CNC Milling Services

Metal and plastic prototype parts customization, CNC milling for small batch prototype parts production, youde offers competitive prices, strict quality assurance, and fast turnaround.
CNC milling

Milling Technical Capability

CNC milling

3-axis/4-axis CNC machining is the simplest and most common form of versatility . Typically used to machine prototype parts with simple geometries and low tolerance levels , which can greatly reduce tool costs and fast turnaround delivery .

CNC Milled Part Materials
CNC milling can be done with different materials than the 3D printing process, our CNC milling is compatible with a wide range of materials, from plastics to metals, machining many grades of steel, stainless steel and aluminium, as well as copper and brass, plastics including ABS , POM, acrylic, PC, PMMA, etc.

Stainless Steel
Carbon Steel
CNC Milling Materials  

CNC Milling Surface Treatment

Special surface treatment can also be applied to CNC parts including nickel plating, chrome plating, anodizing, polishing, passivating and painting, silk-screening according to different material.  we make various surface treatment to ensure that your parts meet all of their structural and appearance requirements.

CNC Milling Surface Treatment

CNC Milling Surface Treatment

hrome Plating
Nickel Plating
Copper Plating
Sand blasting
Heat treating
Laser carving
Spray Painting

CNC Milling Tolerance

We will typically hold all tolerances to within +/- 0.05mm - 0.1mm. The tighter the tolerance, The higher the cost, Our CNC Milling is capable of achieving tight tolerances, But if there aren’t critical areas on your part , There is unnecessary to use the tight tolerances, When you send us your 3D product design, our engineer will review your design and give you suggestion of reasonable tolerance, not only reduce the production cost of a part, but also shorten the required manufacturing time, providing you with more cost effective parts.

CNC Milling Tolerance

What is CNC milling?

CNC milling , or Computer Numerical Control Milling , is a machining process that employs computer-controlled and rotating multi-point cutting tools to gradually remove material from a workpiece and produce a custom-designed part or product . The process is suitable for machining a variety of materials such as metal , plastic , wood , and producing a variety of custom-designed parts and products .

CNC milling is a mechanical process that includes drilling , turning , and various other machining processes , which means that material is removed from a part by mechanical means , such as the action of a milling machine's cutting tool .


CNC Milling FAQ

1.What are the pros and cons of CNC milling?

Advantages of CNC milling : 
1 . CNC milling can automatically process and reduce repetitive work . 
2 . CNC milling has high machined accuracy and can manufacture higher tolerance levels . 
3 . CNC milling can manufacture complex geometrical parts .
4 . CNC milling has high processed efficiency . When the shape and size of the parts need to be changed , only the CNC program needs to be changed , saves production preparation time .

Disadvantages of CNC milling:
1. Higher technical requirements for operators and machine maintenance personnel.
2. The purchase cost of CNC machine tools is relatively expensive.

2.Why is CNC milling used?

CNC milling is able to maintain very tight geometric tolerances for many aspects of some key features such as diameter , true position , profile and flatness . With increasingly affordable tooling costs and the ability to create a wide range of complex parts , CNC milling is a popular project for full-scale fabrication of unique precision parts from prototype to full-scale fabrication .

3.what is cnc milling part?

CNC milling can process complex prototype parts according to the program. CNC milling is suitable for the processing of workpieces with different structures and shapes. It can complete drilling, boring, reaming, plane milling, bevel milling, slot milling, milling surface ( cam), tapping, etc.

4.What is CNC milling used for?

CNC milling is a machining process suitable for producing high-precision, high-tolerance parts in prototype, one-off, and small to medium production runs. The versatility of the milling process allows it to be used in a wide range of industries and for a variety of part features and designs, including slots, chamfers, threads and pockets.

5.Is CNC the same as milling?

Compared with ordinary milling machines, CNC milling machines have the characteristics of high processing accuracy, complex shapes of processed parts, and wide processing ranges. When processing on an ordinary milling machine, it is difficult to ensure the dimensional accuracy, shape and position accuracy and surface roughness of the workpiece, and a CNC milling machine should be selected for processing.

6.What is the difference between CNC milling and turning?

CNC milling

CNC milling is a machining process that produces custom-designed parts or components by gradually removing material from a workpiece using rotating multi-point cutting tools and computer control. These systems typically have three linear degrees of freedom. When the workpieces remain stationary, they can move freely around the X, Y and Z axes. This limited size operation reduces the speed of the operation, making milling more suitable for prototyping and smaller production runs.

CNC turning

CNC turning is a manufacturing process that involves holding rods of material in a chuck and rotating them while a tool is fed into the workpiece to remove material until the desired shape is achieved. Since the desired shape is achieved by removing material, it is also known as subtractive machining.

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