With over a decade of expertise in the craftsmanship field, AT-Machining is devoted to engineering top-quality Copper CNC machined components that help move your business forward. Let us take you on an impactful journey where enhanced returns and success will be yours!
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AT-Machining is the ultimate solution for reliable and precise Copper components.
Our ISO9001-certified machine shop offers unbeatable accuracy on custom designs – from speedy prototyping to large-scale end-use parts production. You can expect fast turnaround times in a dependable environment!
We have an experienced team of professionals that specialize in CNC services, like milling, turning, and lathe work; plus we’ll provide pricing tailor-made to your product’s development stages so you get maximum value with minimal timeframes.
And whenever you need it our knowledgeable staff is here providing personalized support and guiding your projects every step of the way!
3 Axis, 4 Axis and 5 Axis CNC Machining Service for simple and complex geometries parts.
CNC turning with live tools combines lathe and milling capabilities to machine parts with cylindrical features.
Copper is a soft, malleable, and ductile metal with a reddish-orange color. Copper has been used by humans for thousands of years due to its excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, its corrosion resistance, and its ability to be easily shaped and alloyed with other metals.
Copper is also a valuable industrial metal and is often used as a benchmark for the performance of the global economy due to its importance in the manufacturing and construction industries.
Copper has excellent properties for machining, such as:
The most common Copper AT-Machining used for CNC milling or CNC turning are C110 and C101.
When it comes to completing a successful project, selecting the proper Copper can be absolutely essential. Investing time into researching each type’s specialized benefits is always wise – that way you’ll know which one will perform best for your specific needs!
|Hardness Rockwell 30T||Tensile Strength, Ultimate||Tensile Strength, Yield||Elongation at Break||Tensile Modulus|
|Copper C101||55-80 HRB||280-350 MPa (40-51 ksi)||80-220 MPa (12-32 ksi)||40-65%||110-130 GPa (16-19 x 10^6 psi)|
|Copper C110||45-70 HRB||360-450 MPa (52-65 ksi)||110-300 MPa (16-44 ksi)||5-40%||110-130 GPa (16-19 x 10^6 psi)|
Select appropriate tools: Choosing the right cutting tools for copper is essential to minimize tool wear and achieve precise shapes and tolerances. Harder and more wear-resistant tools, such as carbide or diamond, are recommended.
Adjust feeds and speeds: Copper’s high thermal conductivity means that heat can quickly build up during machining, leading to tool wear and workpiece deformation. To avoid these issues, optimize the cutting parameters, such as feeds and speeds, to maintain a steady chip load and reduce the amount of heat generated during the process.
Use proper coolant: Choosing the right coolant is crucial for effective heat dissipation and lubrication during copper machining. Consider using water-soluble coolants with high thermal conductivity and good lubrication properties to minimize heat buildup and prolong tool life.
Manage workpiece surface: Due to copper’s softness, it is prone to burrs and surface imperfections during machining. Therefore, it is important to use appropriate tool geometry and cutting strategies to minimize these effects. Additionally, using post-processing techniques, such as deburring or polishing, can help achieve a smooth surface finish.
Copper is a highly versatile metal that is widely used in a variety of industries due to its excellent electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance, and malleability. One of the most common methods for processing copper into complex shapes and precise dimensions is through CNC machining.
AT-Machining can provide the perfect finishing touch to your CNC machined Copper parts with a range of powder coating, bead blasting, and plating options. Each finish offers its own advantages – so make sure you select the one that meets all your requirements!
|As machined||The machined aluminum parts are left with visible tool marks and potentially sharp edges and burrs, which can be removed upon request.|
|Bead Blasted||Give the machined parts a smooth and uniform matte surface finish, thereby removing tool marks.|
|Polishing||Creating a smooth and shiny surface by manually polishing in multiple directions or by applying a chemical polish treatment.|
|Powder Coat||Powder coating involves applying a dry powder to the surface of the copper part and then baking it to create a durable finish. This can be a good option for copper parts that will be exposed to harsh environments.|
|Plating||Copper parts can be plated with other metals, such as nickel or chrome, to improve their appearance or to add additional functionality, such as improved wear resistance.|
Our team provides top-notch manufacturing services, catering to customers in a variety of different industries. We excel at taking on projects that range from complex medical devices and aerospace tech to smaller-scale hardware startups or marine robotics – no job is too big or small!
The advantages of copper CNC machining include high precision, tight tolerances, complex geometries, and consistent quality. It is also a cost-effective method for producing large quantities of copper parts.
The cost of copper CNC machining depends on various factors, such as the complexity of the part, the quantity, and the required tolerances. Generally, copper machining is more expensive than machining other metals due to its high thermal conductivity and softness.
To ensure the quality of your copper CNC machined parts, it is essential to choose a reliable and experienced CNC machining service provider. You can also specify your required tolerances and conduct thorough inspections before accepting the final parts.
AT-Machining is a leading CNC machining service provider based in China, with extensive experience in copper CNC machining. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment and technology, coupled with the expertise of our highly skilled machinists to produce high-quality copper machined parts that meet our customers' exact specifications. In addition to copper CNC machining, we offer a range of finishing services such as nitriding, plating, anodizing, and more. We can also provide various grades of metal, plastic, ceramic materials for machining. Our commitment to quality, on-time delivery, and excellent customer service has made us a trusted partner for customers in a wide range of industries