Why Use CNC Cutting Machine?
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Why Use CNC Cutting Machine?

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We have manufactured a lot of different parts for a wide range of projects. The only common denominator for all of them is “metal” because we only perform metal cutting at Yuyin. The projects include custom metal cut parts for many industries but also hobbyists with one-off parts.

Some of our client segments include:

Machine builders – machine components, panels, etc.

Car manufacturers – panels, roll cages, chassis etc.

Maritime industry – frames and other parts (mostly aluminium and stainless steel)

Robot building – frame, bodyworks, moving parts, etc.

Forestry & agricultural machinery – panels, frames, etc.

Art studios – signs and signage

Fashion designers – metal jewellery

We would advise looking at our design requirements first in order to avoid parts that cannot be produced. The main design principles revolve around cut widths suitable for production.

Laser cutting allows great flexibility, accuracy and top quality. It can cut very complex shapes.

State of the art automated laser cutters need little manpower. Combining their autonomous nature to their swiftness, Yuyin’s online laser cutting platform enables keeping your project costs low.

The accuracy tolerance for positioning is +/- 0.1 mm. Thermal effects on the material are small, therefore it is possible to cut small holes with a minimum diameter of 1/2 the material thickness as well as holes that can be threaded after cutting without requiring additional machining. The cutting line width it is smaller than 0.5 mm for most materials.

Yuyin’s manufacturing network offers lasers that can cut a number of materials. These include carbon steel, stainless steel, high-strength steels as well as non-ferrous materials like aluminium, brass, copper and titanium. For metal plates thicker than 20 mm, see more about our plasma cutting capabilities. Aluminium cutting has its own rules.