The cost of our CNC machining service varies and is strongly impacted by the unique characteristics of your project, such as its materials, lead time and tolerance requirements. The best way to find out is to submit a 3D CAD model and get a instant quote.

Regarding material compatibility, SogaWorks CNC Services is flexible. Metals like aluminum, steel, brass, copper and titanium as well as plastics like ABS, Polycarbonate, Nylon and POM are examples of frequently used CNC materials. But specific materials might not always be available, so it’s always a good idea to check with the account representative immediately.

The exact tolerance we offer is dependent on your specific needs. If there is no tolerance specified on the technical drawing., all parts will be machined to ISO 2768 tolerance standards below. Generally you can choose ISO 2768-m, ISO 2768-f or specify more tighter tolerances in your 2D technical drawings.

Numerous industries employ CNC machining. It is typical in industries that use metal parts regularly, such as aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, robotics, and agriculture. It is also frequently utilized in consumer products like household goods, energy, oil, and gas, and medical devices.

Yes, we do. During the first article inspection, we thoroughly inspect the first part produced to ensure that it meets your dimensional and functional requirements.

We serve a variety of industries including medical device, automotive, lighting, aerospace, technology, consumer product, and electronics.

3D model: correct file format

2D model: CAD three-view drawings, clearly labeled with sizes, tolerances, roughness and other requirements.

We accept 3 payment terms: Bank Transfer, PayPal, and Credit Card. You can access the payment options after receiving your quote and clicking the “Payment” button.

We have no idea about this issue. If you indeed need assistance creating a 3D CAD model of your innovation, contact us via email and we’ll recommend a designer who is familiar with our services to help you turn your idea into model.

To get your quote, you need to upload your 3D model file. Select the manufacturing process, material, surface finishes, etc. After selecting the mandatory fields, you just need to confirm your order and pay, and then you will receive the parts you ordered in just a few days.

3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that builds objects layer by layer from digital models, offering design flexibility for complex shapes and may require post-processing. CNC machining, on the other hand, is a subtractive manufacturing method that starts with solid materials and precisely removes material with computer-controlled tools, resulting in production with high precision but with more limited design flexibility. The choice between the two technologies depends on material, complexity, volume, and other project-specific factors.

3D printing cost per part is dependent on a multitude of factors, including material, process, and post-processes. Typically, the post-processes account for most of the part cost. 

We accept 3 payment terms: Bank Transfer, PayPal, and Credit Card. You can access the payment options after receiving your quote and clicking the “Payment” button.

Some important characteristics of your parts, such as your part size, height, complexity and the printing technology used, will affect the 3D printing time. We can complete 3D printing projects as fast as 1 day.