CNC Machined Components

CNC Machined Components

CNC machined components are precision parts that are manufactured using CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining processes. CNC machining is a manufacturing method where computer-controlled machines, such as mills, lathes, or routers, are programmed to precisely remove material from a workpiece to create the desired shape and dimensions.

The CNC machining process begins with a digital design or blueprint of the component. This design is translated into instructions by specialized software, which is then sent to the CNC machine. The machine uses these instructions to control the movement of the cutting tools and workpiece, allowing for highly precise and repeatable operations.

CNC machined components are commonly used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, and many others. These components can be made from a wide range of materials, such as metals (e.g., aluminum, steel, titanium), plastics, and even composites. The versatility of CNC machining enables the production of complex geometries, intricate features, and tight tolerances that may be challenging or impossible to achieve with other manufacturing methods.

Omsteel Co. ability to provide CNC machined components that uphold the highest levels of quality, accuracy, and dependability is something we are proud of at Omsteel Co. Whether you require conventional parts or specialized solutions, our skilled staff is committed to collaborating closely with you to suit your specific needs. Omsteel Co. is the company you turn to for all of your CNC machining requirements, and you’ll notice the difference in the remarkable components that raise your industry standards.

Types of CNC Machined Components

1. Shafts and Axles:

CNC-machined shafts and axles are used to convey torque and rotational motion in automotive, industrial machinery, and aerospace applications.

2. Fasteners:

In many different industries, connecting and attaching parts together requires the use of CNC-machined fasteners like screws, bolts, nuts, and washers.

3. Connectors and Couplings:

For the effective transmission of fluids or gases, CNC-machined connectors and couplings offer a solid and dependable connection between pipes, tubes, or mechanical systems.

4. Valve Components:

CNC-machined valve parts, such as valve bodies, stems, discs, and seats, regulate the flow of fluids in sectors like petrochemical, water treatment, and oil and gas.

5. Pump Components:

Pump systems used in sectors including chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, and wastewater treatment depend on CNC machined pump components like impellers, casings, shafts, and housings.

6. Electrical Components:

To maintain dependable connections and safeguard delicate electronics, electrical systems and equipment employ CNC-machined electrical components such terminal blocks, connectors, and enclosures.

7. Automobile Parts:

Engine parts, gearbox parts, suspension parts, braking system parts, and more are among the CNC-machined parts used in the automobile sector.

8. Aerospace Component:

Components for the aerospace industry that are CNC machined include structural elements, landing gear, aircraft engine parts, and other essential aerospace applications.

9. Customised Components:

CNC machining enables the creation of customised components with distinct shapes, sizes, and functionalities that are suited to specific customer requirements.

Key Features of CNC Machined Components

1. Accuracy:

CNC machining is renowned for its extraordinary accuracy. Because of the exceptionally tight tolerances used during manufacturing, the components have constant and exact measurements. With such accuracy, the components may be assembled and integrated with ease, producing the best possible functionality and performance.

2. Consistency and Repeatability:

Since CNC machining operations are computer-controlled, accurate results are guaranteed. The high level of accuracy and quality that each component made with CNC machining will have eliminates variations and ensures uniformity in large manufacturing.

3. Complex Geometries:

CNC machining may create components with complex geometries that are detailed. The process is computer-controlled, making it feasible to machine intricate shapes, curves, and patterns that would be difficult or impossible to do using more conventional machining techniques. This attribute creates fresh opportunities for creative and effective component designs.

4. Wide Range of Materials:

CNC machining may be used to deal with a wide range of materials, including composites, metals (such as titanium, steel, brass, and aluminium), and polymers. The creation of components suited for many applications and industries is made possible by this adaptability.

5. Superior Surface Finish:

CNC-machined parts frequently have superb surface finishes. Smooth and beautifully polished surfaces are produced by the process’s use of cutting instruments and careful management of the cutting parameters. This characteristic is crucial in applications where reduced friction or aesthetics are needed.

