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5-Axis CNC Machining Services

  • 0.001mm Precision

  • Competitive Pricing from Chinese Factories

  • German,Japan, and Swiss Imported Equipment

  • Manufacturing Speed of 1-7 Days

  • 100% Chinese Factory Price

We have delivered 2,600 5-axis CNC projects to 310 companies.

ISO 9001 CNC company

Modo Rapid is ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 certified, trusted by numerous racing and design companies for years. Our commitment to quality and precision makes us a reliable partner in the industry. Choose Modo Rapid for unparalleled expertise and long-standing partnerships.

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Modo Rapid 5-Axis CNC Machining Center Specifications

 
 

Technical Parameters

Unit H700 H900 H1200
Machine Axis
X-Axis Travel mm 600 900
Y-Axis Travel mm 500 600
Z-Axis Travel mm 300 450
Worktable
Worktable Size (xy) mm 600×520 1020×620
Max Load Capacity kg ≤300 ≤1000
Worktable Surface Construction (Size/Number of T-Slots) mm 12x80x5 18x125x5
Spindle System
Distance from Spindle to Worktable mm 150-450 150-600
Taper Hole HSK E40 (optional) HSK A63 (optional)
Max Spindle Speed rPm 42000 (optional) 20000 (optional)
Spindle Torque Nm 6.5 120
Spindle Motor Power
Feed Rate
XYZ Rapid Traverse Rate m/min 60/60/60 48/48/48

Overview

Modo Rapid 5-Axis CNC Machining Centers are engineered for precision and efficiency, ideal for a range of industries from aerospace to automotive. Each model offers distinct capabilities to meet various production requirements.

Why Choose Modo Rapid for 5 Axis CNC Machined Parts?

  • Fast Response: Quick turnaround times for quotes and orders in few hours.
  • 5-Axis CNC Machining Pricing ranges from $20 to $50 per hour.
  • Excellent Customer Service: Dedicated support throughout your project.
  • Extensive Experience: 19 years in precision manufacturing since 2005.
  • Certifications: ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 certified for quality assurance.
  • Advanced Capability: Reliable 5-axis machining for complex and custom parts.
  • Diverse Industries: Serving racing, automotive, robotics, and medical sectors.
  • High Quality: ZEISS CMM Report

SINCE 2005

Volume CNC Machining Services

Quality Control for High-Precision 5-Axis CNC Machined Parts

  • Initial Rough Cutting:

    Our expert machinists start by performing rough cutting to shape you close to your final design.

  • First Inspection:

    After rough cutting, a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) checks your dimensions, ensuring tolerances are within the specified range.

  • Detailed Machining:

    Intricate features and complex geometries are added using advanced CNC tools. Throughout this phase, height gauges and micrometers are used to verify dimensions at each step.

  • On-Machine Inspection:

    During machining, machine tool probing systems perform real-time inspections to detect and correct any deviations immediately, maintaining high accuracy and reducing errors

  • Surface Finish Check:

    Surface roughness testers measure your surface finish to ensure a smooth, flawless exterior, meeting aesthetic and functional requirements

  • Intermediate Quality Checks:

    After each major machining step, we use comparators and optical microscopes to verify surface roughness and dimensional accuracy

  • Final Machining and Finishing:

    Additional processes like grinding, polishing, or coating (e.g., anodizing, electroplating) may be applied to achieve the final finish. This ensures both functional and aesthetic standards are met

  • Comprehensive Final Inspection:

    The final inspection involves using an optical comparator for detailed checks against design specifications. This ensures all dimensions, tolerances, and surface finishes are precise and meet the highest quality standards

  • Packaging and Delivery:

    Once all inspections are complete, your part is carefully packaged and shipped, ready to perform at the highest level in its intended application.

Custom Parts Inspection Equipment CMM
Quality Control with CMM Testing
 
 

Materials and Post-Processing Options Available

Our advanced CNC machinery allows us to manufacture exactly what you need, precisely when you need it. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) has expanded the range of possibilities for material selection and production.

Refer to our comprehensive material list for 5-axis CNC machining. If you don’t see the material you’re looking for, feel free to contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Metals Materials

Plastics Materials

Metal CNC Parts Post-Processing

  1. Anodizing
  2. Powder Coating
  3. Plating (Nickel, Chrome, Gold, etc.)
  4. Electropolishing
  5. Passivation
  6. Black Oxide Coating
  7. Bead Blasting
  8. Brushing
  9. Polishing
  10. Heat Treatment
  11. Laser Engraving
  12. Painting
  13. Chemical Film Coating (Chromate Conversion)
  14. Hot Dip Galvanizing
  15. Zinc Coating
  16. Sand Blasting
  17. Machined Finish
  18. Tumbling/Deburring

Plastic CNC Parts Post-Processing

  1. Painting
  2. UV Coating
  3. Polishing
  4. Bead Blasting
  5. Laser Engraving
  6. Heat Staking
  7. Silk Screening
  8. Assembly
  9. Adhesive Bonding
  10. Insert Molding
  11. Thermal Welding
  12. Vapor Polishing
  13. Vacuum Metallizing
  14. Machined Finish
  15. Dyeing
  16. Annealing
  17. Texturing
  18. Electroplating (for certain plastics)

How to Get Your 5-Axis CNC Parts?

