CNC Turning Services

Milltech Precision Engineering offer a rapid and comprehensive CNC turning service covering the UK and beyond. Our state-of-the-art CNC turning machinery and world class engineers can produce exceptional quality precision turned parts and components.

As a CNC Turned Parts Manufacturer, our dedicated and specialist turning engineers can machine complex parts from a wide range of materials including Stainless Steel, Titanium, Duplex, Brass and Copper as well as more specialised materials for our customers needs.

 

Our CNC Turning Machines

  • Biglia B201F
  • Biglia 501M
  • Biglia B1000
  • Biglia B201F
  • Biglia B510
  • Colchester Tornado 210
  • DMG CT310 
  • Doosan 2600
  • Doosan 3100L
  • Doosan TT1800SY
  • HAAS Sl10
  • HAAS ST20
  • Mazak HQR200MSY
  • MAZAK Quickturn Nexus 250MS-2
  • Puma Lathe
  • Star SV32
  • Star SV20

We also have in our facility several manual turning machines giving us the tools to complete any legacy components, not requiring the same level of precision as CNC. 

CNC Turning FAQ’s

What is CNC turning?

CNC turning, or Computer Numerical Control Turning, is the process in which custom turned parts are manufactured through the operating of a lathe. Where CNC Milling rotates the cutting tool, CNC Turning rotates the work piece at high speeds using a cutting tool to shape the material as required. By using CNC technology, the precision skilled engineers can attain using turning machinery is unparalleled.

What is CNC turning used for?

As CNC turning rotates the work piece at high speed, not the cutter, CNC turning is most commonly used for manufacturing multiple cylindrical turned components from raw material.

What are the types of CNC Lathes?

Horizontal: the more common type of CNC Lathe. In this instance, the horizontal lathe fastens the work piece from the side in order to rotate for manufacturing.

Vertical: here the workpiece is fastened to the bottom of the machine for rotation.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of CNC Turning?

Advantages:

Accuracy and precision which only CNC machinery can provide

Less wastage when compared to manual turning due to highly refined and optimized machining process.

Most effective method for manufacturing large volume quantities

Disadvantages:

Needs a highly skilled and experienced engineer to control the CNC lathe

Can be associated with high costs when CNC machinery needs maintenance

Can be more expensive per part when compared to other CNC manufacturing, especially when manufacturing very low-volume turned parts. 

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