Precision CNC Machining Company
The GTA CNC Machining Solutions is a premier supplier of precision CNC machining services, including CNC milling, CNC turning, fabrication and finishing, GTA machine shop serves clients locally and globally.
The GTA equipment list consists of a variety of 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis CNC milling machines, CNC lathes with automatic bar-feeders, 4-axis milling capabilities on CNC lathes, as well as subspindle machining equipment and finishing equipment.
GTA Machining Solutions is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company. Providing a broad range of industries with quality parts at an affordable price, GTA is committed to manufacturing and servicing a wide range of industries.
The CNC machine shop in Toronto has the ability to manufacture parts from a wide variety of materials, which includes aluminum, brass, copper, plastics, steel, stainless steel, titanium, and many more. In addition, GTA Machining Solutions also offers materials that are in compliance with RoHS 3.
offers Machining services to assist with the production of prototypes, small batches, and large-scale production runs with high accuracy and at competitive prices
of experience in CNC machining
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30+ years of experience with multi-axis CNC machines as well as conventional machines for precision machining and fabrication. Custom Metal Machining is one of our specialties.
The GTA Machining Solutions CNC machine shop is located near the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario. Our company provides customized machining services.
CNC Machining Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, Stainless steels, Tool steels, Titanium’s and all types of plastic (Acetal/ Delrin, Nylon, PVC, UHMW, Vespel)
We Aren’t Afraid Of Trying New Technologies
Computer Numerical Control, more commonly known as CNC machines, CNC Machining is a fascinating modern-day solution to complex problems. In a nutshell, CNCs are the combination of computer programs (written codes), and the old-fashioned machine fabrication. They have been a boon in modern machinery due to the versatility provided by the programs that the machines are run by.
The idea is that the same machine can conduct many different cuts based on the code (program) that it is fed. The machines come with Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software programs and tools that can conduct cutting and shaping tasks.
Computer Aided Design (CAD) models are then provided by the customer for specifications on how to create the final product they are seeking. When the CAD is fed into the CNC’s CAM, it provides instructions on how the different parts of the machine should move and operate to create the product of desire.
While they may not be the solution to every machining problem, CNCs have become quite popular in the trade for obvious reasons. So much so that the market for it has become increasingly competitive with prices considerably lower compared to when they were first developed. Many manufacturers across the globe have taken on to designing CNC machines.
However, just as with any technology and machining solution, you often get what you pay for. A cheaper deal isn’t always the best one when choosing your machining partner. However, knowing the process and associate costs of building a CNC machine can put you in a better place for negotiation. Below are the phases often associated with CNC machining …