We have 1,000’s of punches and endmills including all the standard shapes, rounds, connectors, and stock switch sizes, among others. We can machine gauges ranging from .020” to .500” on the X, Y, and Z axes with 40 different tools in a single program all capable of a .005” tolerance. These state-of-the-art CNC machining centers allow extremely fast cutting speeds up to 150 inches/minute on .125” aluminum.
We are capable of making simple and complex bends for your panel design. Our fully electric CNC press brake equipment can precisely add flanges, returns, panel stiffeners and brackets to your design.
Precision Graphics finishes aluminum panels with zinc plating and chromate conversion per MIL-C-5541B. We provide complete anodizing which includes clear, black, and even color anodizing. For features like grounds, masked areas are also an option.
If your panels require any hardware, we can install it. We carry an extensive array of nuts, screws, studs, pins, rivets, and standoffs in imperial and metric by the brands, PEM, Southco, and Captive Fastener. This hardware comes in your choice of stainless, zinc plated, and nylon. We always have the ability to assemble complete panels and brackets in conjunction with metal fabrication. Typically, our use of solid rivets allows for more accurate assembly than welding. Technical parts with unique bends and angles are properly accommodated by the wide clearance of our equipment. Both short and long runs are practical with our streamlined and automatic tooling setup.
Lenses are a great option when windows need to be thick enough to protect displays against harsh environments. Finishes and colors for lenses are on a case by case basis, but polycarbonate and acrylic are frequently the materials we handle. The lenses are machined in the same department as the metal substrate they are dropped into so an accurate fit is assured.
If desired, we can paint exposed areas of your front panels with two different industrial grade paint systems. The colors of which match any Pantone/PMS and RAL specifications. The first is powder coating and the second is a more conventional wet spray paint. It is a catalyzed acrylic-urethane based paint that precisely mixes 16 base colors for an accurate color match. Often, a matching or contrasting paint enhances the appearance of the front graphic layer.
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