In today’s advanced world, CNC mills use computer controls to cut different materials. They are able to translate data provided by programs that consist of specific numbers and letters to move the spindle (or workpiece) to various locations and depths.
Many use G-code, which is a standardized programming language that many CNC machines understand, while others use proprietary languages created by their manufacturers. These proprietary languages, while often simpler than G-code, are not transferable to other machines; this sometimes hinders the development of projects when machines with differing proprietary program languages are used in conjunction with one another.
CNC mills have many functions, including face and shoulder milling, tapping, and drilling. Standard CNC mills have 3 axis (X, Y, and Z), but others may also have one or more rotational axis.
Our Vertical Machine Centers (VMCs), made by Fadal and HAAS, are equipped with 4th-axis capabilities, and can be fitted with a wide range of close tolerance tooling to meet any specification.
Utilizing the latest in software, equipment, and manufacturing techniques, we can handle large scale production requests to deliver a quick turn-around for your next project.