✓ CNC 5Axis Horizontal Milling up to an 8-foot cube.
✓ CNC 4Axis Vertical Milling up to a 5-foot cube.
✓ Swiss Turning 32mm in diameter and 13” in length
✓ EDM Tool & Die
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What type of machining is best for your need?
The 3-axis milling is a machining process by which machines are controlled in three separate axes X, Y and Z. When needed, a fourth axis can be added in the form of a rotary which typically rotates around the X axis. This axis is typically used for positioning of the part, eliminating multiple machining set ups and allowing the part to be made in a single fixture.
The 4th axis is typically used for positioning of the part, eliminating multiple machining set ups, and allowing the part to be made in a single fixture. The fourth axis can also be computer controlled in order to assist in the manufacturing of complex and curved surfaces.
5-axis machining provides infinite possibilities as to the part sizes and shapes you can effectively process. The term “5-axis” refers to the number of directions in which the cutting tool can move. On a 5-axis machining center, the cutting tool moves across the X, Y and Z linear axes as well as rotates on the A and B axes to approach the workpiece from any direction. In other words, you can process five sides of a part in a single setup.