Fabrication refers to the process of constructing or manufacturing components or structures by manipulating raw materials. In the context of CPI, fabrication involves using advanced machinery and techniques to shape, cut, and assemble various materials. Here, we on the physical transformation of materials, which could include cutting, bending, welding, and joining processes. With these capabilities, CPI can create precise and complex parts or structures according to specific designs and requirements, ensuring high-quality results. By leveraging a range of fabrication techniques and expertise, CPI achieves optimal outcomes while considering cost-effectiveness
Machining involves the use of machine tools to remove material from a workpiece to achieve the desired shape, size, and surface finish. CPI utilizes advanced machining equipment such as CNC (Computer Numerical Control) routers and mills, including models like HAAS - TM 2P and HAAS - VF4SS. These machines enable precise and automated operations, resulting in accurate and repeatable manufacturing processes. Machining capabilities allow CPI to work with various materials, including metals, plastics, and composites, to create intricate and accurate components. By leveraging CNC technology, CPI ensures efficient production, reduces human error, and achieves tight tolerances, resulting in high-quality finished products.
CAD (Computer-Aided Design) custom designing involves the use of specialized software to create detailed and accurate digital representations of components or structures. CPI utilizes CAD software to develop custom designs based on client requirements. This process includes creating 2D and 3D models, defining dimensions and specifications, and optimizing the design for manufacturability. CAD custom designing enables CPI to visualize and validate designs before fabrication or machining, minimizing errors and potential rework. By leveraging CAD technology, CPI can efficiently translate concepts into precise design files, ensuring seamless integration with the fabrication and machining processes.
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process that builds three-dimensional objects layer by layer using digital design data. CPI utilizes 3D printing technology as a cost-effective and versatile tool in its projects. With the ability to print intricate geometries and complex structures, 3D printing allows CPI to create prototypes, functional parts, and even tooling with reduced lead times and material waste. By employing different types of 3D printers and materials, CPI can address a wide range of applications and produce customized components efficiently. This capability adds flexibility to CPI's manufacturing process and enables rapid iteration and innovation in product development.