CNC Milling Service
BEST Parts is a professional online parts manufacturing company that provide precision CNC milling service with advanced milling centers from 3-, 4-, to 5- axis, we offer global custom CNC machining parts online for various industries demand. Our precision CNC milling machine and 20+ Years experienced team guarantee our advanced CNC milled parts quality, we can handle all your CNC milling projects smoothly from design, prototyping, producing to final transportation.
CNC Milling Service Online
Custom 1-100000 PCS CNC Milled Parts
Factory direct price & 3-25 days fast lead-time
Latest CNC Milled Parts
We use 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis CNC machining centers to provide a wide range of custom machined parts services. Our skilled mechanics can use a wide range of plastic and metal materials to make turning and milling parts.
Why Choose Best Parts for CNC Milling Parts?
Choose Best Parts to help you with your CNC Machining needs, we use state-of-the-art machinery and have over 20 years experience working in the precision engineering industry. We are capable of working on a full range of projects from small to large. Our CNC Machining Systems are rapid and efficient. For more information on our CNC Machining Services or any of our Precision Engineering Services such as CNC Turning or CNC Milling, please contact us.
Features Of CNC Milling in Best Parts Inc.
CNC milling services at Best parts have many advantages for product development that can make it the ideal solution not only for rapid prototyping but also for volume production. Here is what you should consider.
- Quick removal of large amounts of metal as well as engineering-grade plastic resins
- Highly accurate and repeatable
- Excellent for making complex geometries
- Suitable for many different kinds of substrates
- Scalable volumes from one to 100,000
- Low investment in tooling and preparation cost
- Fast turnaround
- Parts are full-strength and can be put into service immediately
- Excellent surface finishes
- Easily customized
What is CNC Milling？
CNC Milling is the process of cutting and drilling material (like plastic or metal). A milling machine, regardless of whether it’s operated manually or through CNC, uses a rotating cylindrical tool called a milling cutter. It is held in a spindle and can vary in form and size. The main difference between a milling machine and any other drilling machine is the ability to cut at different angles and move along different axes. Various complex parts can be processed quickly.
How is the CNC Milling Work?
CNC milling is a subtractive manufacturing process. It starts by fixturing a block of metal or plastic materials inside the CNC milling machine. The CNC milling machine will transfer the CAD model file into CNC readable program–G code, which is used to program the CNC machine rapidly mill our parts from raw material blocks. Our 3-, 4- and 5-axis CNC machines are equipped with different tool-sets to maximize production efficiency and speed.
What Materials can be CNC Milled?
We work with a wide range of plastic and metal alloy materials including magnesium, mild and stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and titanium as well as rigid engineering grade plastic resins. These materials are part of our standard inventory and can be sourced for immediate availability from reliable vendors who have been thoroughly vetted and approved by us. In addition, we can also provide specialty materials such as super hard alloys – just talk with our engineers to learn how we can meet your needs.
Most importantly, to ensure that your CNC machined parts meet all regulatory requirements we have an incoming materials inspection lab where we use sophisticated analytic testing instruments using Raman spectroscopy to confirm the exact chemical and physical properties of all raw materials. We leave nothing to chance for your peace of mind.
Industrial Applications of CNC Milled Parts
The shapes that can be made by CNC Milling include various flat surfaces, tapers, contours, fillet and radius contours, and threaded surfaces. Although many turned parts use a single axis of rotation, there can also be multiple axes to provide greater flexibility (for example, camshafts).
engine, housing, screws, motor shafts, bearing sleeves, knobs, gaskets, shift levers, hydraulic valves, valve housings, sensor housings
fasteners, bushings, screws (rivets, bolts, nuts), shafts, engine components
medical speculums, auxiliary surgical instruments, optoelectronic instrument components
PCB auxiliary board, light-receiving end interface ferrule assembly, optical device metal assembly, product metal shell