CNC Machine Shop Offers Precision CNC Machining Services
Precision CNC Machine Shop
CNC machine shop Toronto offers a wide range of custom machining services, including precision turning and 5-axis milling machining services.
Our company is one of the leading CNC facilities in Toronto, Canada with more than 30 years of experience. Moreover, GTA Machining Solution is ISO 9001:2015 certified, and GTA quality maintains precise tolerances when it comes to delivering custom parts across the globe. We provide competitively priced precision CNC machining services in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and we ship worldwide.
5-Axis CNC Milling
CNC milling machines with three, four, and five axes, as well as multi-axis CNC turning machines are among our equipment list. CNC machines are used to manufacture all types of parts. We don’t offer manual machining services.
The CNC machining process is a work of art, combining CAD/CAM software, a CNC machine control system, Engineering and metal cutting technologies. The ability to machine precision parts in a timely manner requires years of practice and high end CAD/CAM software’s to code the CNC machines. Find out more
Rapid CNC Machining Service
In order to respond to urgent orders, we are also able to provide our clients with rapid CNC machined parts. Our CNC machine shop is an in-house machine shop that uses all of its machining capabilities in-house, ensuring a successful outcome each and every time.
GTA Machining Solutions offers CNC machining of the materials and the forgings or castings that the customer supplies. The company provides a number of services, including deburring, sandblasting, and mirror finishing on aluminum, brass, and stainless steel.
Additionally, we have the capability of producing stress-relieved CNC precision parts in-house to meet customer specifications. This peel region machine shop offers shorter lead times, and start to finish manufacturing solutions, Contact us today
Precision CNC Machining
Our machine capabilities include prototyping, small-batch production, as well as large-scale production orders. As a CNC machine shop, we work with a variety of materials, including aluminum, brass, steel, stainless steel, plastics, titanium, and more. Manufacturing CNC machined parts on turning and milling is our specialty.
GTA Machining Solutions is an ISO 9001:2015 Certified company. Only deals with reliable and ISO certified suppliers. In addition to company certificates of compliance for each project.
Quality Parts supplied by GTA machining solutions come with FAI, CMM reports, in-process inspection, material certificates, and certificates for finishing services. GTA also provides Rohs3 materials with certificates at no additional charge, Please mention Rohs3 material in quote request. Find out more
Raw Materials for Machining
Choosing the right materials is the key to a successful project. Materials have a profound influence on a product’s performance, appearance, and cost. CNC machines are capable of cutting a wide range of materials at very high speeds and feeds without sacrificing any quality due to the advancement of cutting tools.
Materials with high machinability can be machined at higher speeds and feeds, CNC machine shops prefer materials with high machinability because they are easier to machine, require less tooling, and takes less time to finish.
There are a large number of machine shops unwilling to take on projects with low-machinability materials. GTA CNC machine Shop, Toronto, with its 30+ years of experience is capable of handling the majority of CNC machining projects. It is easier to find multiple CNC machine shops that work with high-machinability materials to make custom CNC parts.
Having a CNC project with high machinability material gives the ability to follow close tolerances with ease. The CNC Machining cost varies according to the machinability, for example, a low material removal rate will lead to higher CNC Machining costs because excess time is required to create the custom precision part. Need a machining quote?
Tensile strength is a material’s ability to resist tension caused by mechanical force. Tensile strength indicates a material’s ability to resist loads and stresses until it breaks.
In order to measure tensile strength, specimens are held on opposite ends and pulled with a monitoring force until they fail. The higher the tensile strength, the stronger the part. It is necessary to thread the ends or shoulders of the specimen used for testing so that it can be held whilst being tested. With similar specimens it is possible to determine yield strength.
Yield strength is the maximum force that can be applied before visible signs of plastic deformation appear. In general, stronger material will have a lower CNC machineability, thus costing more to produce custom parts.
Metals’ weldability is measured by how easily they can be welded. Composition and grain size determine the weldability of a metal. A weld is formed by melting the ends of two pieces of metal and inserting a filler material.
An electric arc is used to weld two metal pieces together. During the melting process, an electric current drives the arc, which heats up the metal to a point where it melts. A welded joint can be stronger than either piece of metal alone when the molten metal cools and solidifies. Due to the high temperatures involved, the process can be challenging and dangerous.
