CNC Milling Service
CNC milling is a CNC machining process that uses rotary cutting tools, that move along multiple axes to remove material from a block. We provide CNC milling services for any type of customized CNC parts, whether plastic or metal, simple or complex. We got 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis CNC milling centers with high-precision equipment and experienced crews. JTR Machine can help you quickly create designs from simple straight lines to complex geometric shapes and deliver them quickly. This allows your team to focus on bringing your product to market. If you are looking for a reliable CNC milling company, then JTR Machine is your best choice!
Our CNC Milling Capabilities
Fast manufacturing: high-precision will be produced within 1 day.
Quality assurance: we have ISO9001:2008 and TS16949 quality system certification to ensure the good quality of our products.
Short delivery time: our products will be sent to your door within the fastest time we can do.
Our experienced engineers can design the best processing technology and select the appropriate tool according to the customer’s drawings to quickly mill and obtain a good processing surface, maintain strict tolerances, and ensure the best quality. We can provide all types of customized CNC milling parts to meet your project needs. If you encounter any problems when completing CNC milling parts, please contact us and try to get a solution from JTR.
Available Materials for CNC Milling
CNC Milling Products
Surface Finishes for CNC Milling
Anodizing, Bead blasting, Powder Coating, Electroplating, Polishing, Brushing, Painting
Polishing, Brushing, Bead blasting
Bead blasting, Powder Coating, Electroplating, Polishing, Brushing, Painting
Process Specification Requirements
|MAX. Part Diameter||Metal components||Plastic components|
|MIN. Part Diameter||Metal components||Plastic components|
Lowest CNC Service Price
Factors made our price lower than anyone others in the net
|CNC rate||The numerical control rate is estimated to be 60%||The numerical control rate is estimated to be about 15-20%|
|CNC equipment||70 latest CNC Machining Centres, and advanced full-automatic die casting machines from 500T to 1000T with an annual capacity of million pieces of parts. All these factors save much cost from elaboration||Less equipment and most are half-automatic CNC machines|
|Work Team||A professional team with a decade of CNC experience, we make the work more efficient to save much time and financial cost.||Teams with less experience, that’s why projects usually last in a long term.|
If you are looking for a low CNC service price, please do hesitate to get a quote!
CNC Milling Tolerances
± 0.005mm(metal) / ±0.010mm(plastic)
Why Choose JTR for CNC Milling?
Lead Time – JTR Machine uses the latest CNC machines to produce high-precision and fast-milling parts within one day, to offer our customers a very short lead time.
Quality Guaranteed – We can provide all types of customized CNC milling parts to meet your project needs. Our experienced engineers will design the milling process and select the appropriate tool based on your drawings, then do the milling quickly while obtaining a good processing surface. By maintaining our strict tolerances, we ensure you the best quality.
Low cost – By optimizing tool paths and using special cutting tools, 80% of the appearance and mechanical parts can be CNC milled within minutes or even seconds. In most cases, CNC milling is way more cost-effective in mass production compared to 3D printing because of the automated settings.
More material and surface finishing options – In addition to time-saving, another advantage of CNC milling is that various types and specifications of plastics and metal blocks can be used for milling. CNC milled parts can also be subjected to different types of surface treatment, such as painting, anodizing and chrome plating. The perfect combination of functionality and omnipotence.
Ability to handle complex parts – Since the cutting tool of the milling machine can approach the workpiece from multiple different angles, it is possible to create CNC parts with complex shapes. With more axes, more complex parts can be created. If your CNC project requires irregular shapes, milling is usually the best choice.
Overview of CNC Milling
What is CNC Milling?
CNC Milling is a type of CNC machining process that uses rotary cutting tools, that move along multiple axes, to remove material from a block. Our CNC milling process uses 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis indexed milling to rapidly cut a choice of more than 30 engineering-grade thermoplastics and metals into complex shapes and precision components.
How Does CNC Milling Work?
Like other machining processes, CNC milling starts with designers using CAD (computer-aided design) software to create digital parts. Then the file is converted into “G code”, thus can be recognized by the CNC milling machine.
The CNC milling machine has a “worktable” and workpiece fixing devices to fix a large piece of material (called a “workpiece”) in place. The workbench may or may not move, depending on how the machine is set up.
In the process of CNC milling, a rapidly rotating cutting tool comes into contact with the workpiece, thereby cutting away the material. The tool moves according to the G code instruction to cut in the correct position until the part is completed. Some CNC milling machines use moving tables to create more cutting angles.
CNC rolling mills can cut through hard metals. This makes them more versatile than CNC milling machines, which are similar to 3-axis milling machines but have a weaker ability to penetrate hard materials.
A CNC milling machine is different from a CNC lathe or turning center. In a CNC lathe or turning center, the workpiece rotates instead of the cutting tool.
Different Types of CNC Milling
CNC milling machines are usually defined by the number of their axes. More axes mean they can move their tools and/or workpieces in more ways, thus providing greater cutting flexibility and being able to produce more complex parts in less time.
3-axis: Standard CNC milling cutters have a 3 axis, allowing the spindle (and connected cutting tool) to travel along the X, Y, and Z axes. If the cutting tool cannot reach the part area, the part must be removed and rotated manually.
4-axis: Some CNC milling machines add extra degrees of movement by rotating on a vertical axis. This provides greater flexibility and can create more complex parts.
5-axis: The most advanced type of CNC milling machine widely used is a 5-axis milling machine, which adds two additional degrees of motion by increasing the rotation of the table and spindle. Parts usually do not need multiple settings, because the rolling mill can move them to different positions.
CNC Milling Tools
CNC milling machines can be equipped with different knives/tools to achieve different types of cutting. These tools include end mills, face milling cutters, slab milling cutters, fly cutters, ball cutters, hollow cutters, roughing end mills, etc.