Our plastic machining services include high-accuracy machining with CNC machines. We have a wide range of CNC machines and modern CNC operating centres.
Finishing plastic products with high-accuracy machining
CNC machines are used to manufacture a wide range of parts according to customers’ specifications, such as products made from plastic sheets. Our CNC machines include 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis machines. 4- and 5-axis machines enable the 3D processing of sheets in a movement range of X 8,000, Y 2,300, and Z 1,000 mm with a single attachment point. Suitable transparent plastic materials for CNC machining are polycarbonate, acrylic and PETG.
Quick ramp-up of production
Low starting costs compared to other production methods
Cost-effective production of small and medium batches
Flexible to make changes to plastic parts during machining
Forest and agricultural machine glazing
Yacht and boat glazing
Snowmobile and motorcycle windshields
Rescue and protection solutions
Ice hockey arenas
Our materials are transparent high-quality polycarbonate and acrylic sheets, which are hard coated with thermally cured hard coatings.
A 3-axis CNC machine is a perfect cut-to-size solution for processing flat plastic parts. Our machining capacity includes five 3-axis machines whose movement range extends to X 3,500, Y 2,200, and Z 200 (2,300 x 8,000 mm). The machines have an automated sheet feed-in. Machined plastic sheets are fixed to the table by a vacuum. In addition, nesting and unmanned operations are possible with large machining tables.
4- and 5-axis machining
4- and 5-axis machines are suitable for 3D plastic parts and the challenging processing of plastic sheets. Our production includes two 4-axis machines, one horizontal and one vertical. These machines have an automated platted changer and the capacity for drilling 800 mm deep holes into plastic sheets.
Also, our production includes five 5-axis machines. The movement range extends to X 8,000, Y 2,300, Z 600 mm, and to X 3,500, Y 2,200, Z 1,000 mm. Both the 5-axis and 4-axis machines are robot-assisted. Machined plastic sheets are fixed to the machine table by a vacuum or mechanical means.