If your aluminum extrusion parts or components require precision CNC machining, MMG – Engineered Extrusions offers state-of-the-art technologies and an experienced machining team to deliver precision and consistency.
As part of our continued commitment to deliver highly accurate, consistent products to our customers, we continually analyze and improve our fabrication and CNC machining processes to increase efficiency and improve performance. Strategic investments in new equipment, along with skilled employees, ensure we remain a strong machining partner that keeps pace with your production demands.
Aluminum Extrusion Machining Capabilities
We have over two dozen CNC machines, several dedicated work cells, and deburring and punch systems located in a 50,000-square-foot facility devoted to machining, fabrication and assembly of aluminum extrusions. To support machining of long custom aluminum profiles over 60 inches in length, we have eight machining centers with work envelope capabilities up to 144 inches (12 feet). We also offer laser milling for parts up to 288 inches (24 feet).
Our prototype to production capabilities also include*:
- Up to 7.5 lb. per foot part weight
- From .125” to 6.00” in diameter
- Wall thicknesses down to .050”
- Lengths up to 144”
*Dependent on alloy selection and profile
Our CNC Machining Technology
- (9) Double Pallet VMC CNCs
- (6) Large Bed Gantry CNCs (work envelope capabilities up to 12 feet)
- (1) 6 Pallet Horizontal CNC
- (2) Trumpf 5000 Tube Laser (8” (O.D.) x 288”)
- (2) Modig 4-axis Machining Centers
- Automated lineal deburring system
- Vibratory Deburring systems
- (6) Hydraulic and Pneumatic punch presses
- (2) Metlsaw recut systems
Industries We Serve With CNC Machining Services
MMG – Engineered Extrusions serves clients across many industry lines, including consumer products, lighting, and robotics. We have developed an efficient, accurate, and cost-effective process that delivers superior product results. Our design and programming teams carefully review each project to assess the cost, manufacturability, and complexity to ensure we meet your requirements. This in-depth validation ensures you receive the most effective machining processes for your budget, time, and materials.