CNC Machining Service
- CNC Milling, Turning and Drilling
- Aluminium, Steel, Polymers & More
Upload your CAD files for an instant quote.
- Prototype & Serial Manufacturing
- Express Manufacturing within 10 Days
Order CNC Machined Parts Online
We provide CNC machining services of any complexity for the production of both small and large series of parts. Our online Instant Quoting Engine gives you a CNC machining quote within seconds. Then, we make your machined metal or plastic parts and get them to your door in up to 10 days. We inspect the parts and guarantee their quality. Requesting a quotation for CNC machining is easy: just upload your files with drawings, 3D-models or sketches in any popular format.
Advantages of Ordering CNC Machined Parts from Xometry
Using the latest CNC machines, Xometry produces highly accurate, quick turn parts in as fast as 10 days.
Xometry offers various tolerance options in accordance with ISO 2768 (Standard, Fine) and ISO 286 (Grades 8, 7, 6)
Select from a variety of finishes on solid metal and plastic parts, built to precise design specifications.
Choose from over 30 metal and plastic materials. CNC Machining offers a wide variety of certified materials.
Our QA department performs strong quality assurance. Xometry is ISO 9001 certified.
Fast Delivery across Europe
Xometry delivers parts to all European countries, including UK, Norway and Switzerland. Just get a quote and see available delivery options along with your CNC parts quote.
CNC Machining Materials
- EN AW-2007 / 3.1645 / AlCuMgPb
- EN AW-6060 / 3.3206 / Al-MgSi
- EN AW-6061 / 3.3211 / Al-Mg1SiCu
- EN AW-6082 / 3.2315 / Al-Si1Mg
- EN AW-5083 / 3.3547 / Al-Mg4,5Mn
- EN AW-7075 / 3.4365 / Al-Zn6MgCu
Custom aluminium alloys are also available
- 1.0038 / St37-K / S235JR
- 1.0503 / C45
- 1.0570 / St52-3 / S355J2G3
Custom steel alloys are also available
- 1.4301 / X5CrNi18.10(V2A)
- 1.4404 / X2CrNiMo17-12-2 (V4A)
- 1.4571 / X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2
- 1.7131 / 16MnCr5
- 1.7225 / 42CrMo4
Custom stainless steel alloys are also available
- Grade 2 / EN 3.7035
- Grade 5 / 6AL-4V9
- Acetal / Delrin / POM
- Nylon / Polycaprolactam
- PC / Polycarbonate
- PEEK / Polyether ether ketone
- PEEK Glass-Filled
- PP Polypropylene
- PTFE / Teflon
- UHMW PE / Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene
Custom polymers are also available
This is a finish option with the fastest turnaround. Parts are left with visible tool marks and potentially sharp edges and burrs, which can be removed upon request.
- Galvanic zink
- Nickel & chrome
- Anodizing: hard & colour
- Painting & powder coating
- Case hardening
- Quenching and tempering
- Normalizing and tempering
CNC Machining Projects made with Xometry
A multi-talented engineer creates an efficient device to destroy viruses in the air
Paul Byrne, a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and former NASA Engineering Design consultant, developed a fully functional device that removes viruses such...Read more
Even faster: student Formula SAE team improves their car with Xometry support
Recently, Xometry supported the student Formula team from the University of Naples Federico II, the oldest public university in the world, by producing...Read more
Xometry assists in the production of Warwick Moto’s industry-leading superbike subframe
The case study is prepared in collaboration with the Press, Partnership and Sponsorship team at Warwick Moto.With the electrification of motorsport...Read more
Gallery of CNC Machined Parts
Overview: What is CNC?
The Basics Of CNC Machining
CNC machining stands for computer numerical control and basically means that a machine is controlled by a set of commands from a controller. This code normally comes in the form of a list of coordinates known as G-code. Any machine controlled by this code can be referred to as a CNC machine, be it a milling machine, a lathe or even a plasma cutter.
The movement of CNC machines can be defined by their axes; these are X, Y and Z with A, B & C axes for more advanced machines. The X, Y, Z axes refer to the main cartesian vectors and the A, B, C axes refer to rotation about these axes. CNC machines typically operate in up to 5 axes.
Learn more about CNC machining in our guide.
CNC Machining Resources
The Cost of CNC Machining
In CNC Machining, there are no set costs that can be universally applied to different machining projects. The cost of a CNC machining project is jointly...Read more
CNC Machining of Aluminium
Aluminium is one of the most machined materials available today. In fact, aluminium CNC Machining processes are second after steel in terms of frequency...Read more
The Ultimate CNC Machining Guide
Everything you need to know about CNC machining in just 12 minutesWhat is a CNC Machine?CNC machining stands for computer numerical control and...Read more
Order CNC Machined Parts Now
All uploads are secure and confidential.