CNC Milled and Powder Coated Panel Aluminum 6061 Wall Mount Bracket

CNC Milled and Powder Coated Panel Aluminum 6061 Wall Mount Bracket

Process CNC
Material Metal
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 5 workdays


About Project

A customer who makes high-end audio equipment needed a wall mount bracket for their speakers. They wanted a strong, light, and attractive material that matched their brand and quality.

They chose us at FacFox, a professional CNC machining service provider, and we recommended CNC milled and powder coated panel aluminum 6061 for their bracket. Aluminum 6061 is a versatile and easy-to-machine metal. It has a good strength-to-weight ratio, low cost, recyclability, non-magnetic, heat treatable, and natural corrosion resistance. Powder coating is a process that adds color and protection to the metal surface.

We used our CNC milling machines to create the panel aluminum 6061 brackets with high precision and quality. We made the brackets with small holes for screws, big round holes and rectangle holes for buttons, screen, and vent. We also applied the powder coating to the brackets with our on-site plant. We delivered the brackets on time and within budget.

The customer was happy with the results. The CNC milled and powder coated panel aluminum 6061 brackets were durable, lightweight, and aesthetically pleasing. The brackets fit their speakers perfectly and provided a stable and secure mounting.

If you need a reliable and cost-effective solution for your CNC machining needs, contact us today at FacFox. We have over 10 years of experience in CNC machining and can handle any project size and complexity. We offer fast turnaround times, competitive prices, and excellent customer service. Let us help you turn your ideas into reality.


  • Step 1: The CAD model was examined and transformed into a CNC-compatible format with the software AutoCAD.
  • Step 2: A most suitable type of CNC machine was chosen according to the complexity of the product design and the cost of the workpiece.
  • Step 3: Certain operations were configured and the G-codes were input on the machine. The workpiece was mounted on the machine as well.
  • Step 4: The workpiece got shaped and the holes were drilled automatically. It would be inspected during and after the machining process for quality assurance.
  • Step 5: The panel was cleaned and degreased as preparation, then it was sprayed using a spray gun. The part was then moved into a curing oven, in which the heat melted the powder and forms a smooth and durable coating.