Precision Machined Parts – CNC Milling

Swiss style CNC Turning

Vertical CNC

CNC Milling

To supplement the impressive CNC turning capacity, Midwest Turned has also invested in multiple CNC machining centers. Vertical CNC machining is utilized for flat, rectangular precision machined parts such as plates, fixtures, and molds.

Wide Range of Capabilities

Investment in CNC milling equipment allows Midwest Turned to handle all of your precision machining needs under one roof. With redundant CNC machining centers on our production floor, MTP has the ability to avoid production bottlenecks by delegating the flow of production to multiple machine cells in order to maximize production out-put

Wide Variety of Metals

Many types of materials can be used with CNC milling, including metals, plastics, glass, and wood. The diversity of materials provides a wide variety of custom-designed parts and products.

Wide Range of Parts

CNC milling can produce parts for shafts, gears, steel plates, electronic components, firearms barrels, clips, pins, triggers, and more.

Industries Served

  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  •   Fluid-Power
  • IT
  • Medical
  • Military

Various Order Sizes

MTP can accommodate small production runs for prototype purposes, as well as high production demands for quantities in excess of 1 million parts annually.

About CNC Milling

Computer numerical control milling, also known as CNC milling, is a high-tech machining process that utilizes computerized controls and rotating multipoint cutting tools. Throughout the process, the cutting tool is computer controlled, making it possible to manufacture large quantities of precision machined parts accurately and rapidly.

Milling utilizes a process known as subtractive manufacturing in which material is progressively removed from the stock material. This process results in custom-designed parts and products suitable for a wide variety of industries such as:

CNC milling has numerous advantages for part creation, whether for small prototype runs or large runs. The process is ideal for mass-producing parts in quantities in nearly any size and shape. Its multi-axis abilities offer the ability to produce both complex prototypes and final products. Because the process is computerized, the potential for human error at any stage of the process is significantly reduced.

CNC Turning

CNC Turning

CNC Milling

CNC Milling

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