CNC Machining London | Online Parts
At Geomiq, we provide high-quality CNC machining in London. With an exceptional range of parts, finishes, and materials available from our industry-leading manufacturing partners, you can receive your parts just days after uploading your designs.
OUR LONDON PROCESS
ORDER HIGH-QUALITY CNC MACHINED PARTS IN LONDON
If you’re searching for CNC machining in London, look no further than Geomiq’s CNC machining service. We’re committed to supplying you with high-quality CNC machined parts with our streamlined ordering process. We serve customers across a huge range of industries, from aerospace to robotics, meaning that no matter your requirements and scale, our fine-tuned supply chain can deliver your parts. Our London-based CNC machining service employs industry experts to implement a rigorous quality-control process, meaning that you’ll receive your desired order perfect every time. Get in touch for a quote today, and receive your parts in as little as five days.
OUR CNC SERVICE LONDON CAPABILITIES
CNC MILLING LONDON
Our diverse, global supply chain offers an extensive range of capabilities. Whether you are looking for one-off prototypes or large-scale batch manufacture, we can deliver repeatedly on quality and lead time. Our partners operate virtually every kind of CNC machine, including mills, lathes, mill-turns, multi-axis machines, sliding head lathes and bar fed lathes. We also offer CNC grinding and EDM processes. This allows us to utilise the correct tool for the job to meet requirements at a competitive price.
CNC TURNING LONDON
With our standard tolerance being +/- 0.127mm on all CNC Turned parts and the ability to refine that even more, Geomiq offers only the best CNC Turning services. With 1400+ machines in our network, we guarantee a great price while maintaining the highest level of quality and fastest delivery possible. So if you are looking to have parts turned with a high level of accuracy and need parts made right the first time, you have come to the right place.
WHY ORDER CNC MACHINED PARTS FROM GEOMIQ?
We’re committed to reducing friction at every stage, so you can be as delighted with the speed of your CNC Machined parts’ arrival as you are with their exceptional quality. Order now to receive your parts in as little as 5 days!
Our standard CNC tolerance is +/- 0.127mm, and when you use our tolerance configurator, you can expect precision machining down to +/- 0.005mm.
Whether you’re after a one-off prototype or 10,000 units at the most competitive price, Geomiq’s world-class supply chain can deliver.
The perfect finish
We offer high-quality finishing processes for most CNC Machined parts; from anodising, polishing and plating, to powder coating and more.
A wide variety of materials
We offer over 100 plastic and metal materials, and take great care to ensure the right material is used for every part. Please get in touch if the material you require is not listed.
A wide range of industries
With customers in every industry, from aerospace, defence, robotics, medical and automotive to electronics, Geomiq has a wealth of experience meeting a diverse range of requirements. Calling on our world-class supply chain, we can meet any requirements.
Quality assurance at every stage
We’re committed to providing the best quality assurance in the business. We employ highly skilled London engineers to triple-check all of your files and parts from initial quote to final inspection – ensuring that you’re happy with your results the first time, every time.
From prototype to production in days
At Geomiq, we know your time is valuable – and we’re passionate about helping you save more of it. When you upload your files, we’ll get you a quote within one business day – and our network of highly experienced partners in London will ensure the finished CNC products are of the highest quality with short lead times.
Leverage the expertise of our London partner network
We partner with 180+ highly vetted and experienced CNC manufacturers from a number of countries, so that you can benefit from a world-class supply chain, offering greater capabilities and the highest standards in the world – all from a single access point.
CNC Machining Materials London
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Available aluminium varieties:
- Aluminium – Grey (6061)
- Aluminium – Grey (6082)
- Aluminium – Grey (7050)
- Aluminium – Grey (7075)
Available stainless steel varieties:
- Stainless Steel – Grey (303)
- Stainless Steel – Grey (304)
- Stainless Steel – Grey (304L)
- Stainless Steel – Grey (316)
- Stainless Steel – Grey (316L)
Copper – Red/Bronze
- Brass – Yellow (CZ 121)
- Brass – Yellow (CZ 131)
Magnesium – Grey (Magnesium AZ31)
Steel Alloy – Grey (Allow 4140)
Titanium – Grey (Grade 5 Ti6AI4V)
- ABS, Black
- ABS, White
- ABS, Natural
- ABS, Clear
- ABS/PC, Black
- Copolymer, Grey
- Copolymer, Natural
- Homopolymer, Black
- Homopolymer, Natural
- Homopolymer, Black 20% glass fibre-UV
- Homopolymer, Black UV stabilisted
- CVPC on request
- HDPE, Natural
- LDPE, Natural
- PA6, Natural
- PA6, Black 30% Glass Fibre
- PA6, Natural 30% Glass Fibre
- PA6/6, Natural 20% Glass
- PA6/6, Black 25% Glass
- PA6/6, Black 30% Glass Fibre
- ABS/PC, Black
- PEEK, Natural
- PEI, Black
- PEI, Natural
- PET, Natural
- PMMA, Clear
- PMMA, Frosted
- PP, Homopolymer Black
- PP, Homopolymer Natural
- PP, Copolymer Natural
- PP, Natural
- PP, Natural 20% Glass
- PPSU, Black
- PS, (HIPS) White
- PSU Natural
- PTFE, White
- PVC, Grey
Post-processing and finishing options
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This is the finishing option with the fastest turnaround. If you opt for as-machined finishing, your parts may be left with visible tool marks and potentially sharp edges and burrs, but we can remove these upon request.
- Galvanic zinc
- Nickel and chrome
- Anodising (hard and colour)
Surface finishing options:
- Painting and powder coating
Heat treatment options:
- Quenching and tempering
- Normalising and tempering
WHAT IS CNC MACHINING?
CNC Machining is a form of subtractive manufacturing. This means CNC Machining starts with a block of material (called a blank), and uses fast-moving cutters to quickly carve away material and create the finished part. This involves the automated control of machining tools (such as drills, boring tools and lathes) by means of a computer. These CNC machines process each piece of material to meet specifications by following a coded programmed instruction, and once programmed can manufacture the part autonomously.