What is CNC Milling
CNC Milling Machine uses a rotating cylindrical cutter that moves along multiple axes and creates profiles, slots, holes and details in material to turn it into a machined part.
Most machines operate on three to five axes, creating high precision and detail profiles. Modern CNC milling machines are based on both horizontal and vertical machining centres. Components can be made with most materials – not only steel but others such as plastics and composite materials.
Technical features include automatic tool changers, tool carousels & magazines, coolant systems, and enclosures to keep machines running on their own without manual interference.
Most machines operate on three to five axes, creating much more precision and detail. Modern CNC milling machines are assembled as both horizontal and vertical machining centres. Components can be made with materials such as plastics, ceramics, and composite materials, in addition to metals.
Technical features include automatic tool changers, tool carousels & magazines, coolant systems, and enclosures to keep machines running smoothly on their own without manual interference.
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We work with a diverse range of materials in meeting industry’s needs:
- Metals including stainless steel, mild steel, incaloy, aluminium, brass & bronzes, copper and titanium
- Plastics including PVC, PTFE, PEEK, ABS, acetal, acrylic, nylon, polypropylene, and polycarbonate
- Ferrous and non-ferrous castings