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• CNC Milling                              1131 Delaware Ave. #3
                                              • CNC Turning                              Longmont, CO 80501

                                              • Grinding                                 Phone: 303.776.1910

                                              • Plating                                  Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com
                                                                                         Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com
                                              • Wire EDM
                                              • Inspection and Reporting


    What is CNC Turning?
    CNC turning, in the operation of a machine shop, is a method of
    machining a part in which a pointed cutting tool is fed parallel onto
    the surface of a material being rotated. This rotation is performed
    by a lathe, considered to be the oldest machining tool dating far
    back to ancient Egypt. The lathe secures and spins the part being
    machined, allowing for a simple single-point cutting tool to remove
    and shape the material, creating the desired part. This is
    accomplished along a dual axis of movement that may be a straight
    line, or along a prescribed set of curves or angles. Turning allows
    for the creation of varying complex shapes including plain, tapered,
    contoured, filleted, threaded, and radius profiles. Turning in its
    purest form involves the spinning of a lathe and the steady hand of
    the operator applying the cutting tool to the material being machined. Advances in technology have led to the
    creation of CNC, or Computer Numerical Control, lathes and turning processes. Beyond programming commands
    into the CNC lathe, the operator is taken out of the equation. An automated system now holds the cutting tool
    firmly in the lathe and follows a pre-programmed design, allowing for a precise turn, exact tolerances, and an
    abundance of shapes; straight, conical, curved, or grooved.

    About Advanced Precision Machining’s CNC Turning Solutions
    Advanced Precision Machining (APM), a Longmont, Colorado machine shop, proudly offers a wide range of CNC
    turning solutions utilizing the latest in precision manufacturing technology. The dual axis CNC lathe is at the heart
    of APM’s turning operations and we run two of the best machines in the business. Southwestern Industries’ Trak
    TRL 1440EX lathe is our simple, low cost answer to manually turning a part. With the look and feel of a manual
    lathe, the 1440EX allows for CNC operation, a 14” swing, and a 40” travel. It’s easy to learn and a joy to use,
    resulting in the highest quality turned parts. For larger projects, we rely on Yama Seiki’s GA2600 ultimate turning
    center. With the capacity to manage heavier duty applications, this lathe combines accuracy, a high torque motor,
    and a super rigid box, allowing us to achieve faster cycle times. Thus, money saved in labor time is passed along
    directly to our satisfied customers. Our fully certified machinists will be happy to discuss any turning project with
    you.




1131 Delaware Ave. #3 - Longmont, CO 80501 - Phone: 303.776.1910 - Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com - Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com
About Us
    Advanced Precision Machining (APM), located in Longmont Colorado, is the Front Range’s premier
    machine shop. From prototype development, to precision part manufacturing, to inspection services,
    APM’s fully certified machinists offer a wide range of services guaranteed to meet and exceed the
    exacting needs of any customer. Featuring cutting-edge technology, APM’s CNC milling machines and
    lathes have the capability to mill, turn, grind, and plate the highest quality parts at competitive prices.
    Other services include Wire ED machining, prototype fabrication, special order parts, inspection, and
    reporting. At APM, the Longmont machine shop prides itself in manufacturing and delivering precision
    components, while maintaining close relationships and attention to detail with customers. Advanced
    Precision Machining is led by partners Gerry Dillon and Kirk Tuesburg, both certified in geometric
    dimensioning and tolerancing, who together have over 40 years of machining experience. Opening for
    business in 2005, they have since tripled in size, and are growing steadily thanks to demand for their
    quality work and level of customer service. Feel free to contact us for a free quote by phone at
    303.776.1910 or by email at kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com.

    For additional information about our Longmont machine shop, we invite you to visit our website at
    http://advancedprecisionmachine.com/ and also our blog at
    http://advancedprecisionmachine.com/advanced-precision-machining-blog/.

