CNC Machining & Milling

CNC Machining & Milling

Our CNC machining is completed entirely in-house with several 3-Axis and 4-Axis units at our disposal. We have a tooling, jig, and fixture facility set up to meet our customers’ needs. Using HAAS mills and lathes, we are capable of producing complicated metal parts that meet your exact specifications.

Our CNC Mills

Qty Model Horse Power Material Dimensions
1 HAAS VF9 CNC Mill 30 HP 84" x 40" x 30"
3 HAAS VF4 CNC Mill 30 HP 50" x 20" x 25"
4 HAAS VF2 CNC Mill 30 HP 30" x 16" x 20"
3 HAAS VF0E CNC Mill 30 HP 20" x 16" x 20"
1 HAAS VF1 CNC Mill 30 HP 20" x 16" x 20"
2 HAAS MM CNC Mill 7.5 HP 16" x 12" x 10"
2 HAAS SL10 Lathe 15 HP 16" x 14"

Our Machining Process

The procedure begins when you reach out to us with your pre-designed part or project. From there, we will consult with our experienced designers to finalize the pattern. If necessary, they’ll offer advice or ask questions in order to ensure that the finished product meets your needs as efficiently as possible. Once the design is ready to go, our CNC machine operators will get started.

Tooling, cut speeds and materials are carefully selected so the final product meets specifications. U.S. Precision’s Quality Control measures are followed throughout production so our clients receive exceptionally crafted parts and components.

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Our CNC Milling Process

Computer Numerical Control milling, also known as CNC Machining, uses a combination of programming and machine functions to create metal parts. The system, which some described as robotic, uses computer-driven machinery to punch, slice, and engrave the parts into the proper shapes. Since computers do all of the work, the results are extremely accurate. In addition, parts made in this manner can be more complicated, as the machines have fewer limitations than other methods.

Milling machines have a spindle that moves across the x-, y-, and z-axis to drill, tap, and turn the piece of steel or other metal according to the pre-programmed pattern. Lathes also have digitally controlled planes of contact which are set up to very quickly make precise cuts to the metal.