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We Absorb The Tooling Cost!

We waive tooling charges on large production runs. Our multi axis machining stations allow us to reduce the amount of tooling needed for a particular job. Call us for details.

We Make It Easy On You

“I would certainly recommend Talsco as a supplier, and I have advocated for them within Honeywell. I would advocate for our other suppliers to do business with Talsco as well.”
– Matt Rowe Sr. Engineer ~ Project Mgr. – Supplier Development. Honeywell International



Special Order?

From round stock, block and sheet metal machining. Our large multi axis machining stations are ready to fabricate your part.

Deadline?

The capacity of our wide range machining machinery gives us the ability to meet your deadline!



One Stop Shop

From manufacturing, assembly, to special processing, no need for multisite quotes. We make it seamless for you!

Industries?

You can trust us. Our ISO & AS9100 certification’s establishes that we can meet your industry standards!


What is CNC machining?

CNC stands for Computer Numeric Control. Automatic machine tools started out as NC or Numeric Control machines which were driven by punch tape programs, cam controls, and mechanical numerics means. When computers entered as the control interface, the C was added to the front. CNC machines use G-Code or another form of line-by-line computer program to execute a series of machine actions including everything from X, Y, Z, A, or C machine table movements, turning on or off one or more spindles that hold cutting tools, turning on of off cutting fluid, and so on. The line by line code guides the machine through automated movement cycles which cut the part being manufactured from raw stock material.

How is CNC machining different from other rapid-prototyping?

Unlike the building of layers in other RP processes, CNC machining cuts away at a solid block of material to create the final model. The material used in CNC machining can range from soft materials like foam and plastic to hardened steel. Therefore, it is by far the best method for functional testing of prototypes when actual materials used for eventual mass production are utilized during the machining.

What are other benefits of CNC machining?

The most evident advantage is the tolerance and accuracy exhibited by CNC machines. The paths taken by the tool bits do not have to follow a 2D profile like other RP processes. For example, it can cut away at a material up and down a sloping profile in any degree specified. Each cutting path can also be programmed to be as close as 0.1mm apart (in comparison, SLA creates only horizontal layers of 0.25 mm at best). The implications are profound- CNC parts require little or no secondary finishing work, and parts fit together the way they are designed.

Contact

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7101 Patterson Dr
Garden Grove, CA 92841
Phone: 714-841-2464
info@talsco.com
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