Precision cutting is crucial when producing quality designs. If you are looking for reliable laser cutting, IMH Products offers unparalleled CNC machining services. A leading provider of CNC solutions, we partner with Mazak, as well as Citizen, Haas Laser Technologies, Inc., and Okuma, to meet all of our partners’ CNC machining needs.
IMH uses Mastercam CAD/CAM software for offline programming, reducing programming time while optimizing tool paths and cutting parameters. We offer flexible production, machining anything from one-piece prototypes to full production quantities. We often utilize our laser cutting equipment to blank parts to near final size, allowing for less material removal and reduced machining time and costs.
Need an agile CNC machining partner that can align with your specifications and quickly deliver results? Start a conversation with IMH today.
One of our many machines is the Mazak VTC-300C, a vertical machining center capable of high-speed traverse up to 36 meters per minute. With an oversized table cross dimension of 2000 millimeters, the Mazak VTC-300C accommodates large-scale production.
What is CNC machining? CNC is an acronym for computer numerical control. This manufacturing process relies on pre-programmed computer software to control precise cutting tools and complete intricate designs. CNC machines leverage computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD) software to optimize and coordinate manufacturing processes.
The CAD model and CAM software work together to create a code that coordinates manufacturing processes. CNC machining services are used in a variety of ways, including 3D printing and laser cutting.
CNC machining allows our partners to increase production quality while preserving high profit margins. At IMH, CNC machinists are trained to leverage laser cutting to blank parts to near-final size. This practice both encourages less material removal and keeps our partners’ profits high by reducing machining time and costs.
CNC machines work with a variety of materials, including expensive and exotic metals. Once tool paths are created and machines are programmed, CNC machines can run a part as many times as needed. IMH houses numerous high-precision machines, which makes production incredibly scalable. Ready to increase production quality and reduce machining costs? Start a conversation with IMH today.