CNC Turning Service

Precision in Every Revolution:
Our CNC Turning Service Sets the Standard.

  • Over 65 universal and complete Materials
  • ±0.005mm strict Tolerance
  • Lead times from 7 to 10 days
  • Custom styles and finishes

What is CNC Turning ?

 CNC turning CNC turning is the method of removing materials from a rotating workpiece through the linear path of tools in the CNC lathe. From a basic view, the primary components that are involved in this process are the spindle rotating that is where your work piece is held as well as the cutting device that is placed on an turntable.

Our CNC turning center, Anebon has long-term accumulated expertise and the ability to create intricate and high-precision dimension components using CNC lathes providing top-quality plastic, metal and even wood CNCs for rapid prototyping and small batches of production Turned components.

Why choose Anebon’s CNC turned service?

Precision that other manufacturers struggle to achieve

High productivity and high cost-effective

Extensive and practical surface treatment and material heat treatment

Complete grades and high-quality raw materials for production

ISO 9001 Certification
Our Maximum Capabilities For CNC Turning
Part size limitations Metric units lmperial units
Maximum Part Size 180×450 mm 7.1×17.7 in.
Minimum Part Size 2×2 mm 0.079×0.079 in.
Minimum Feature Size Φ 0.40 mm Φ 0.016 in.

CNC Turning General Tolerances

 With our precise CNC machining capabilities, Anebon stands as your perfect collaborator in the production of accurate prototypes and parts. Our CNC machining adheres to ISO 2768-f standards for metals and ISO 2768-m standards for plastics, guaranteeing accuracy and quality. Moreover, we are fully capable of meeting any specific tolerances you may require, provided that you clearly outline your specifications on the drawing.

Type Tolerance
Linear Dimension +/-0.01 mm
+/-0.0004 in.
Hole Diameters +/-0.02 mm
(Not Reamed) +/-0.0008 in.
Shaft Diameters +/-0.02 mm
+/-0.0008 in.

CNC Turning Design Principles

 Anebon's CNC expert machinists have created the perfect specifications for the production of precise parts. The table lists the most effective methods for manufacturing and outlines any technical limitations which must be considered when producing.

Standard CNC Turning
Threads and Tapped Holes Diameter:Φ1.5-5 mm, depth: 3xdiameter
Diameter: Φ 5 mm or more.depth: 46xdiameter
Anebon can produce threads of any specification and size required by our customers.
Text Anebon can use laser marking to create standard text for CNC turned parts.
Anebon can use CNC engraving or laser carving to create standard text based on customers' requirements.
Materials For CNC Turning Parts

Surface Finish Choices For CNC Turned Parts

 Anebon's CNC expert machinists have created the perfect specifications for the production of precise parts. The table lists the most effective methods for manufacturing and outlines any technical limitations which must be considered when producing.

Name Description Materials Color Texture
As-machined Our standard finish for parts is called "as machined" finish. This type of finish has a surface roughness of Ra 3.2 μm (126 μim), and all sharp edges are removed and parts are deburred. You may notice visible tool marks on the surface. Please note that this finish meets the requirements specified for non-cosmetic availability. All materials N/A Stain
Anodizing Anodizing increases corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and hardness while maintaining the surface of the metal. Aluminum Gold, blue, clear, black, red, grey Matte smooth finish
Bead Blasting The surface of the parts or product is left with a matte finish. It is mainly used for aesthetic purposes. Steel, Stainless steel, Aluminum, ABS N/A Matte
Brushing In this surface-treatment technique, rough belts are utilized to leave marks on a material's surface. This is typically done for aesthetic reasons. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper N/A Satin
Electroplating This includes decorative and functional options. Electroplating is another example, as it is a way to manipulate properties using electrical tools. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Glossy, smooth finish
Polishing Polishing is the process of giving an object a shiny, smooth surface by rubbing it or using chemicals. Steel, Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum N/A Glossy
Powder Coating Powder coatings use a free-flowing, dry powder. Electrostatically applied powder coatings are then hardened with heat or UV. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Black, Pantone number, or RAL code Semi-glossy or glossy
Painting Die castings can be painted with various coatings for specific color, texture or protective properties. Paint finishes range from basic painting to more advanced techniques such as electrostatic painting or dipping. Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel Black, any RAL code or Pantone number Semi-glossy or glossy
Chrome Plating Chrome plating is the process of depositing a thin layer of chromium on the surface of die castings by electroplating. This process produces a shiny reflective finish and offers excellent corrosion resistance. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Semi-glossy or glossy
Custom You can choose from different custom finishes depending on your materials and end-use. All materials N/A N/A
Gallery Of Our CNC Turning Lathe Parts