6. Material Efficient Manufacturing:

CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing method, which means that extra material is eliminated to produce the final component. As a result, waste is reduced, expenses are decreased, and raw materials can be used more effectively. The capacity to refine designs and produce intricate shapes also helps to increase material efficiency.

7. Scalability:

Due to its great degree of scalability, CNC machining is appropriate for both small- and large-scale manufacturing. Whether for prototype, low-volume production, or high-volume mass production, the process’ automation makes for effective production runs.

8. Customizing:

CNC machining provides a lot of customizing freedom. The method’ computer programming component enables quick and simple design specification changes, enabling the creation of components with unique features catered to particular needs.

Specification of CNC Machined Components

Specification Value
Material Aluminum Alloy (e.g., 6061-T6)
Dimensions 50 mm x 50 mm x 20 mm
Tolerance ±0.05 mm
Surface Finish Ra 0.8 µm
Complexity High precision and intricate features
Production Volume 1000 units
Lead Time 2 weeks
Features Threaded holes, milled slots, chamfers, etc.
Secondary Operations Anodizing, heat treatment, assembly, etc.
Certification/Standards ISO 9001:2015, RoHS, REACH, etc.

Industrial Applications of CNC Machined Components.

Our CNC Machined components are used in various extensive applications across a wide range of industries:

  • Oil and Gas industry
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Chemical and Petrochemical industry
  • Power Generation
  • Mining and Minerals
  • Food and Beverage industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Electronics and Electrical sector

Countries they supply our CNC Machined Components to

Omsteel Co. supply and distribute CNC Machined Components to countries like :
The United States
Middle East

and more


CNC machined components are parts or products manufactured using computer numerical control (CNC) machines. These machines use pre-programmed instructions to precisely control the movement of tools and materials, resulting in highly accurate and complex machined parts.

CNC machined components can be made from a wide range of materials, including metals like aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, titanium, and copper. Additionally, engineering plastics such as ABS, PVC, PEEK, nylon, and acrylic can also be used depending on the application requirements.

Selecting the appropriate CNC machined components involves considering factors such as the desired material properties, dimensional accuracy, surface finish requirements, strength, weight, and cost. Collaborating with experienced CNC machining professionals or manufacturers can help in determining the best choices for your specific application.

Yes, CNC machined components can be customized according to specific application needs. Manufacturers can modify various aspects such as dimensions, tolerances, surface finishes, and even add special features or engravings to meet the desired requirements.

We provide machining service for small precision components, like rod, shaft, screw, bearing, pin, etc.

  • We are equipped with AMADA a japanese fiber laser cutting machine, with a cutting capacity of [Mild steel : 1 - 19mm, Stainless steel : 1 - 15 mm, Aluminium : 1 - 12 mm, Brass : 1 - 8 mm, Titanium : 1 - 5mm, Copper : 1 - 6 mm]. It undertakes complex laser cutting & laser engraving jobs. We are also known for high-speed output at cost-effective prices.
  • We have a YAWEI CNC bending machine, with a capacity of 3100 mm max. bend length, 220-ton force, 1 - 10 mm material thickness & the ability to fold up to a length of 3 meters with accuracy right from the first to last bend.
  • We also have pipe bending with a capacity of 1/2 inch to 6 inch OD/NB(1 mm - 6 mm thickness ) & pipe rolling with the capacity of 38 mm to 508 mm OD & thickness up to 16 mm.
  • We supply machine components, fabrication work, cutting, bending & raw material to the companies.
  • All materials are as per EUROPEAN & INDIAN standards as well.


GR.70, SS316, S304

EN8, Duplex4A

SS316, Duplex 4A

SS316, Duplex4A , Duplex5A, SS410, K500

17-4PH, XM19, IN718, SS431

SS431, 17-4 PH, Duplex4A, Duplex5A, XM19 Monel K500, K400, SS316

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