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We offer CNC milling service for any types of custom CNC parts, whatever plastics or metals, simple or complex. With our precision 3-, 4- and 5-axis CNC milling centers, combined with other advanced capabilities and our experienced team, we can offer high quality CNC parts as well as fast delivery. We guarantee your CNC milling projects will be handled smoothly by our in-house CNC department and supplier network, which means your team can focus on bringing your product to market. If you’re looking for a reliable CNC milling company, Xiehe will never let you down!
Our CNC Milling Capabilities
Our CNC Milling Capabilities

This shows how we mill a precision and complex part from our 5 Axis milling-machines with different types of tools and how we guarantee the quality by using on-machine inspection system.

Our experienced engineers are able to select the right tools, optimize tool paths to cut fast and achieve good milling surface, as well as keeping tight tolerance. We can provide all types of custom CNC milled parts to meet your project needs.

If you are having any problem to get your CNC milling parts done, contact us and try to get a solution from Xiehe.

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Typical CNC Milling Parts That We Offer
CNC milling is very flexible way to create prototype or manufacture high volume end-used parts. Plus wide ranges of milling materials are available, it fit most types of projects. Our CNC experts know how to cut your parts fast to reduce the cost, and how to mill the complex geometry and tight tolerance custom designed parts in different materials. We have delivered million+ high quality CNC parts to our worldwide customers.
Overview: What is CNC Milling?
What is CNC milling?

CNC milling is a particular form of precision machining in which a cutter removes material by moving into the workpieces at an angle. The movement of the cutter is controlled by computer instructions, allowing for extreme precision and repeatability.

Milling is different to CNC turning, another popular CNC service in which a single-point cutting tool is used to cut the workpieces from block or bar materials while it is rotated at speed in a chuck. Unlike milling, CNC turning is generally used to create round or tubular shapes.

CNC milling can be used for the rapid manufacture of either prototypes or end-use parts

How CNC milling works

Like other machining processes, CNC milling begins with designers creating a digital part using CAD (Computer aided Design) software. The file is then converted into “G Code,” which can be recognized by a CNC mill.

CNC mills have a “worktable” and work holding device to keep a block of material — known as the “workpiece” — in place. The worktable may or may not move, depending on the style of the machine.

During the CNC milling process, the rapidly rotating cutting tool makes contact with the workpiece, cutting away material. The tool moves according to the G-Code instructions so that cuts are made in the right places until the part is finished. Some CNC mills use moving worktables to create a greater number of cutting angles.

CNC mills can cut through hard metals. This makes them more versatile than CNC routers, which are similar to 3-axis mills but less capable of penetrating hard materials.

CNC mills are different to CNC lathes or turning centers, where the workpieces rotates rather than the cutting tools.

Different types of CNC mill

CNC mills are often defined by their number of axes. More axes mean they can move their tool and/or workpieces in a greater number of ways, giving greater cutting flexibility and the ability to make more complex part in a shorter time.

3-axis: Standard CNC mills have 3 axes, allowing the spindle (and attached cutting tools) to travel along the X, Y and Z axes. If the cutting tool cannot reach an area of the part, the part must be removed and manually rotated.

4-axis: Some CNC mills incorporate an extra degree of movement by rotating on a vertical axis. This enables greater flexibility and the ability to create more complex part.

5-axis: The most advanced type of widely used CNC mill is the 5-axis mill, which incorporates two extra degrees of movement, often by adding rotation to both the worktable and spindle. Parts usually don’t require multiple setups, since the mill can manipulate them into different positions.

Cutting tools for CNC mills

CNC mills can be fitted with different cutters / tools to enable different types of cutting. These include end mills, face mills, slab mills, fly cutters, ball cutters, hollow mills, roughing end mills and many others.

CNC Milling FAQ
Why use CNC milling?
Besides CNC turning, CNC milling is one of the most popular custom manufacturing processes. CNC milling is used for the majority of machined part because it can handle a wide variety of irregular geometries. It is also an efficient means of mass production once the setup is complete
What kind of equipment do you use?
Xiehe facilities contain high-end 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis machining centers, including models from Haas and JingDiao.
Can I combine milling with other processes?
Yes. We can use a CNC machine to mill details, features and text onto parts made using other processes like casting and 3D printing.
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