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Ensuring Precision, Consistency, and Repeatability in Custom CNC Machining

The modern CNC machining industry demands higher levels of precision and repeatability than ever before. It’s not uncommon for today’s custom machined parts to require complex geometrical features, very close tolerances, or a combination of the two. At the same time, these difficult-to-machine requirements must be met repeatedly for potentially millions of products in high-volume manufacturing jobs.

Rising to these challenges, US-based machine shops like Creed Monarch are increasingly integrating the latest CNC machining technologies. By combining robust design and programming software with precision automation, we can tackle even the most complex projects while ensuring uncompromising quality and accuracy from one product to the next.

However, even the most capable of modern CNC machines don’t perform all of the work for you. Achieving ongoing production quality and consistency also requires exceptionally skilled operators with a commitment to craftsmanship, along with a rigorous quality control system to back them up.

Enter Creed Monarch – one of the Connecticut region’s premier CNC machine shops with a wealth of in-house technology and quality assurance certified to ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Choosing the Right CNC Machine for the Job

While today’s CNC machines are extremely versatile, it’s still crucial to have the right machine for the job at hand. Obviously, different machining processes are optimized for different types of products.

For example, we’ll generally utilize CNC milling for machining complex square or rectangular parts (e.g. custom flanges), or we’ll spin up the CNC lathe to turn cylindrical or spherical components (e.g. custom rods and shafts). Creed Monarch also utilizes multi-axis mill-turn machines which combine both machining processes to streamline the manufacturing of more highly complex shapes.

Mill-turning can further improve precision and repeatability by eliminating the need to manually remove the workpiece and re-setup the part on a new machine – a common potential avenue for manufacturing errors. Regardless of the requirements, our versatility of equipment allows us to tackle virtually any complex custom machining job while ensuring the highest quality and repeatability possible.

Applying Expertise in Materials Science

Putting all of that high-tech machining equipment to proper use requires extensive expertise in materials science and the overall metalworking process. Basically, different materials can respond in very different ways to different machining methods and tooling. Moreover, choosing the optimum material is crucial to make sure your final products are up to par with your specifications in terms of strength, performance, and longevity – not to mention cost.

At Creed Monarch, our material expertise is the result of more than 70 years of custom machining experience. We work with a wide range of materials to accommodate a wider range of customer product designs and provide alternative solutions:

  • Aluminum

  • Titanium

  • Steel

  • Stainless Steel

  • Brass

  • Nickel Alloys

  • Machined Plastics

Backing It All Up with Exceptional Quality Control

Ultimately, your end products are only as good as the quality control process behind them. That’s why all of our custom machined products are backed by a robust quality control process certified to ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Our ISO 9001:2015 certification comes with a dedication to efficient lean manufacturing and an emphasis on continuous quality improvement. Furthermore, with our trusted network of DFARS compliant material sources and ITAR compliant service vendors, we’re able to provide traceable certifications for all of our tooling and materials.

Quality American CNC Machining Services Since 1953

Creed Monarch is an ISO 9001:2015 certified American manufacturer specializing in custom CNC machining services. Our custom CNC machining services are capable of accommodating tight tolerances and complex geometries with the highest degree of repeatability possible.


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