At Oak City Customs, we have 3 CNC machines ready to serve you! These machines are able to cut precise designs in wood & metal, incorporating them into many of our projects!
Plasma cutting is a process that cuts through electrically conductive materials by means of an accelerated jet of hot plasma. Similar to a cutting torch, but using compressed air to propel the plasma jet through the material!
Our machine handles up to 4' x 8' sheets of material and up to 1" thick. Typical materials we can cut include steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper, and other electrically conductive materials.
This machine allows us to cut parts for many of our items and create repeatable and precise parts. It can be used to cut something as simple as a bracket, tab, gusset, or base plate. Or it can cut complicated shapes such as signs, logos, geometric designs for screens etc... The possibilities for use of this machine are endless and we use it in the majority of the metal products we produce!
SHAPEOKO XXL WOOD ROUTER
This CNC router is a smaller format machine capable of cutting up to 32" x 32" x approx 1.5" or less thick materials. It uses router bits to remove material and is powered by a 1hp router. It is able to cut and engrave materials including plywood, hard wood, plastics, aluminum, brass, epoxy, and other softer materials.
We use this machine frequently to make lettering inlays, which we fill with epoxy, hand router jigs and patterns, and other smaller sized items. This is a great machine for small and detailed work!
SHODA MAXXIM 5' X 10' ROUTER
Powered by a 16hp router spindle with a ride along 8 tool changer, this machine is a 20,000lb beast!
It has a variety of ride along boring and line drilling bits and utilizes a 40hp vacuum pump to fix material to the work table.
It is useful for a variety of task including surfacing slabs and lumber, cutting plywood and hardwood panels to specific sizes and patterns, creating inlays in table tops and panels for epoxy pours, and creating signs.
This is a very precise and powerful high production machine and the possibilities are endless!
Usage of these machines will generally be on a Time and Material (T&M) basis