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Precision Machining



Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is a technology that uses computer-controlled machines to create parts and products from various materials. CNC stands for computer numerical control, which means that the machines follow a set of instructions or code that tells them how to move and cut the material. CNC machining can produce parts and products with high accuracy, speed, flexibility, and quality, making it a superior method to traditional machining methods. In this article, we will explain how CNC machining works, what are its advantages, and how Trinity Industries can help you with your CNC machining needs.

Precision Machining Process

1. Jigs & Fixture development
4. Heat Treatment
7. Drilling
10. Inspection
2. Raw Material Selection
5. CNC Turning
8. Threading
11. Marking
3. Bar Cutting
6. CNC Milling
9. Deburring
12. Shipment

Machining Capability & Facility

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