CNC Milling

Ready to Meet Your CNC Milling Needs

We meet your needs with CNC horizontal and vertical machining centers focused on speed and accuracy. These CNC machines provide excellent rigidity, chip to chip speeds, spindle speeds and precision, and tool capabilities. To enhance our manufacturing processes, the equipment is equipped with high pressure coolant systems, rotary tables, chip conveyors, tool setters, and tool life monitoring systems.

Advantages You Enjoy with Nolte

  • Experienced Precision Machining Expertise
  • Just In Time Delivery of Parts
  • Flexible Order Volume for Changing Markets
  • Expert Design and Cost Assessment
  • Volume Material Purchasing
  • Light Assembly Services

Your Partner for Higher Efficiency and Lower Total Costs

Supplying your made-to-spec components on time is just the beginning of what we do. As your precision machining partner, our goal is to meet and surpass your expectations by helping you realize process improvements that optimize efficiency and reduce costs. Through flexibility and responsive solutions, we are committed to meeting your current and future CNC milled parts needs. You can rely on Nolte and trust our team to be an extension of your team - ready, capable, and dedicated to your success.

Dependable Quality and Consistency

Through the use of industry-leading CAD/CAM software, we verify machining processes prior to launch on the production floor. Our CNC milling equipment delivers quick, consistent, and programmable control, for a part that is easily manufactured with the highest degree of quality and consistency.

Contact us for an appointment to begin the Nolte Precise Process and discover a total cost solution to your parts fulfillment needs.

About CNC Milling

Computer controlled or CNC milling is a process used to machine component parts from solid materials in both horizontal and vertical form, depending on the orientation of the spindle. In the milling process, both the cutter and the workpiece are moved with precise control to less than 0.001 in (0.025 mm), usually by means of precision ground slides and lead screws or a similar technology.

CNC milling machines perform a wide range of operations ranging from simple cutting to complex contouring. Cutting fluid to typically used with CNC milling machines to cool and lubricate the work surface.

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Technical Specifications

Materials
Steels - Alloy, Carbon, Stainless
Non-Ferrous - Aluminum, Brass
Zinc
Plastics
Cast and Sintered Metals
Forgings
Operations
Drilling
Milling
Boring
Thread milling
Tapping
Reaming
Secondary Operations
Laser Engraving
Wire EDM
Grinding
Thread rolling
Assembly
Special packaging
Outsourced Operations
Heat treating
Anodizing
Plating
Painting
Welding
Diameter Size Ranges
24" x 24"
Max Lengths
24"
Tolerances
.0005"
CAD/CAM Software
Espri
CAD Software
Alibre
CMM Software
PC-DMIS
File Types
pdf, dxf, dwg, par, sldprt, igs
Quality Certifications
ISO 9001:2008

What Our Clients Say

BAE Systems testimonial"When Nolte says they're going to do something, they do it. It's nice to work with a company that you feel has a lot of integrity."

Sandy E. -Senior Buyer at BAE Systems (Military Contractors) Fairfield, OH

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Nolte Precise Manufacturing

6850 Colerain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45239
P 513-923-3100
F 513-741-5404
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Industry Leaders

Proud member of the Precision Machined Products Association since its founding in 1933.

PMPA MembershipISO 9001:2008National Tooling and Machining Association member

Regional Focus

Connecticut
Indiana
Illinois
Kentucky
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia/W.VA
Washington, D. C.
Wisconsin