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Diamond Machining

CNC Diamond Cutting Machine for Exceptional Precision

Rapid prototypes and full-scale manufacture
All manufacturing processes are in house
Using the largest range of plastic materials
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Precision Diamond Machining Components

At IPFL, we harness the exceptional precision of diamond machining to create superior quality plastic components. Utilizing diamond-tipped machine cutters, we achieve a level of finish that is unparalleled. This advanced technique is ideal for producing components with ultra-smooth surfaces and intricate details. Our diamond machining service is complemented by a range of other capabilities including CNC routing, milling, laser cutting, and UV digital printing, providing comprehensive solutions for all your high-precision component needs.

Diamond Machining: The IPFL Edge

Superior Surface Finish: The use of diamond-tipped cutters ensures the smoothest possible surfaces, surpassing conventional machining methods.
Advanced Material Compatibility: Our diamond machining process is suitable for a variety of plastics, each selected for optimal performance and finish.
Customized Precision: From intricate prototypes to detailed production parts, our diamond machining is customized to meet the exact specifications of your project.

Why Choose IPFL for Diamond Machining?

Unmatched Surface Quality: Our diamond machining provides finishes that are ideal for high-visibility components and critical-use applications.
Efficiency and Accuracy: This process offers rapid production without sacrificing the quality or precision of the machined part.
Expertise and Innovation: With years of experience in diamond machining, we bring a level of craftsmanship and technological innovation that ensures the success of your project.

Which materials do we use for Diamond Machining?

Acrylic

Acrylic's properties include high machinability, good thermal properties for a broad range of temperatures, and the distortion-free light transmission.
Appearance
Transparent
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
plastic laser welding cnc routing

Acetal

Acetal is a high strength, high rigidity homopolymer with excellent surface coeffiecient making it ideal for demanding industrial and medical applications.
Appearance
Tough smooth finish
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
Acetal Plastic Product Development

COC

This very new material is now being leverage for applications where other materials such as acrylic could not perform.
Appearance
Transparent
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
Micro-fluidic Diffusion Bonded manifold

PEEK

PEEK (polyetheretherketone) is a high performance plastic utilised for applications requiring chemical and water resistance as well as high temperature applications.
Appearance
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
Product Developers and Specialists UK

Ultem

ULTEM is a High performance thermoplastic, also known as PEI, or polyetherimide, and is usually transparent amber in colour.
Appearance
Tan transparent
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
ultem uk plastics

PVC

PolyvinylChloride (PVC) is a well known and widely used plastic polymer which comes in two basic forms with slightly varying properties.
Appearance
Various
Toughness
Flexibility
Temperature Resistant
Technical Information
custom PVC plastic Enclosure manufacturer UK
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Diamond Machining Applications - Precision and Perfection in Every Cut

IPFL’s diamond machining services are expertly tailored to meet the specific needs of projects that demand exceptional surface finishes and intricate detailing. We cater to a broad range of applications, ensuring that each component, whether a part of a complex assembly or a standalone piece, is machined to perfection.

Our diamond machining is ideal for:

  • Optical Quality Surfaces: Achieving mirror-like finishes on acrylic and other plastics, perfect for lenses and light guides.
  • High-Precision Components: Creating parts with extremely tight tolerances and smooth finishes, essential for scientific and medical applications.
  • Aesthetic Detailing: Producing components that require a superior aesthetic finish, like display items or high-end consumer products.