Professional Custom Machining Services for Seattle, WA and the Surrounding Areas. 

Our skilled machinists and state-of-the-art CNC machines are used to ensure accuracy, efficiency, and consistency in the production process. We specialize in the custom machining of a variety of metals, including steel, aluminum, brass, and alloys, catering to diverse industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, and manufacturing.

Evergreen Metal Works offers a comprehensive range of custom machining services to transform raw metal materials into precision-engineered components.

Beyond traditional machining methods, advanced processes like CNC Waterjet Cutting may also be used. We collaborate closely with clients, providing custom machining solutions to meet specific design requirements, tolerances, and quality standards. Additionally, we emphasize quality control measures to deliver meticulously crafted components that adhere to industry regulations and client expectations.

Some common Custom machining processes include:

  • Turning
    In turning, a workpiece is rotated on a lathe, and a cutting tool is used to remove material to create a cylindrical shape. This is often used to create round components like shafts and bolts.
  • Milling
    Milling involves using a rotary cutter to remove material from a workpiece, creating flat or contoured surfaces. This process is versatile and can be used for a wide range of shapes and sizes.
  • Drilling
    Drilling creates holes in metal workpieces using a rotating drill bit. This is a common process for creating holes of various sizes and depths.
  • Grinding
    Grinding uses abrasive wheels to remove material and achieve a smooth surface finish. It is often employed for precision work and to attain tight tolerances.
  • AsseElectrical Discharge Machining (EDM)mbly
    EDM involves using electrical discharges to remove material from a workpiece. It is suitable for intricate shapes and hard materials.
  • Laser Cutting
    Laser cutting uses a focused laser beam to cut through metal. This process is precise and is often used for intricate designs and thin materials.
  • Waterjet Cutting
    Waterjet cutting uses a high-pressure stream of water (sometimes mixed with abrasive materials) to cut through metal. It is suitable for a variety of materials and thicknesses.

If you have any specific questions or if there’s a particular aspect of the Metal Machining process, you’d like to discuss or inquire about, feel free to contact us! Give us a call at (425) 235-1431 or fill out the form below to get a quote on your next project

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