CNC Milling FAQs

What products or processes do you produce using CNC milling?
Using our CNC milling machines, we can perform a wide range of operations ranging from simple cutting to complex contouring.
What is involved in the CNC milling process?
CNC milling is a computer controlled process used to machine component parts from solid materials in both horizontal and vertical form, depending on the orientation of the spindle. During the CNC 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 comparable technology.
What CNC milling operations do you perform?
  • Drilling
  • Boring
  • Milling
  • Thread Milling
  • Tap
  • Reaming
Secondary Operations
  • Laser Engraving
  • Wire EDM
  • Grinding
  • Thread Rolling
  • Assembly
  • Special Packaging
What materials do you process using CNC milling?
  • Steels – Alloy, Carbon, Stainless
  • Non-Ferrous – Aluminum, Brass
  • Zinc
  • Plastics
  • Cast and Sintered Metals
  • Forgings
What CNC milling tolerances do you work with?
We work with tolerances of .0005"
What is the size range of your CNC milling capabilities?
We can CNC mill parts within a 24" cube.
Do you offer any metal treating processes for CNC milled parts?
We offer heat treating, anodizing, plating, painting, and welding.
Are you able to mark CNC milled parts?
Yes, laser engraving and dot peen part marking are services that we offer.