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MSibrian

MSibrian

  • Onshape
  • Machining
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Office
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • Product Management
  • Fabrication Drawings
  • Manufacturing Drawings
  • Hydraulic Cylinders Engineering
Cameron Engineering

Cameron Engineering

  • Minitab
  • Drafting
  • Machining
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • GD&T Drawing
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX)
  • Construction Engineering & Inspection
CrowSS

CrowSS

  • Welding
  • AutoCAD
  • Machining
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Microsoft Office
  • Mechanical Design
  • Adobe Premier Pro
  • AutoCAD Mechanical
  • Adobe After Effects
  • PTC Creo Elements/Pro
  • Industrial Engineering
  • PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E / Pro/ENGINEER
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jsCMC

jsCMC

  • AutoCAD
  • CAMWorks
  • Machining
  • Mastercam
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Machine Design
  • Solid Modeling
  • Engineering Design
  • PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E / Pro/ENGINEER

Machining

Machining refers to the process of turning a piece of raw material into the desired shape, size, and dimensions by cutting and removing excess material away. It’s an integral part of the production process; in fact, it’s safe to say that it’s one of the backbones of the manufacturing industry. Without machining, it would be incredibly difficult to produce high-quality products, from simple ones like plastic home decorations to complicated objects like aircraft components.

Historically, machining was done by hand, but this changed over the years as technology became more and more advanced and modern manufacturing procedures and equipment were developed. Today, most machining processes are done through computer numerical control (CNC) machines, which store programmed commands in their storage medium and use these commands to automatically control tools and equipment. CNC machines produce highly precise products in a fast and efficient way, allowing companies to manufacture high-quality goods in large volumes while keeping production costs down.

But, while CNC machines have the ability to control tools in a precise and accurate way, the digital instructions on how to do this are not pre-built into them. This means that it’s up to the manufacturers to enter the commands into the machines and give them instructions on how to cut and drill into materials. 

This is where machining freelancers from Cad Crowd come in. With their expertise in computer-aided design (CAD) software as well as computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs, they can create digital commands for CNC machines to follow. Once these instructions are loaded into the machines, they will know how to process the materials and create a product that matches the 3D CAD design.

So, if you’re in the manufacturing business, get the help of our freelance machining experts now. They can assist you in every step of the way, from creating concept sketches and detail drawings of your products to making 3D CAD drawings that are keyed with the commands for CNC machines to follow. Simply tell them what your ideas and requirements are, and they’ll deliver excellent results on time and within your budget.

One way to choose the right freelancer from Cad Crowd is to hold a contest. Seek out designers whom you think are the right fit for your project, and ask them to submit a design for your product along with the appropriate program for CNC machines. Review the entries you receive, then pick the design that best suits your needs and preferences.

If you have a large project or need ongoing help, you’ll want to use our hourly machining services. If you opt for this, we’ll select a vetted designer on your behalf, and you can communicate with him through email or phone as he tackles the task over a few days or weeks. You’ll only pay for the specific amount of time that the freelancer works on your project (up to the last second), which can result in substantial savings. Since you’ll work with a single freelancer on an ongoing basis, you can rely on someone who already knows what you want, and you’ll avoid wasting time and energy on training new designers every now and then.

Whichever method you choose, you won’t go wrong with hiring machining freelancers from Cad Crowd. Open your design contest now, or contact us to learn more about our services.

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