FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
To address as many questions as possible on our site, here are some of our most Frequently Asked Questions..
We believe that a “shop rate” is a very poor indicator of what your unit price will be. At best, a shop rate is an attempt to bundle all associated costs into a average hourly rate. Even if you compare unit prices from two shops with the same shop rate, you will most likely get disparate prices from them due to differences in efficiency, machine technology, etc.
For that reason we have taken the approach of systematically breaking down our true cost for each resource and applying those costs, as applicable, to each project that we quote. We quote our projects with a high degree of confidence that we are giving our customers an accurate “best” price.
We work with both large and small clients. Some of the larger clients we work with are: BAE Systems, Raytheon, ITT/Exelis, Ametek, US DOD, Praxair, Ultra Electronics, Eaton, Graco, and Franklin Electric.
Yes, we have recently added onto our manufacturing facility (added on in 2012) and have about 20,000 square feet to grow into by adding new machines and capabilities.
We have a total of 57,000 square feet in our complex. 51,000 square feet of this is dedicated to manufacturing floor space.
Depending on the part complexity and capacity of our company typical lead times range from 4-8 weeks after receipt of order.
Yes, we offer both fixture design and manufacturing.
As of 2017 we have been in business for 22 years
Yes, we can use NADCAP accredited vendors if that is this required for each project.
CNC Industries can offer many different services with our partners. We can offer many types of plating, painting, many different types of testing (pressure test, FPI, MPI), and advanced gun drilling capabilities as well as fabrication work.
We are most experienced at machining aluminum alloys, steel and stainless steels, copper, brass and plastics. We do have some experience in nickel based alloys such as titanium and inconel.
Turning capabilities of up to 14” in diameter.
Currently we can handle machined parts up to 60″ x 26″ x 25″. We have plans to expand into larger machining capacity in future.
CNC Industries is a small, woman owned company.
Our milling centers offer 3, 4 and 5th axis machining capabilities. We are very good at machining very complicated and tight tolerance parts. We have both Swiss style lathes as well as multi-axis twin spindle lathes with live tooling.
CNC Industries is actively involved in machining parts for the following markets: Aerospace, Defense, Industrial, Medical, Specialty Automotive
CNC Industries is registered with the D.D.T.C. and is an ITAR certified company.
Yes, we are AS9100 Rev C / ISO 9001:2008 quality certified
We offer high speed precision turning, milling, and assembly of component parts.
CNC Industries is a hybrid contract manufacturing house / job shop. We do a lot of work on a contractual basis, but we also do a lot of jobs based on spot purchase orders.
We believe our infrastructure is what sets us apart. Typically shops our size have a very loose organization and infrastructure. We have a very tightly managed infrastructure which is aided by an advanced ERP system. Mistakes and oversights are very uncommon at or company.
We have an proven track record of supplying quality parts on-time and at very competitive prices. We fully understand the price pressure put on all of us. We work diligently toward trimming costs everywhere possible on a daily basis. We also understand that our customers need 100% reliable performance from their suppliers. All things considered, we think you will find that CNC Industries offers some of the best value and dependability in the business.