CNC Milling is a subtractive manufacturing process that removes material from a part. Stock material usually in the form of a billet is secured to a vise or fixture mounted to the machine. A high rpm spindle with cutting tools cuts away material until the finished parts dimensions are met.
CNC Manufacturing offers lower initial investment vs. molds used in forging or casting.
Lower lead times vs casted and molded products.
CNC mills can be used to finish features on castings or forged parts.
CNC Milling is economical for low quantity prototype manufacturing.
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