What is CNC Vertical Machining? Vertical CNC machine refers to CNC milling operations that utilize vertical milling machines. The machines have vertically oriented tooling. This design makes them suitable for use in end milling operations, which use tools with teeth on the periphery and face. We have in house capabilities of CNC Vertical Machining with higher quality & productivity rate. We can achieve 0.005 mm tolerance.
We have in-house setup of more than 20 CNC Vertical machining with latest technology. we in our factory we do 100% on latest Japanese CNC machines which provide 100% accurate and repeated results in manufacturing.
After hot forging we do complete machining on all our parts & components 100% on latest CNC Vertical machines, we can provide accuracies up to 5 microns on our latest vertical machines with repeated results over a batch, we also follow drawings and are able to manufacture complicated parts and bolts and nuts from alloy steel, carbon steel and stainless steel raw materials on our latest Japanese CNC machines. We can also manufacture complicated parameters on all DIN, American and ISO drawings as per German or Japanese standards including ISO.
- We can offer you technical Proposals and cost-saving suggestions with our Design for Manufacturing and Feasibility Analysis.
- Our CNC Milling Shop equips with ultra-precise CNC machines.
- We offer a one stop solution service to your CNC machining parts. Also includes anodizing, chrome plating, powder coating etc.
- Our Fast production system and rapid CNC fixture technology can always assure you on-time delivery.
We have wide ranges of 3-axis & 5-axis machines. The 3-axis machining vs. 5-axis machining -
The main difference between 3-axis and 5-axis milling machines is that the workpiece can be worked on from three axes with the former and five axis with the latter. Both are highly versatile, automated, and replicable production processes that will enable you to quickly and cost-effectively create accurate components.
If you’re on a budget or only need to cut a flat surface, 3-axis machines might be the way to go. In addition to being more affordable than those with five axes, 3-axis machines are simpler to program, so you won’t have to incur the cost of working with expensive expert programmers and operators. Plus, prep time is shorter with 3-axis machining.
If you need to produce a deeper part or one with complex geometry, you’ll probably want to use 5-axis machining. Using 5-axis machines lets you machine the workpiece from all sides — no manual rotation required. With 5-axis machining, you’ll have higher yields, greater accuracy, and increased freedom of movement, as well as the ability to manufacture larger parts faster.