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CNC Machining

CNC prototyping uses the subtractive process, which is a process similar to sculpting. You will put the block of material into the machining equipment. The material will be subtracted with the computerized instructions to achieve the shape according to the 3D design you have inputted using CNC machining services. we invest in advanced 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis CNC machines specializing in CNC prototyping services.

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What is CNC machining?

CNC machining is a highly accurate machining process that uses multi-point cutting tools to create parts. This manufacturing process is compatible with almost any material and offers high standards regarding surface finish.

It’s also an efficient technology, offering short lead times and serial production capabilities.

For engineers, product developers, and designers requiring prototyping and low-volume production, WenXuan custom CNC services is the solution. From simple to intricate designs with tight tolerances, our ISO 9001 certified CNC machine shops ensure excellence.

3-Axis machining

3-axis CNC machining involves cutting along three linear axes: left-to-right, back-and-forth, up-and-down. Easy to program and operate, 3-axis mills are effective for simple geometric designs and can be used for a wide variety of parts.

4 Axis CNC machining

In a 4-axis CNC machine, the spindle travels along three axes: up and down, side to side, and back and forth, while the workpiece remains stationary on the machine table. The 4-axis CNC machining further rotates along the X-axis, also known as the A-axis.A 4-axis CNC mill is capable of all the same movements as a 3-axis machining machine, but adds an additional rotary axis, known as the A-axis. This 4th axis is in line with the x-axis used for

5-Axis machining

5-axis CNC machining expands the design potential of the machining process by adding two axes of movement. With no need to reposition between operations, 5-axis machining allows for faster production of more complex parts.

CNC maching Use Cases