cnc machining services

titanium laser marking servicesFor titanium laser marking of the highest caliber, look no further than C & C Machine. Our New England-based CNC machining complex is well equipped to laser mark titanium for all types of applications, including aerospace, industrial, consumer, architectural, jewelry and medical. Whether you need thousands of titanium parts laser engraved or just one, we're the job that can get it done with precision and quickness.

To laser mark titanium metal, we use a UW-180 Open-Frame Laser Marker. It features a 32" diameter dial plate with indexer, pre-drilled/tapped 12"x12" stages with stepping motors and a programmable work envelope.

We'll laser mark virtually anything onto titanium, including:

  • Logos
  • Barcodes
  • Serial numbers
  • Taglines
  • Labels
  • Nameplates
  • Detailed graphics

We can engrave different types of titanium, including:

  • Titanium 6/4
  • Titanium 6/6/2
  • Grade 4 titanium

Learn More About Our Titanium Laser Marking Services

For a free initial titanium laser marking consultation, call us today at (978) 649-0285. We're located in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts and provide services throughout the MA, Greater Boston, New Hampshire (NH), Vermont (VT), Rhode Island (RI), Connecticut (CT), New York (NY), New England and internationally.

Our Work

At C & C Machine we utilize the latest technology of shop floor control and Cad/Cam systems to take your products from concept to reality. Our precision machining centers are equipped to maximize production, quality, and cost effectiveness.

ITAR and ISO:9001:9008 Registered

About

C & C Machine, Inc., established in 1986 in our father's garage, has grown into a CNC machining complex. From simple parts to very complex, prototype to production, plastics to metals, we make them all.

Contact Us

78 Progress Ave.
Tyngsboro, MA 01879

Ph: 978-649-0285
Fax: 978-649-0286
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Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.