Creating intricate components, precision drilling and boring, machining flat surfaces.


Heavy-duty cutting operations, machining large, flat surfaces, cutting slots and grooves.

What is CNC Milling?

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling is a process where computer-controlled machines remove material from a workpiece to create desired shapes and features. Unlike traditional manual milling, CNC milling automates the control of machine tools, ensuring high precision, repeatability, and efficiency. This process involves using rotary cutters to remove material, producing a variety of shapes, slots, holes, and contours.

Materials Used in CNC Milling

Common materials used in CNC milling include metals such as aluminum, steel, and titanium, and plastics like ABS, polycarbonate, and nylon. Mia Makina ensures high-quality machining services for these materials, meeting diverse industry needs with precision and efficiency.

Benefits of CNC Milling

  • Enhanced Precision and Accuracy: Ensures tight tolerances and consistent, high-quality parts.
  • Increased Efficiency and Productivity: Capable of high-speed operations with minimal downtime.
  • Greater Flexibility: Easily reprogrammable for different tasks and materials.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Long-term savings due to reduced material waste and lower labor costs.

CNC Milling Services at Mia Makina

Mia Makina offers a comprehensive range of CNC milling services:

  • Prototype Milling: High-precision prototypes for design validation.
  • Small Batch Production: High-quality parts with quick turnaround times.
  • High-Volume Production: Consistent quality for large-scale manufacturing.
  • Custom Part Manufacturing: Tailored components for unique designs.
  • Multi-Axis Milling: Complex operations with multi-axis capabilities.
  • Precision Machining: Ensuring tight tolerances and exceptional surface finishes.
  • Rapid Milling: Expedited production for tight deadlines.
  • Milling for Various Materials: Expertise in metals, plastics, and composites.
  • Secondary Operations: Deburring, finishing, surface treatments, and assembly.

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