San Diego CNC is a locally owned and operated machine shop referral service. Our goal is to promote the very best machine shops in the greater San Diego area.
Who We Are:
San Diego CNC is a machine shop referral service.
What We Do:
We help make your company more visible in the San Diego area machine shop marketplace.
How Do We Do That:
San Diego CNC enjoys high rankings from the major search engines. Having your machine shop featured on San Diego CNC's website, your shop is more easily found by potential customers. If you do not currently have an Internet website, utilizing our site will give you an Internet presence without the hassles or high costs usually associated with building a website.
How We Can Help You:
San Diego CNC makes it easy to promote your machine shop. No more paying someone to fix a broken website or updating important information. Changes and updates are relatively fast, usually taking no more than a few hours from the initial request.
In this tough economy, it keeps getting harder turning a profit. High costs, customers wanting lower prices while maintaining high quality, and the unknown costs looming on the horizon when ObamaCare finally take effect... Who couldn't use a helping hand attracting more potential customers? Give us a call or send us an email and we'll see what we can do for you!
We are ISO 9001:2008 compliant!
Government Contractor: CAGE CODE : 1WNW4
***We Now Offer Laser Marking Services!!!***
THE RMS TEAM SPECIALIZES IN THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:
> High precision laser cutting & engraving
> CNC Routing
> ADA Compliant Braille signs
> Custom business signage
> Short lead times
Welcome to Origin Engineering Solutions!
OES, Origin Engineering Solutions, is a full service engineering, product design, cnc machining, and fabrication job shop conveniently located in Poway, California. OES offers over 40 years of engineering and product design experience serving small and large businesses throughout the Southern California area. With a complete in-house cnc machining department consisting of three cnc vertical mills and 1 horizontal cnc lathe, Origin serves the military/aerospace industry and other businesses by producing machined parts from prototype to full production from a wide array of materials ranging from plastic to chromoly steel to exotic alloys. OES offers welding and tube bending fabrication services. Machined parts and fabricated assemblies available in powder coated, anodized, hard anodized, zinc plated, polished, and tumbled finishes. We can also ship items direct to your place of business for your convenience.
At OES, we pride ourselves on customer service. We develop a relationship with every client to ensure the streamlined, accurate, and efficient completion of every project. Call or email us today and see what Origin Engineering Solutions can do for your business.
3- Fadal 4020 3 axis Vertical Mills
1- Hwacheon Hi Tech 200B Turning Center
1-Ercolina Mega Bender
1-Ercolina Roll bender
Miller TIG welder
Miller MIG Welder
In the machining world, we sometimes have to improvise in order to complete a job. For this topic we'll look at some of the things that machinists do to accomplish a task at hand. Perhaps these tips can help you out when you find yourself in a bind.
What is GD&T?
GD&T stands for Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, as defined by ASME Y14.5M-1994.
GD&T: An International Language
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing is an international language used on drawings to accurately describe a part. The language consists of a well-defined set of symbols, rules, definitions, and conventions that can be used to describe the size, form, orientation, and location tolerances of part features.
GD&T: An Exact Language
Geometric tolerancing is an exact language that enables designers to “say what they mean” on a drawing, thus improving product designs. Production uses the language to interpret the design intent, and inspection looks to the language to determine set up.
GD&T Provides Uniformity
By providing uniformity in drawing specifications and interpretation, GD&T reduces controversy, guesswork, and assumptions throughout the manufacturing and inspection process.