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Dating back to the 1940s, since its inception, CNC technology has been used to create accurate components for almost every field you can think of. There must be something to it…because to this day, it’s still the go-to choice for a range of applications. Let’s dive into just five industriesas an example:
Prototypes - Accurate 3D modeling is essential when it comes to the production process. Bringing a concept to life, a prototype allows a company to visualize the full potential of theirproduct and determine the best next steps for manufacturing.
Weapons – At On Time Precision Components, we use CNC technology to create the tiny partsneeded for weaponry in the military sector. When lives are on the line, you need to trust thatdefense devices are created to tight tolerances. This time-tested technology is the perfect choice for a range of components in military weaponry.
Construction – When you think of the construction industry, you think of two hands and a goodamount of sweat. The truth is, the precision provided by CNC machining is hard to match byalmost any skilled carpenter. There are certain jobs, especially when it comes to maintaining and adapting existing structures, that a perfect fit is required. Taking the human element out of the equation means an accurate result, every time.
Transportation – From airplanes and trains to fast driving race cars, CNC technology has the power to make things GO in one form or another. There are so many applications for the transportation industry, but we have to say we have a particular passion for performance racing. A tiny part can have a huge impact when it comes to crossing the finish line first.
R&D – Across almost every industry, research and development require a range of prototypes and a whole lot of trial and error. CNC offers the ability to take any idea you can think of, bringit out of your head and turn it into a physical reality that can be tested, adjusted, and perfected.From physics, chemistry, and biotech to wood working and so much more, there’s no shortage of applications for CNC machining within R&D departments.
At OTPC, we work with a wide range of industries and continue to expand our focus as new fields evolve and develop. From conception to finished product, we are dedicated to simplifying the process and providing cost-saving solutions. Let us help you create the precision components needed for your next project. For more information, follow up on LinkedIn or Facebook, or request a quote through our website.