At CCT our goal is quite simple:  have fun producing challenging parts, be on the cutting edge of new techniques to improve production, and, most importantly, make our customers look great.  Discover the difference today!

What sets CCT Precision apart:
  • Ability to machine materials other companies won’t consider
  • Development of proprietary techniques to machine stable, quality, tight-tolerance parts
  • State-of-the-art equipment on the floor and in our Quality Department
  • Medium size corporation – allows us to adapt to customers’ needs
  • Fair pricing, exceptional quality, reliable turnaround time
  • Established 1999
  • 50 employees, 15,000 square feet shop floor, 24 + machines
  • ISO Certified, AS Compliant, ITAR Certified

Why Machine over other processes?

  • Die Cutting – Many parts are too thick or too hard for die cutting. Machining doesn’t have the tooling expenses associated with dies.
  • Laser Cutting – Many materials do not respond well to laser cutting. We can hold very tight tolerances and produce parts without burning.
  • Waterjet Cutting – Many materials de-laminate when cut with a waterjet. Our process can produce cleaner, more accurate parts than waterjet cutting.
  • EDM-Wire Cutting – We can process many materials that cannot be EDM Wire cut.
  • Knife Cutting – We can cut many materials that are too thick for knife cutting.
  • Injection Molding – We can produce prototype parts for testing prior to expensive molds being produced. We can also do secondary machining of molded parts.
  • Stamping – Our process can often produce better-looking parts more cost-effectively than stamping.
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Machined Aluminum

The panels came in late last week and they looked great!  I was very pleased with the special packaging you provided. It saved me a bunch of time prior to shipping overseas.

Thank you so much for your great support!  You all went above and beyond the call of duty on this one!

Les Reynolds, Smart Machine

At the beginning of the year we delivered two science instruments that you guys helped with for the project called ICON – The Ionspheric Connection Explorer with the University of California, Berkeley. Our instrument is called the IVM – Ion Velocity Meter. They’ve integrated the instruments on the payload deck and are starting some environmental testing. You can check the news here.

We really did appreciate your help with this. But, since we had some leftover parts, we decided to build another instrument to go on what’s called a cube sat project called Sortie. It’s a concept type project with no real oversight. If it works it could lead to more.

We still need a few parts. Can you help us again?

Les Zac, University of Texas Dallas

What an awesome job your company  is doing for us. Great customer service. Greatly appreciate.

Arleen LaForest, XTO, Inc.