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Tooling Center Capabilities

PRECIX® Gets Things Done Fast With Our Own Tooling Center Capabilities

At Precix, we redefine precision and efficiency by keeping the tooling center in-house. This strategic choice empowers us to deliver products at an unmatched pace, ensuring that your timelines are met with agility and reliability. Our commitment to in-house manufacturing means we have full control over every detail of quality, from start to finish. By eliminating the need to outsource, we streamline our operations, reduce potential errors, and maintain the highest standards of excellence.

With Precix, you’re not just choosing a supplier; you’re choosing a partner dedicated to making your projects succeed with efficiency and excellence. Let’s build something remarkable together.

milling machine
Our milling machine shop uses state of the art technology to streamline production and time required to get your products ready.
  • 3-Axis CNC Milling:Utilizes computer-controlled cutting tools across three axes to precisely shape metal and plastic components.
  • 3-Axis Manual Milling: Employs manual control to move a cutting tool across three axes, shaping materials with a hands-on approach.
  • CNC Lathe: A computer-controlled machine for precisely cutting, drilling, and sanding cylindrical parts.
  • Facing: A machining process that cuts a flat surface at the end of a part or along its exterior, ensuring a smooth finish.
  • Turning: Involves rotating the workpiece on a lathe while a cutting tool moves in a linear motion, shaping the material.
  • Surface Grinding: Uses a grinding wheel to create a smooth finish on the flat surface of a workpiece, achieving high precision and surface quality.
  • Oxy/Acetylene Welding: A versatile welding technique that uses a flame from burning oxygen and acetylene to join materials, suitable for a range of metals.
  • Stick (ARC) Welding: Utilizes an electric arc formed between a consumable electrode stick and the workpiece to melt metals at the welding point.
  • Mig/Tig Welding: MIG welding uses a wire feeding gun for continuous metal joining, while TIG welding employs a tungsten electrode for precise welds on thinner materials.
  • Brazing: A metal-joining process that uses a filler metal with a lower melting point than the workpieces to bond the materials without melting them.
  • 3D Printing: An additive manufacturing process that creates three-dimensional objects from a digital file by layering material, often plastic or metal.

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