CNC Milling

CNC Milling: From Repetition Manufacturing to Single Piece Production

Using our state-of-the-art equipment, we offer CNC milling services suitable for one-off prototypes and large-scale manufacturing of metal or plastic objects.

Whether you want to complete a simple prototype or need to produce an important part in bulk, our team of experienced CNC technicians can produce your item from a wide range of materials using our CNC milling equipment.

We use high quality CNC equipment from Japan and the United States, allowing us to achieve an incredible degree of precision and consistency. Let our expert team take your project from 2D or 3D sketch into a precise, detailed object.

In addition to CNC milling, we offer precision CNC machining and CNC turning services.

The CNC Milling Process

CNC milling is a manufacturing process that involves the use of computer-controlled milling equipment to remove material – typically metal or plastic – from an object to cut a part into a specific shape.

Since CNC milling equipment is controlled by a computer, it’s possible to achieve an incredible level of accuracy across large-scale manufacturing runs that isn’t possible using human-controlled machinery.

Our state-of-the-art CNC milling equipment can produce precise items from metal and plastic with minimal lead time, letting your company or organization rapidly turn its concept sketch or 3D draft into a physical object.

We can manufacture high quality items to your specifications from a large range of materials, including:

  • Stainless steels (316, 304, 303, 630, 416, 431, Stavax)
  • Tool steels (P20, Orvar, M238, K110, K245, EN25)
  • Case hardening steels (EN36A, E110, S1214)
  • Carbon steels (1020, 1010, 1141, 1146, 4140, 4340, 1045, M300)
  • Aluminiums (7075, 6061, 6262, 6060, 5083, 2011)
  • Plastics (Acetal, Nylon, Peek, PTFE, UHMWPE, PP, Ertalyt)
  • Brass (385, 352, 353)
  • Aluminium bronze
  • Bronze
  • Copper (C110, C147)
  • Silver Steel
  • Magnesium
  • Cast Iron
  • Macor Ceramics
  • Green Carbide

All of our CNC milling processes are subject to full in-house quality inspection to ISO 9001 standards.

Benefits of CNC Milling

There are several significant benefits to using CNC milling over other manufacturing processes. One of the biggest advantages of CNC milling is the level of exactness that can be achieved, particularly over a large-scale production run.

Our CNC milling equipment can produce intricate objects en masse with minimal or no variation between units. We use quality control equipment with a 2 micron level of measuring accuracy to ensure that our milling produces consistent results.

Another significant advantage of CNC milling is the level of efficiency that’s possible using computer-controlled milling equipment. Our CNC milling equipment can work 24 hours a day to complete your manufacturing project with minimal lead time.

As our customer, you benefit from rapid production, absolute consistency and great value for money, whether you’re manufacturing a single prototype or a large run of precise components.

Our CNC Milling Equipment

We complete all CNC milling projects from our state-of-the-art production facility in Melbourne, Victoria. To achieve an extremely high level of accuracy on all items we manufacture, we work with modern equipment from Japan and the United States.

Our production facility contains equipment from leading international brands such as Okuma, Citizen and Micro-Vu. Our diverse selection of CNC milling equipment lets us work with a variety of materials to achieve your project’s goals.

In addition to our precision CNC milling equipment, we use state-of-the-art quality control equipment to measure accuracy to two microns, allowing us to achieve an extreme level of consistency on large-scale CNC production.

Contact Us

Our experienced team can produce your project to an incredible level of precision using our state-of-the-art CNC milling equipment. Whether you need to produce a prototype or several hundred items, we’re here to turn your concept into a reality.

Contact us to speak to our staff and learn more about our CNC milling services or to request an obligation-free quote for your project.