Precision CNC Turning Services

United Machine is equipped with a fully outfitted CNC turning department that produces high-quality precision parts built to your exact specifications. Our cutting-edge metal shop is streamlined to combine turning and milling operations on the same machine for unbeatable manufacturing consistency, efficiency and turnaround times.

We provide precision CNC turning systems that excel in quality, performance and lead times. We handle threading, drilling, profiling, boring and a multitude of other advanced CNC machining services while holding tight tolerances down to .0001” and adhering to your custom CAD specs.

Mori Seiki (1996)
  • 2 Spindle Turning Work
  • Model: AL 22S Lathe
  • RPM: 6000
  • Horsepower: 15
Mori Seiki (1998)
  • Turning Work
  • Model: SL 200 Lathe
  • RPM: 4000
  • Horsepower: 25
Daewoo (2006)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – 3.01″ diameter bar capacity
  • Model: Puma 2500LSY
  • RPM: 6000
  • Horsepower: 25
Citizen (2007)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – .780 diameter bar capacity
  • Model: A20 Swiss Turn Machine
  • RPM: 8000
  • Horsepower: 10
Citizen (2008)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – .780 diameter bar capacity
  • Model: A20 Swiss Turn Machine
  • RPM: 8000
  • Horsepower: 10
Citizen (2009)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – 1.259 diameter bar capacity
  • Model: A32 Swiss Turn Machine
  • RPM: 8000
  • Horsepower: 10
Citizen (2010)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – .780 diameter bar capacity
  • Model: A20 Swiss Turn Machine
  • RPM: 8000
  • Horsepower: 10
Miyano (2013)
  • 7 Axis – Live Milling – 1.625 diameter bar capacity
  • Model: BNA-42MSY
  • RPM: 6000
  • Horsepower: 15
Eurotech (2015)
  • 11 Axis Turning & Milling Center  3.15″ dia bar capacity – Dual turret
  • Model: Trofeo B481SY2
  • RPM: 5000
  • Horsepower: 35
  • B481SY2

CNC Milling vs. CNC Turning – Understanding the Precision Machining Process

Do you want to learn more about the strengths and capabilities of United Machine’s diverse range of precision manufacturing services? Read our helpful article below to explore the differences between the CNC milling and turning processes.

What’s the Difference Between CNC Milling and CNC Turning?

Read through our Equipment List for a look at all of the high-tech CNC turning and machining tools that United Machine brings to the table.

Our Equipment List

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