High-Performance Cast Metal Components
  • Submit Drawings and Discuss Details:

    Send us your CAD drawings and detailed specifications.

    Discuss the various details and requirements of the parts.

    Receive an initial quote based on the provided information.

  • Receive Feasibility Analysis and Quote:

    We conduct a production feasibility analysis to ensure your design can be manufactured.

    Provide you with a finalized quote based on the analysis.

    Receive Feasibility Analysis and Quote:

  • Issue Purchase Order and Material Procurement

    Once you approve the quote, send us the purchase order.

    We begin procuring the necessary raw materials for your parts.

  • Commence Production:

    Start the production process, closely monitoring each stage.

    Measure tolerances and other precision requirements to ensure they meet the design specifications.

    Commence Production:

  • Final Inspection and Shipping:

    Perform a final inspection to check accuracy, surface roughness, and overall finish.

    Package the parts securely and ship them to your location.

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FAQs

For most projects, we aim to provide a quote within 24 hours. If you submit your request in the morning, we may be able to get back to you the same day. Note that quotes for injection molding projects will take longer than 24 hours.

For small-scale CNC projects using Aluminum, we can manufacture within 1-7 days as we keep the material in stock.

Yes! Once your project is completed, we will provide live tracking details and a Google Drive link with photos of your parts.

Yes, we ship to almost all countries. Please indicate on your quote request if you need shipping outside the UK so we can give you an accurate lead time.

Type II anodizing typically adds 5-15 μm for clear coatings and 10-25 μm for colored/dyed coatings. Type III or hard anodizing can add 20-80 μm. A good rule of thumb is that 50% of the anodic layer is below the original surface and 50% is above. Thus, a 12 μm coating will increase the part thickness by 6 μm.

We can work with ISO metric threads (M3, M6, etc.), BSPT, BSP, and UNF.

Yes, we can send your material to a certified testing center for calibrated tests. Discuss this with your project manager at the start of your project, as it often adds about a week to the lead time.

Yes, we offer OES analysis as an additional service. We provide photos and chemical analysis results. This service typically adds a few days to the lead time and incurs a small additional cost.

Our EDM can achieve maximum tolerances of ± 0.001 mm.

For CNC machining, we can achieve tolerances of ± 0.01 mm. For CNC turning, the tolerances are also ± 0.01 mm.

Pricing ranges from $20 to $50 per hour at Modo Rapid.

Advantages of 5-Axis CNC Machining

5-axis CNC machining offers several significant advantages:

  • Increased Precision: Allows for the creation of complex and intricate parts with high accuracy, meeting tight tolerances.
  • Enhanced Efficiency: Reduces the need for multiple setups, saving time and minimizing errors.
  • Greater Flexibility: Capable of machining parts with complex geometries from multiple angles in a single operation.
  • Improved Surface Finish: Achieves smoother finishes due to the continuous movement of the cutting tool.
  • Cost-Effective: Reduces labor and tooling costs by combining multiple operations into one setup.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of materials, including metals and plastics.

These benefits make 5-axis CNC machining ideal for industries requiring high-precision, complex parts such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and robotics.

What is the 5-Axis CNC Machining Process?

5-axis CNC machining is an advanced manufacturing process where the cutting tool moves along five different axes simultaneously. Unlike traditional 3-axis machining, which moves the tool along three linear axes (X, Y, and Z), 5-axis machining adds two additional rotational axes (A and B). This allows the tool to approach the workpiece from virtually any direction, enabling the production of complex shapes and geometries with high precision.

What is the Difference Between 3 and 5 Axis CNC Machining?

3-Axis CNC Machining:

  • Movement: The cutting tool moves along three linear axes (X, Y, and Z).
  • Complexity: Suitable for parts with simple geometries.
  • Setup: Often requires multiple setups to machine different sides of a part.
  • Applications: Ideal for basic milling operations and less complex components.

5-Axis CNC Machining:

  • Movement: The cutting tool moves along five axes (X, Y, Z, plus two rotational axes A and B).
  • Complexity: Capable of machining complex and intricate parts with high precision.
  • Setup: Can machine all sides of a part in a single setup, reducing time and errors.
  • Applications: Used for advanced applications requiring detailed and precise parts, such as aerospace, automotive, and medical components.

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