    Thank you,

    Kirk and Gerry




1131 Delaware Ave. #3 - Longmont, CO 80501 - Phone: 303.776.1910 - Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com - Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com

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What is CNC turning?

  • 1. • CNC Milling 1131 Delaware Ave. #3 • CNC Turning Longmont, CO 80501 • Grinding Phone: 303.776.1910 • Plating Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com • Wire EDM • Inspection and Reporting What is CNC Turning? CNC turning, in the operation of a machine shop, is a method of machining a part in which a pointed cutting tool is fed parallel onto the surface of a material being rotated. This rotation is performed by a lathe, considered to be the oldest machining tool dating far back to ancient Egypt. The lathe secures and spins the part being machined, allowing for a simple single-point cutting tool to remove and shape the material, creating the desired part. This is accomplished along a dual axis of movement that may be a straight line, or along a prescribed set of curves or angles. Turning allows for the creation of varying complex shapes including plain, tapered, contoured, filleted, threaded, and radius profiles. Turning in its purest form involves the spinning of a lathe and the steady hand of the operator applying the cutting tool to the material being machined. Advances in technology have led to the creation of CNC, or Computer Numerical Control, lathes and turning processes. Beyond programming commands into the CNC lathe, the operator is taken out of the equation. An automated system now holds the cutting tool firmly in the lathe and follows a pre-programmed design, allowing for a precise turn, exact tolerances, and an abundance of shapes; straight, conical, curved, or grooved. About Advanced Precision Machining’s CNC Turning Solutions Advanced Precision Machining (APM), a Longmont, Colorado machine shop, proudly offers a wide range of CNC turning solutions utilizing the latest in precision manufacturing technology. The dual axis CNC lathe is at the heart of APM’s turning operations and we run two of the best machines in the business. Southwestern Industries’ Trak TRL 1440EX lathe is our simple, low cost answer to manually turning a part. With the look and feel of a manual lathe, the 1440EX allows for CNC operation, a 14” swing, and a 40” travel. It’s easy to learn and a joy to use, resulting in the highest quality turned parts. For larger projects, we rely on Yama Seiki’s GA2600 ultimate turning center. With the capacity to manage heavier duty applications, this lathe combines accuracy, a high torque motor, and a super rigid box, allowing us to achieve faster cycle times. Thus, money saved in labor time is passed along directly to our satisfied customers. Our fully certified machinists will be happy to discuss any turning project with you. 1131 Delaware Ave. #3 - Longmont, CO 80501 - Phone: 303.776.1910 - Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com - Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com
  • 2. About Us Advanced Precision Machining (APM), located in Longmont Colorado, is the Front Range’s premier machine shop. From prototype development, to precision part manufacturing, to inspection services, APM’s fully certified machinists offer a wide range of services guaranteed to meet and exceed the exacting needs of any customer. Featuring cutting-edge technology, APM’s CNC milling machines and lathes have the capability to mill, turn, grind, and plate the highest quality parts at competitive prices. Other services include Wire ED machining, prototype fabrication, special order parts, inspection, and reporting. At APM, the Longmont machine shop prides itself in manufacturing and delivering precision components, while maintaining close relationships and attention to detail with customers. Advanced Precision Machining is led by partners Gerry Dillon and Kirk Tuesburg, both certified in geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, who together have over 40 years of machining experience. Opening for business in 2005, they have since tripled in size, and are growing steadily thanks to demand for their quality work and level of customer service. Feel free to contact us for a free quote by phone at 303.776.1910 or by email at kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com. For additional information about our Longmont machine shop, we invite you to visit our website at http://advancedprecisionmachine.com/ and also our blog at http://advancedprecisionmachine.com/advanced-precision-machining-blog/. Thank you, Kirk and Gerry 1131 Delaware Ave. #3 - Longmont, CO 80501 - Phone: 303.776.1910 - Web: http://advancedprecisionmachine.com - Quotes: kirk@advancedprecisionmachine.com