3 Axis Machining
3-axis milling is capable of creating the same products as 4 axis and 5 axis machines, but the 3 axis machines cannot deliver the same level of detail or efficiency as its predecessors. 3 axis can cut individual features during operations, but it cannot match the work of a 5 axis in quality or profitability.
4 Axis Machining
Similar to the 3 Axis CNC vertical milling machine, 4 axis micro-milling machines are vertically operated and built to function in a timely fashion. They are user friendly with manual and computer lead operations. Built for detail work and accuracy, 4 axis is a step away from the high quality, precise engravings, drillings, and millings of a 5 axis machine. Despite its short comings, the 4 axis CNC machine can be used for different purposes, including:
Hobby Prototype Building
Medical Equipment Creation
With the ability to operate on wood, foam, composite board, aluminum alloy, and even PCB, 4 axis is a multi-use CNC tool functioning at a slightly higher competency than the 3 axis.
5 Axis Machining
With 5 axis machining, complex parts that may otherwise have to be cast can be milled from a solid piece of material. For prototypes and short runs this is quicker and cheaper. Micro drilling applications that require many holes with different angles are performed more efficiently on a 5 axis machine. This extremely fast milling machine, unlike the 3 axis and 4 axis, has the capabilities to efficiently and impressively produce:
Titanium Creations – For Both Practical and Artistic Purposes
Oil and Gas Machine Parts
Architectural Door Frames
Military Grade Products
Our clients can obtain from us a quality range of 5 Axis High Speed Machine, which is highly cherished by clients. These accessible products are designed by making in use of finest quality raw material and latest technology. In addition, due to high in demand, we are skilful of offering this range at industry foremost prices.