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CNC Milling

What's CNC Milling?

CNC Milling refers to the process of using computer numerical control technology to control processing equipment to complete workpiece processing.


In CNC Milling, the operator uses computer software to create a digital model, and then inputs the model into the machine control system. The control system will control the machining equipment for processing based on the machining path generated by the model, in order to achieve high-precision and high-efficiency workpiece processing. CNC machining is widely used in various industries, such as aviation, automotive, medical, mechanical manufacturing, etc.


Why need to use CNC Milling?

 CNC Milling is that it can greatly improve machining accuracy, efficiency, and production stability. Here are some specific reasons:

  • •High precision: CNC Milling utilizes computer control systems to accurately control the movement and trajectory of processing equipment, avoiding human errors and deviations.
  • •High efficiency: CNC Milling can complete the processing of workpieces through automation, without manual intervention, which can greatly save time and manpower.
  • •Flexibility: CNC Milling can be automated according to different processing requirements, and can efficiently process different complex shapes.
  • •Stability: CNC Milling utilizes a computer control system to ensure consistency in quality and accuracy for each processing, thereby improving production stability and reliability.
  • In short, choosing CNC Milling can improve the competitiveness of enterprises, make them more innovative, efficient, and reduce costs.
What Kind of material Can be Milled ?
Metal materials have some common characteristics:High density, Good thermal conductivity,High strength and hardness,Good toughness and plasticity, Corrosion resistance,Strength varies withe temperature.Wiesel can use the best way to do follow the customer request.

CNC milling--An Ultimate FAQ Guide:
1. What is CNC milling?
CNC milling is a manufacturing process that uses computer-controlled rotary cutters to remove material from a workpiece and create precise shapes and designs.
2. What materials can be used for CNC milling?
CNC milling can be used on a variety of materials including metals, plastics, and wood.
3. What types of products can be created using CNC milling?
CNC milling can be used to create a wide range of products such as automotive parts, aircraft components, medical equipment, and consumer products.
4. How does CNC milling differ from manual milling?
In manual milling, the machine operator controls the movement of the cutting tool. In CNC milling, the cutting tool movement is controlled by computer programming.
5. Is CNC milling suitable for small or large production runs?
CNC milling is suitable for both small and large production runs. It can produce high-quality and consistent results for both small and large quantities.
6. What is the maximum size of a workpiece that can be milled using CNC milling?
The maximum size of a workpiece that can be milled using CNC milling depends on the size and capacity of the milling machine.
7. Are there different types of CNC milling machines?
Yes, there are three main types of CNC milling machines: vertical, horizontal, and 5-axis machines. Each type has its own advantages and is suitable for different types of milling operations.
8. Can CNC milling be used for three-dimensional shapes?
Yes, CNC milling can produce complex and intricate three-dimensional shapes with precision and accuracy.
9. What is the advantage of using CNC milling over traditional machining methods?
CNC milling offers higher efficiency, precision, and repeatability compared to traditional machining methods. It also allows for the production of more complex shapes and designs.
10. Are there any limitations to CNC milling?
One limitation of CNC milling is the initial setup time and cost for programming the machine. Additionally, the size and weight of the workpiece may also present limitations.
11. Can CNC milling be used for prototyping?
Yes, CNC milling is commonly used for prototyping as it allows for quick and accurate production of prototypes that closely resemble the final product.
12. Is CNC milling suitable for high-speed machining?
Yes, CNC milling is ideal for high-speed machining as it uses powerful motors and advanced software to control the cutting tool at high speeds.
13. What is the accuracy and precision of CNC milling?
The accuracy and precision of CNC milling depend on factors such as the quality of the machine, programming, and the skill of the operator. Generally, CNC milling can achieve tolerances within a few thousandths of an inch.
14. How does CNC milling affect production costs?
CNC milling can significantly reduce production costs as it eliminates the need for manual labor, reduces material waste, and allows for efficient use of raw materials.
15. Is it necessary to have technical knowledge to operate a CNC milling machine?
Yes, it is necessary to have technical knowledge and training to operate a CNC milling machine effectively and ensure safe operation.

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Stainless steel :303 ,304 ,316

Mold steel: P20,718H ,718,H13, SKD11,SKD16,NAK80,S136,S136H 

ALLoy steel:Q345,Q420,40Cr,65Mn, 60Mn2Si, 20Cr, 20CrMnTi, GCr15

Aluminum alloy: Al6061,AL6063,Al7075

Copper and Brass:H59,H62


Precision CNC Milling Tolerance

Aluminum Alloy and Brass/copper

with drawing

Stainless steel and Hard steel 

with drawing

No Drawing
Liner Dimension   +/- 0.03mm +/- 0.05mm

ISO2768 Medium


Shaft Diameters +/- 0.03mm +/- 0.05mm



Hole Diameters +/- 0.05mm +/- 0.08mm



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