Conventional Complement

    CNC Machining is a subtractive manufacturing method that uses cutting tools to remove material from a block of raw material or a pre-existing part. Our capacity allows us to create CNC machined parts with unrivaled speed, and our experience engineers ensure the highest standards with cutting edge software and equipment.

    Dependable Capacity

    We operate more than 20 state-of-the-art machining centers with a wide variety of CNC equipment such as single axis lathes – ideal for executing round parts such as nozzles, engine components and thread shafts – as well as cutting edge 5-axis machines, which substantially reduces turnaround time by eliminating intermediate setups and enabling undercuts and off-axis features.

    Complementary Technology

    We also utilize CNC Machining as a valuable secondary operation for our 3D printed parts that require boring, drilling, face milling or other precision machining for enhancing features.  We are dedicated to providing the fastest CNC machining in the industry, with projects programmed and started the same day as order.


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    Materials for Every Application

    With CNC Machining, you’re not limited by material types. We can machine virtually any material including plastics, metals, alloys, and foam or tooling board.  Meet your most demanding and precise applications with CNC materials.

    Precise Finishing

    We offer a variety of expertly applied finishing options to improve the mechanical and aesthetic properties of your CNC machine component, including painting, anodizing, EMI and RFI shielding and hand polishing.


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    From the People Who Pioneered 3D Printing

    Making a quality 3D printed part takes more than just a machine. It takes a responsive team behind the technology, running tests and working tirelessly to validate materials and processes. At Stratasys Direct, our services are backed by more than the largest fleet of machines in North America; we have nearly thirty years in the industry and a team of engineers ready to assist with every step of your project.

    Experience in Your Corner

    Years of experience with CNC Machining has made us one of the most responsive and fastest CNC machine operators in the business. Whatever your project need, we won’t rest until your requirements are met.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How large a part can your CNC machines accommodate?

    We offer cutting edge CNC machining with single cut envelopes up to 84”, 40”, 36”. but that’s not a limit on the size of your project. One advantage of partnering with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is that we have expertise in breaking up complex designs into multiple components, which we can later assemble.

    What are your standard tolerances for CNC machined parts?

    Standard tolerances for CNC machined parts are +/- 0.005” or 0.001”/”, whichever is greater. In some circumstances, tighter tolerances can be achieved depending on part design.

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    Fabricate highly accurate, large production parts with CNC machining.

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    Add value to the production floor with highly accurate machined manufacturing aids.

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