CNC Punching Services

PunchingPunching is a process that uses a CNC machine to shear, notch, and punch angles and flat bars. O'Neal Manufacturing Services utilizes Anglemasters, iron workers, and other equipment to plasma cut, punch, drill, and tap metal components to produce both linear and plate items in a cost effective manner.

Our sheet and plate machines have computer numerical controls (CNC) that allow for production repeatability and are programmed from CAD software to reduce errors. Typical material thicknesses for punching is ½" thick and below.

Material Types Steel A36, Inquiry on other material
Stainless Steel 304/304L, 316/316L
Aluminum 3003, 5052, 6061
Maximum Material Thickness Steel 5/8
Stainless Steel 5/8
Aluminum 5/8
Maximum (Material) Width 60
Maximum (Material) Length 144
Maximum Punched hole size Varies with thickness of material
Secondary Operations Press brake forming, machining, welding, painting, kitting and assembly
Industry Focus Material Handling, Industrial eqiupment, Military
Industry Standards and Certifications ISO 9001: 2008
American Welding Society (AWS)
Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB)
Association of American Railroads (AAR)

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