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What is CNC Milling?
It’s is a type of machining that uses cutters to shape a workpiece, often on a moveable tabletop, although some milling machines also feature movable cutters. Milling started out as a manual task performed by humans, but most milling tasks are done by a CNC mill, which utilizes a computer to oversee the milling process. CNC milling gives higher precision, accuracy, and production rates, but there are still some situations when manual milling is practical. Manual milling requires a lot of technical skill and experience, offering shorter turnaround times. It also has the added benefit that manual mills are cheaper and the user doesn’t need to worry about programming the machine.
Advantages of CNC Milling
- The ideal process for the multiple types of workpieces with different structures and shapes, and can complete drilling, boring, reaming, milling planes, milling bevels, milling grooves, milling surfaces (cams), tapping, etc.
- High machining accuracy, and under normal circumstances, the accuracy of the workpiece can be guaranteed.
- The CNC milling machine automatically completes the processing of parts according to the pre-programmed processing procedures.
One of the most widely used techniques to create parts. Standard CNC mills have 3 axes, which allows the workpiece to remain still while the attached cutting tool moves along the X, Y, and Z axes to mill the part.
Used to create more complex CNC machined parts. It incorporates an extra degree of movement by rotating vertically, allowing greater flexibility and introducing more continuous machining.
The most advanced and widely used type of CNC mill in this industry. It incorporates three traditional axes and an additional two extra degrees of movement. It operates by adding rotation to both the worktable and spindle.
Moxperts offer a wide variety of certified metal and plastic materials for rapid prototyping services.
Anodize Type I
Anodized Type II
Anodized Type III Hard coat or PTFE