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Cavityold has many years of experience in processing complex components to the most stringent tolerances for electrical parts and auto parts. We provide a full range of machining services, including CNC milling, milling/turning, and EDM.
Our CNC machine integrated production line can handle all kinds of material types and various parts sizes. Our focus on lean manufacturing, the use of live tools, and our rich experience in tight tolerance stacking in complex assemblies allow us to minimize the time and materials wasted when changing machines frequently. We can also provide machine statistics and IQ, OQ, PQ research to meet your verification needs.
• 3-, 4-, 5-Axis CNC Milling and Turning
• Wire cut
• Sinker/Plunger/Ram EDM
• Conventional Machining
• Over Mold and Insert Molding
• High-Speed Graphite Milling
• EDM Machining
• Laser Marking
• Vibratory Finishing
• Leak, Flow, and Pressure Testing
• Beryllium copper
• Stainless Steel
• ISO 9001 Certified
• ITAR Registered
• FDA Registered
Custom Finishing: Polishing, Cleaning, and Passivation
Cavitymold provides a wide range of finishing and secondary processing capabilities and can process casting, forging and forging parts and components to the required finished state according to customer requirements. We offer a range of high-quality cleaning, polishing, finishing, and special services.
Our goal is to increase the cleanliness and value of your products as much as possible. Quality and speed are very important to us, so every order should be processed with your priorities in mind. That’s why CavityMold has invested heavily in support equipment to enable your product to be completed outside the basic stages of casting, forging, and forging bar processing.
Nitriding: we can procide Nitriding on the lifter and slide surface, nitriding is a case-hardening process in which nitrogen is introduced into the surface of a ferrous alloy such as steel by holding the metal at a temperature below that at which the crystal structure begins to transform to austenite on heating as defined by the Iron-Carbon Phase Diagram.