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CNC Milling

What is CNC machining?

Computer-numeric controlled (CNC) machining is a subtractive manufacturing process, where raw material is removed with a variety of precision cutting tools. Advanced software is used to control the equipment according to the instructions of your CAD drawing file.

Our team of machinists program the equipment to optimize cutting time, surface finish, and final tolerance to meet your design specifications.

We use CNC machining not only to manufacture finished parts and prototypes but also to make mold tools, which may later be used for plastic injection molding or pressure die casting


Milling is typically used to produce parts that are not axially symmetric and have many features, such as holes, slots, pockets, and even three dimensional surface contours. Parts that are fabricated completely through milling often include components that are used in limited quantities, perhaps for prototypes, such as custom designed fasteners or brackets.

Another application of milling is the fabrication of tooling for other processes. For example, three-dimensional molds are typically milled. Milling is also commonly used as a secondary process to add or refine features on parts that were manufactured using a different process. Due to the high tolerances and surface finishes that milling can offer, it is ideal for adding precision features to a part whose basic shape has already been formed.


At Bole we have over 30 industry leading CNC machines. These top quality machines work by processing 3D CAD data. CNC can be used to produce machined parts and prototypes very quickly, at a high production rate and to a high degree of accuracy.

CNC machines are able to work with a great many different materials including; plastics (ABS, Polyurethane, and Polypropylene etc.), metals (Copper, Aluminium etc) wood and other specialist materials.

There are a number of benefits to using CNC from the wide variety of materials available, the strength and accuracy of the finished product, the materials used are strong and durable therefore very good for testing and CNC processing process is relatively cheap. We are able to offer some of the highest quality CNC machined products at very competitive prices.

Our CNC machines have a maximum size capacity of 1800mm×900mm×450mm per item.

Advantages of CNC machining

*Machining materials that is economically available to choosing.
*Typical accuracy is +/-0.1mm.Ability to hold tight tolerances and high precision.
*The cost be cheaper than even SLA, SLS, FDM rapid prototypes depending on        the geometry.
*Quick removal of large amounts of material
*Highly accurate and repeatable|
*Suitable for many different kinds of substrates
*Scalable volumes from one to one-hundred thousand
*Low investment in tooling or preparation costs
*Fast turnaround

CNC Precision Machining is a subtractive manufacturing method that cuts away the unwanted material from a block of material to form the shape of the needed part. The advantages of this process are the high manufacturing precision ±0.1/100 mm and a wide range of real engineering materials available. At BOLE Prototype, the materials we can CNC include: ABS, PC, PMMA (Acrylic), PA (Nylon), PA+GF, PP, PE, PU, PS, POM, PVC, Bakelite, Chemical Wood, Solid Wood, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, etc


  1.Good quality ,high accuracy and High productivity

  2.Can process parts with complex structures .

  3.Selectivity of materials

  4.Small batch will be easier to control quality also save cost .

  5.Don't need mold, can make the ideal product ,Therefore, this technology is most suitable for the R&D of new product and market research .

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