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What We Do Best

We Provide Complete, Reliable, And Confidential CNC Machining Services

We Are Good At What We Do

CNC Machining and Fabrication

GTA Machining Solutions is located in Mississauga, near Toronto, Canada, based CNC Precision Machine shop serving customers locally and worldwide with top quality components, and Assemblies. GTA CNC Machine Shop is ISO 9001:2015 Certified and in-process of acquiring AS9100 certification, GTA delivers quality components at fair pricing, Secret to GTA quality work is providing proper training and support to our team members, utilizing high end tooling, testing new technologies and proven procedures for CNC Machining, Fixturing and Programming. Our passion is CNC Machining and support our customers to be more successful with their projects and meet their deadlines. GTA CNC Machines are able to handle high accuracy and repeatability.
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30+

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of experience in machining

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SECRETS OF SUCCESS OF OUR PROJECTS

GTA Machining Solutions is a custom CNC machine shop located in Mississauga near Toronto Pearson Airport, Ontario. 30+ years of experience in CNC and conventional precision machining and fabricating.

WE OFFER SERVICES

Industries we serve, but not limited to

Automotive

Commercial Equipment

Food Industry

Medical

Heavy Duty Equipment

Mining & Well Drilling

Blow & Injection Moulding

Consumer Products

Tool & Die

GTA Machining Information

Precision CNC Machine Shop, Mississauga, Toronto Offers:

  • GTA CNC Machine Shop offers precision CNC machining at Competitive pricing
  • 2D and 3D parts
  • Prototypes, Small to large volume  production runs
  • Assemblies
  • GTA deals with only approved top quality metal suppliers with proper certification
  • First article inspection, In-process inspection and final inspection reports without any extra cost.
  • Surface finishing services – Sand Blasting, Vibratory finishing, Mirror finishing Aluminum, Brass, Stainless steels
  • 3D printing to test assemblies or prototypes
  • Break downs, rush projects, and inventory mistakes happen, GTA handles rush orders
  • Prototype designing and supporting customers with their new projects
  • CNC Machining Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, Stainless steels, Tool steels, Titanium’s and all types of plastic (Acetal/ Delrin, Nylon, PVC, UHMW, Vespel)
  • Certificates for materials, special processes (Ultrasonic, NDT, Heat treatment etc.)  provided without any extra cost
  • Precision CNC Machining at shorter lead times
  • Deburring, polishing, sandblasting and mirror Finishing CNC Parts in house
  • Dedicated team of CNC machinist’s, CNC programmers and Quality control inspector

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    We Aren’t Afraid Of Trying New Technologies

    Get Quality Parts At Competitive Prices

    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

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    Quality Control Roles in Manufacturing

    It happens more often than you think. The last of the orders are produced and ready to deliver and just as things are almost out the door, a manufacturing defect surfaces. There goes the entire allotted time for the project and all of your energy and costs of production with it. Now comes the difficult part – letting the customer know.

    Quality control at every step of the process is a vital part of manufacturing. Not just to avoid an embarrassing conversation with the customer, but to ensuring accountability and your business’s integrity. Ensuring you have the right tools and roles in place is integral to maintaining accountable quality. At the end of the day, who do you hold responsible for a job well done, or one that’s been very poorly conducted? The truth to the matter is that quality control is as much an individual responsibility as it is a group effort. It is important to have check points and key figures in place to conduct the checks, but it also important to ensure that controls are happening within different levels of the manufacturing process. A well-oiled system with open lines of communication are essential to high-end production.

    A Team of Engineers

    Your engineers are the brains behind the products. They have the right training and knowledge to review production for faults and make corrections as necessary. They are also good sources for accountability because usually, product design happens with your engineers. If things aren’t quite looking as they should, these are the people to turn to for answers. For these reasons, keeping your engineers in close proximity can save you time and costs in the long run. They may seem like quite an investment into your business, but having a reputed team of engineers can be vital to your company’s growth and reputation.

    Once you have the right team, create a process for your team that requires check-in-balances and reviews of products not just individually, but also with each other. Having at least two sets of eyes is almost always better than having one. Since they are the folks who will also have a solution to the problem, give them a chance to get creative and have the ideas flowing. Even a good product can be made better

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