Our company is an ISO9001 certified business. We have worked with customers from a variety of industries, delivering rapid prototypes and high and low volume production orders for clients in many industries, all of that required us to create industrial components as well as turned metal products.

Industries include medical devices, aerospace, automobiles, industrial automation, machinery, ships, etc.

Applications Of CNC Turning


1What is the difference between CNC milling and CNC turning?
CNC milling as well as CNC turning is a distinct processes of machining which differ in the manner they function, the kind of machines employed, as well as the types of parts they can make.

CNC milling is the use of an instrument that rotates and is moved across a workpiece to take material off its surface. Milling processes can create an array of geometries, such as smooth and inclined surfaces as well as grooves, slots and slots.

CNC turning on contrary, spins the workpiece, while the cutting tool stays stationary, forming the material to what you want. It is used primarily to make cylindrical parts. It is ideal for making parts that are symmetrical, such as shafts, pins and bushings.
2What is the difference between rough turning and finish turning?
1. Cutting Depths Rough turning eliminates huge amounts of material rapidly to get an exact shape, with the benefit of a substantial cut depth. Finish turning utilizes smaller cutting depths for an improved finish on the surface and extremely precise dimensions.

2. Speed Rough turning is usually done at higher speeds to eliminate materials quickly, while finishing turning is done at slower speeds to give more smooth surfaces with more precisely cut.

3. Tool Selection: Since rough turning requires a larger cut, it typically employs larger and stronger tool inserts. Finish turning however, on the other however, usually uses smaller and lighter tool inserts for better finish on the surface.

4. Cutting Path Rough turning generally follows a straight cutting path while finishing turning might employ a method called "light cuts" that involves the tool following a slight bent path.
3What are the advantages and disadvantages of CNC lathe processing?
The advantages that the CNC Lathe Processing:
  • Advanced Precision: CNC lathes are able to achieve extraordinary degrees of precision, as well as precision, making them perfect for jobs which require precise tolerances. They are able to create intricate and complex parts with high-quality and consistency.
  • Reliability: CNC lathes can replicate the same piece of work repeatedly without variations. This is vital in the aerospace industry or automotive. components need to meet the strictest quality standards.
  • Flexibility: CNC lathes can be programmed to make a diverse assortment of parts, ranging from basic to extremely complicated geometries. They are able to handle a variety of types of materials, including metals plastics and composites.
  • Effectiveness: CNC lathes operate continuously without needing breaks which reduces downtime and increases productivity. They can be run without supervision even at night, which saves time and costs for labor.
  • Easy Prototyping: CNC lathes can quickly make prototypes and smaller batches of parts, which allow for quick design iterations and testing.

Disadvantages associated with CNC Lathe processing:
  • Maintenance and downtime: CNC machines require regular maintenance and sudden breakdowns can cause costly downtime. Maintenance and repairs of CNC lathes can be costly.
  • Complexity of Programming Programming complex: CNC programs for complicated parts can take a long time and require knowledge. Programming errors can cause costly errors.
  • Limits of Flexibility: CNC lathes excel in precision, repetitive tasks but they're not as flexible to one-off and small-scale production runs, whereas manual machining could be more effective.
  • Capital intensive: CNC lathes may require an investment in capital to purchase fixtures, tools and other accessories. This could further raise the cost of implementing this technology.
  • Dimension Limitations: CNC lathes come in a variety of sizes, however very small or extremely large parts might require special equipment.