Custom CNC Milling
Custom CNC milling machines can be used to make squares/flat faces, notches, chamfers, channels, profiles, keyways and other features that require precisely cut angles. A majority of CNC operations can be done by milling and turning, making this a versatile option for most customers. EKO Industries’ multi-axis CNC milling and turning machines are able to handle a range of instructions to produce end products with a wide variety of industrial applications. Our engineers work closely with you to ensure that the CNC machines are accurate to optimize your production.
Frequently Asked Questions about Custom CNC Milling
What Materials can Eko Industries Custom CNC Milling be Used For?
Our expert engineers can program the CNC software to achieve a range of specific and complicated tasks. Our multi-axis CNC milling and turning equipment can work with materials including metals like aluminum, steel, titanium, copper, brass, zinc, bronze, and magnesium; plastics like PVC, nylon, and peek; other materials like wood, fiberglass, and foam. EKO Industries is capable of handling a wide variety of industrial specifications and materials – reach out to us for more information on our CNC machines and software.
What Are the Steps In the CNC Milling Process?
CNC milling machines use computerized programming software to operate machine tools to cut and shape your desired materials. The stages followed by a CNC milling machine are the same as all other CNC machines, including designing the CAD model software, converting CAD files into the CNC program, setting up the CNC machine, and executing the production. You can find out more about our CNC machining services or read our blog post for in-depth information on the CNC milling process.
Our multi-axis CNC milling and turning machines use rotary cutters to shape the products as requested. CNC mills are a common CNC equipment type as they can cut through material according to the required depth, angles, and direction specified in the CNC software. Our multi-axis CNC milling machines move on X, Y, and Z-axis with rotation on the A and B axes to facilitate complex machine operations with higher precision. Find out more about CNC milling machines in our blog post.