CNC Milling Service
CNC milling service is dedicated to creating complex geometries and features on plastic and metal parts for prototypes and low-volume manufacturing. We have more than forty multi-axis CNC machining centers imported from the Japan and Korea.Our CNC milling services are designed to provide you with a complete and rapid turn-key solution for your next project.
What Is CNC Milling?
Milling is the process of removing material from a solid block to create a finished or semi-finished shape. The process is guided by your CAD file, optimized to create a physical copy of your digital design.
In CNC milling, the work piece is held in a rigid vice or holding fixture, mounted on a work table. This table rotates as well as pivots, making two axes of movement. Cutting tools mounted on a rotating spindle remove material to create a variety of complex geometries and part features on the work piece. The real advantage of a multi-axis milling machine is that the worktable and the spindle move on many axes independent to one another, providing not only accuracy and repeatability but also versatility.
Why Choose CNC Milling?
CNC milling is ideal for making angled shapes, slots and channels, chamfers, holes, curves and flat surfaces, among many other features. A CNC mill removes large amounts of material fast with high accuracy, while producing a good surface finish. Milling can be done on any rigid material, though we primarily work with metals and plastics. Of all available CNC machining processes, milling is the most versatile.Set-up time is minimal, so a CAD file can be translated into a finished part in a matter of hours. Because there is no need to make other specialty tools, you aren’t committed to a minimum order quantity so the process is very cost effective with little waste.
What Kinds Of Material Can Be CNC Milled?
While potentially any solid, stable material can be milled, we have a standard selection of raw material including hard plastics and aluminum, various steels, brass, copper and other alloys.
Note that some hardened steels may be too hard to CNC machine, or else would require specialty cutting tools and longer processing times. Soft elastomers plastics may also be impossible to mill since they cannot be held in a fixed position or would change in shape under the pressure of the cutting tool.
How Does CNC Milling Work?
Today, CNC milling machines are available in vertical and horizontal models, which feature different operations and components, as well as a few similar pieces of hardware:
Cutter: Shapes the product.
Spindle: Rotates the chuck across multiple axes.
Chuck: Locks your material in place for machining.
Interface: Reads computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) files and controls the milling machine with operator input.
Operations of CNC milling centers will adhere to a few core steps, including:
1.Input CAD or CAM document
2.Install machining material and appropriate cutter
3.Launch milling operation via the interface
4.Inspect product quality post-machining
While shaping a material into a product, the spindle will move across the Z, Y and X axes. A five-axis milling center will cross other axes.
Advantages of CNC Milling
Like other types of computer numerical controls for machining applications, CNC milling offers several benefits, including:
· Accuracy: Whether you're producing an initial prototype or final product, you can trust the item will match the measurements dictated in your CAD or CAM file. That level of precision gives you several advantages, including improved productivity and lowered material waste. It also maximizes your costs for machining the hardware.
· Versatility: The availability of vertical and horizontal CNC milling machines, as well as CNC milling centers in multiple axes, offers excellent versatility. As a result, they can handle projects with varying complexities and parameters with precision.
· Reproducibility: No matter how you're applying CNC, whether for turning, lathing or drilling, you can count on the machines to produce your product per your CAD or CAM file every time. That leads to benefits similar to those offered by the accuracy of CNC milling centers, such as decreased waste and increased efficiency.
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Phone: +86 138 2885 2656
Tel: +86 138 2885 2656
Add: 2nd Floor NO.39,Zhenan West Road,Chang An,Dong Guan,China 523878