Here at Brackin Machine, we use combinations of services to design, prototype and produce your product, from machining, to 3D printing, to photogrammetry. Our experience in
each of these fields will ensure a satisfactory product for you.
Computer Numerical Control is the use of programs to machine tools and parts using lathes, mills, sinkers, wire edm's ect...
Fabrication includes cutting, bending, welding, grinding, forming, and coating different types of metals, plastics and composites.
At Brackin machine we use SLA and FDM 3D printers to model and prototype parts.
CAD or Computer Aided Drafting is the use of software that allows you to design and model parts in 3D on the computer.
Photogrammetry is the science of making 3D objects from photographs.
Product improvement is the process of making meaningful product changes that result in new customers or increased benefits realized by existing customers. The two most popular ways to make product improvements are to add new features or improve existing ones.
Rendering or image synthesis is the automatic process of generating a photorealistic or non-photorealistic image from a 2D or 3D model
Silicone molds can be used to cast a variety of materials, including polyurethane, polyester and epoxy resins, polyurethane foam, plaster, wax, concrete, low melting metals, and more.
Pneumatics is a branch of engineering that makes use of gas or pressurized air. Pneumatic systems used in industry are commonly powered by compressed air to drive cylinders, air motors, and other pneumatic devices.
Electronics deals with electrical circuits that involve active components such as transisters, diodes, integrated circuits, optoelectonics and sensors, and associated passive electrical components. Custom designd pcb's and programming are often needed to get the desired outcome.
Hydraulics is the use of fluids to create larger pressures and forces with less effort. At a very basic level, hydraulics is the liquid counterpart of pneumatics, which concerns gases.
Metal Spinning is a process by which a disk of metal is rotated at high speed and is formed into a axially symmetric part. Metal spinning does not involve removal of material, as in conventional wood, metal and plastic turning, but forming of sheet metal over a existing shape
CNC plasma tables use plasma to cut metal sheets in specified programmed tool paths.