It is necessary for a material to possess certain properties in order to weld. Its melting point, its resistance to high temperatures, and its ability to be joined with other materials are just a few of these characteristics. Before choosing metal for your project confirm the weldability. Low carbon steels are easier to weld, Medium carbon steels need preheat to avoid the weld cracking. Some of the machine shops do not weld Aluminum or Titanium alloys. Contact us for Titanium fabrication services
Ensure that the metal you are using for your project is the appropriate weight before moving forward. There is a significant weight difference between steel and aluminum. when high strength is needed than steel is the most suitable choice, but for light weight parts and high corrosion resistance, Anodized aluminum material may be better choice. Aluminum anodizing can be done easily to achieve the desired color for appearance or rust prevention.
CNC Machining Material
Nowadays, most machine shops can machine most metals thanks to advanced tools and coatings, but still some shops stay away from titanium and Inconel alloys. Titanium and Inconel are common materials at GTA Machining Solutions. Materials commonly found in machine shops are listed below
6061 – T6
- Improved corrosion resistance over 7075
- General purpose aluminum with Medium strength
- Good formability, weldability, Very easy to CNC machine
- Contains magnesium and silicon
- Electronic hardware, prototypes, camera lens mounts, couplings, marines fittings and hardware
- Higher strength over Aluminum 6061
- Good fatigue strength
- Gears and shafts, fuse parts, meter shafts and gears, missile parts, regulating valve parts, worm gears, keys, and defense applications; bike frames
- Good corrosion resistance
- Resistant to most chemicals
- Plate stock
- Electronic hardware and contacts, fittings, commercial products, consumer products, Brass components CNC machining is a quick and easy process
360 Free cutting Brass
Excellent machinability and formability, 360 grade is the most common type of brass, this alloy is mostly comes in round bars, and used for fasteners, valves, fittings and decoration parts
Naval brass is the classic marine, high-strength and corrosion-resistant alloy containing 60 percent copper, . 75 percent tin and 39.2 percent zinc. It is widely used in marine construction where strong, corrosive-resistant and hard material is required and is suitable for both salt and fresh water applications.
- Oxygen-free electrical copper
- High electrical conductivity
- Good corrosion resistance in most environments
- Weak against acids, halogens sulphides and ammonia solutions
- Electrical contacts, general engineering, automotive, domestic appliances
ACETAL or Delrin
Grade 316 is the standard molybdenum-bearing grade, second in importance to 304 amongst the austenitic stainless steels. The molybdenum gives 316 better overall corrosion resistant properties than Grade 304, particularly higher resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride environments. It has excellent forming and welding characteristics. It is readily brake or roll formed into a variety of parts for applications in the industrial, architectural, and transportation fields. Grade 316 also has outstanding welding characteristics. Post-weld annealing is not required when welding thin sections.
17-4 Precipitation Hardening is a chromium-copper precipitation hardening stainless steel used for applications requiring high strength and a moderate level of corrosion resistance. High strength is maintained to approximately 600 degrees Fahrenheit (316 degrees Celsius).
Medical, applications needing corrosion resistance and hardness
Ti 6AI-4V/ Grade 5
Known as the “workhorse” of the titanium alloys, Ti 6Al-4V, or grade 5 Titanium, is the most commonly used of all titanium alloys. It accounts for 50 percent of total titanium usage the world over.
Its usability lies in its many benefits. Ti 6Al-4V may be heat treated to increase its strength. It can be used in welded construction at service temperatures of up to 600° F. This alloy offers its high strength at a light weight, useful formability and high corrosion resistance.
Ti 6AI-4V’s usability makes it the best alloy for use in several industries, medical, marine and chemical processing industries
GTA also machines grade 1 and grade 2 titanium, CNC machining works well on Titanium alloys .
Invar is a 36% nickel iron alloy which has the lowest thermal expansion among all metals and alloys in the range from room temperature up to approximately 230°C. The invar alloy is ductile and easily weldable, and machinability is similar to austenitic stainless steel. It does not suffer from stress corrosion cracking.
Invar is used where high dimensional stability is required, such as precision instruments, clocks, seismic creep gauges, valves in engines, antimagnetic watches, and large aerostructure molds.
Licensed CNC machine shop with ISO 9001:2015 certification
Our company has over 30 years of experience in machining. In various fields, we serve customers with simple projects and complex parts. Assisting you with design, selecting materials, and finishing is what we do best. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or to discuss a project. Contact us