CNC milling is a precise repeatable process that is cost efficient for prototyping and low-to-high volume manufacturing.
CNC Milling is a subtractive manufacturing process that removes material from a workpiece. Stock material usually in the form of a billet or block is secured to a vise or fixture mounted to the machine. A high rpm spindle motor with cutting tools removes material until the finished parts dimensions are met.
Examples: Bicycle cranks, pedals, stems, cabinet hardware, brackets, heatsinks, electronics enclosures.
Commonly Machined Materials:
Steel: low-high carbon
Stainless Steel Grades: 300,303,304 420,440.
-Other materials machinable on request.
A Row Of 4 Axis Machines
4 and 5* axis machines producing CNC parts.
3 Axis Machine Producing CNC Parts
Charlie checking finished part dimensions.
4 Axis Batch Table