CNC Machine Projects & Applications

Salberg Machine is full-service CNC machine shop located just outside of Lincoln, Nebraska. We offer precision manufacturing, affordable pricing, and fast turnaround times on all types of CNC machine projects. We are especially dedicated to our work’s quality, which has twice been recognized with “Excellence in Manufacturing” awards from the industrial parts marketplace network known as Xometry. 

CNC Machining Applications

​​Why Choose CNC Machining 

Our services are available to anyone and any industry that has a need for the quality and precision of a CNC machine project. In fact, some industries, like the medical, military, and space exploration industries, tend to rely on the high accuracy of a CNC machine for instruments, parts, and tools that are critical to their operations. At Salberg Machine, we are especially skilled in working with those in the manufacturing, industrial, and agricultural industries. The CNC machine projects we produce for these industries often include complex parts for high-powered machinery, vehicles, and equipment. 

Industries Served

CNC machining is truly revolutionary in the way it attains a degree of complexity and intricacy that most other traditional precision machining technology cannot. It is a subtractive manufacturing technology and can create parts from a wide variety of materials. Some of the most common CNC machining materials, also known as blanks or workpieces, include aluminum, steel, tool steel, stainless steel, brass, ABS, Delrin, and nylon. CNC machining is also very cost-effective compared to other types of machining. This is because the machine is fully automated and requires very little human interaction, other than occasional maintenance. The process begins with converting a CAD, CAM, or CAE file into a G-code that a CNC machine uses as instructions for its operations. During production, little supervision is needed, which allows an operator to program and run multiple CNC machines simultaneously, thus increasing the rate of production with minimal human labor. 


  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Computer Technology
  • Medical 
  • Military 
  • Renewable Energy
  • ​Sea Exploration 
  • Space Exploration