4 Axis, 5 axis cnc machining services
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4Axis, 5 Axis CNC Machining Services
For complex and time-sensitive machined parts, 5-axis CNC machines offer unparalleled flexibility and speed. 3Q Machining’s technique/project team can help bring your ideas to be real product, from rapid prototypes to end-use parts. Our 4-axis, 5-axis milling capabilities enable us to provide precise parts with complex geometry. For information on our general CNC machining services, including 3-axis milling, CNC turning and EDM, see our CNC machining service page.
Advantages of 5 Axis CNC Machining
3Q Machining is capable of 5-axis machining to the very highest standards. Advantages of working with us include:
Fast turnarounds: With 2 sets of 5-axis machines in house, we have the capacity to make your prototypes and production parts in days.
Top-quality 5-axis machines: Our machinery includes HAAS and JingDiao 5-axis CNC machines, with an on-site inspection system to achieve super-tight tolerances.
Experience and expertise: With a decade of experience in the machining business, and with comprehensive knowledge of material properties, we know how to handle even the most complex parts — no matter the medium.
Industry compatibility: From medical parts to high-tech electronic products, we’ve worked with companies all across the manufacturing industries.
Difference between 3 Axis, 4 Axis, and 5 Axis CNC Machine
3 axis is the simplest and most common type of CNC machine. 4 axis machines are more complex and can be used to perform more complicated operations. 5 axis machines are the most complex type of CNC machine since they can do almost any type of operation that a 3 or 4 axis CNC machine would do, while adding the ability to work on non-flat surfaces.
3 Axis machines are typically low-cost, low-maintenance solutions for general manufacturing tasks, but are limited in complexity. They are often used for cutting sheet metal or other flat materials by using a drill press style head to make cuts through the material, with one linear movement per set up time.
- 3 Axis Cnc Machines: CNC machines that use three axes to control the movement of the cutting tool.
- 4 Axis Cnc Machines: These machines use four axes to control the movement of the cutting tool.
- 5 Axis Cnc Machines: These machines use five axes to control the movement of the cutting tool, making them more complex and more expensive due to their increased number of axe
3 Axis CNC Machine
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