This product showcases a CNC machining Glock slide. Our CNC machines can be used for processes such as gun part manufacturing, high-speed focusing, precision cutting, on-site machining, milling, and drilling. If you are looking for gun parts OEM manufacturer in China, then contact us to get free samples. Our factory does not manufacture entire firearms, but we can produce certain parts for your pistol in small batches. The metal materials we can use for CNC processing mainly include aluminum alloy, copper alloy, steel alloy, stainless steel, titanium alloy, etc. If you need special materials, we can also try our best to meet your needs. XI’AN HI-PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD was established in 2016. Our company has always focused on metal CNC machining and has accumulated a lot of experience in appearance processing technology. We have multiple CNC machining centers, hardware stamping equipment, etc., especially in the manufacturing of weapons and equipment, we have many unique inventions and applied for patents. From product appearance to mold design and surface treatment, we can provide a complete set of solutions.
CNC machining produces a range of parts, including those made from metals, plastics and other materials. The process can also produce parts with complex geometries and high precision, making it a popular choice for applications in many industries, including military firearms, electronic components, aerospace, automotive manufacturing, medical devices, and more. CNC machining offers several advantages over traditional machining methods, including greater accuracy, consistency and speed, as well as the ability to produce complex geometries and intricate details. It also allows the use of advanced cutting tools and techniques, such as multi-axis machining and high-speed machining, which can further improve the efficiency and quality of the process. CNC machining operations require careful consideration from initial design to final manufacturing. The entire process is divided into three distinct steps:
1. Engineers and designers use CAD/CAM software packages to help them create overall designs of parts and products and then analyze their manufacturability;
2. Preprocessing and programming. The primary method of communicating with a CNC machine is through G-code or M-code. CAM packages generate these codes, which are navigation maps for the cutting tools in the CNC machine. If the design meets the standards, the CNC machinist will not have to intervene in the operation or preprocessing. If not, some intervention may be required to ensure excellent performance.
3. Machining. The final stage is the machining process, which removes excess material from the block using the code provided in the previous step.