CNC Milling Service

  • Over 65 universal and complete Materials
  • ±0.005mm strict Tolerance
  • Lead times from 7 to 10 days
  • Custom styles and finishes
  • More than 650mm processing path

What is CNC Milling?

 CNC milling is a precision-based manufacturing technique utilizing computer-controlled machinery to subtract material from a workpiece. This method employs a rotating cutting tool to carve out specific shapes from solid material blocks.

Milling machines excel in precision and can fabricate intricate geometries. Moreover, they can be programmed to yield numerous identical components, rendering milling an economically efficient manufacturing solution.

Why choose Anebon’s CNC milled service?

 Anebon provides comprehensive milling solutions, catering to your needs, whether it's a single component, a small batch of prototypes, or large-scale mass production parts.

Cost Efficiency

Cutting-Edge Technology

Tailored Solutions

Efficient Supply Chain

Skilled Workforce

ISO 9001 Certification
Our Maximum Capabilities For CNC Milling
Part size limitations Metric units lmperial units
Maximum Part Size 3800×1300×500 mm 149.6×51.8×19.7 in.
Minimum Part Size 4×4 mm 0.1×0.1 in.
Minimum Feature Size Φ 0.40 mm Φ 0.016 in.

CNC Milling General Tolerances

 With our precise CNC machining capabilities, Anebon stands as your perfect collaborator in the production of accurate prototypes and parts. Our CNC machining adheres to ISO 2768-f standards for metals and ISO 2768-m standards for plastics, guaranteeing accuracy and quality. Moreover, we are fully capable of meeting any specific tolerances you may require, provided that you clearly outline your specifications on the drawing.

Type Tolerance
Linear Dimension +/-0.01 mm
+/-0.0004 in.
Hole Diameters +/-0.02 mm
(Not Reamed) +/-0.0008 in.
Shaft Diameters +/-0.02 mm
+/-0.0008 in.

CNC Milling Design Principles

 Anebon's CNC expert machinists have created the perfect specifications for the production of precise parts. The table lists the most effective methods for manufacturing and outlines any technical limitations which must be considered when producing.

Standard CNC Turning
Threads and Tapped Holes Diameter:Φ1.5-5 mm, depth: 3xdiameter
Diameter: Φ 5 mm or more.depth: 4-6xdiameter
Anebon can produce threads of any specification and size required by our customers.
Text Mnimum width of 0.5 mm, depth of 0.1 mm
Anebon can use CNC engraving or laser carving to create standard text based on customers' requirements.
Materials For CNC Milling Parts

Surface Finish Choices For CNC Milled Parts

 Anebon offers a wide range of surface finishes to enhance the surface quality of CNC milled components to meet the needs of more customers. Surface treatments change appearance, surface roughness and chemical resistance.

Name Description Materials Color Texture
As-machined Our standard finish for parts is called "as machined" finish. This type of finish has a surface roughness of Ra 3.2 μm (126 μim), and all sharp edges are removed and parts are deburred. You may notice visible tool marks on the surface. Please note that this finish meets the requirements specified for non-cosmetic availability. All materials N/A Stain
Anodizing Anodizing increases corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and hardness while maintaining the surface of the metal. Aluminum Gold, blue, clear, black, red, grey Matte smooth finish
Bead Blasting The surface of the parts or product is left with a matte finish. It is mainly used for aesthetic purposes. Steel, Stainless steel, Aluminum, ABS N/A Matte
Brushing In this surface-treatment technique, rough belts are utilized to leave marks on a material's surface. This is typically done for aesthetic reasons. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper N/A Satin
Electroplating This includes decorative and functional options. Electroplating is another example, as it is a way to manipulate properties using electrical tools. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Glossy, smooth finish
Polishing Polishing is the process of giving an object a shiny, smooth surface by rubbing it or using chemicals. Steel, Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum N/A Glossy
Powder Coating Powder coatings use a free-flowing, dry powder. Electrostatically applied powder coatings are then hardened with heat or UV. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Black, Pantone number, or RAL code Semi-glossy or glossy
Painting Die castings can be painted with various coatings for specific color, texture or protective properties. Paint finishes range from basic painting to more advanced techniques such as electrostatic painting or dipping. Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel Black, any RAL code or Pantone number Semi-glossy or glossy
Chrome Plating Chrome plating is the process of depositing a thin layer of chromium on the surface of die castings by electroplating. This process produces a shiny reflective finish and offers excellent corrosion resistance. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Semi-glossy or glossy
Custom You can choose from different custom finishes depending on your materials and end-use. All materials N/A N/A

Why Order CNC Milled Parts From Anebon?


Uncompromising Quality

Let our ISO 2768-m and ISO 9001 certifications vouch for our unwavering commitment to quality. Furthermore, we furnish comprehensive inspection reports for each order.

Efficiency Redefined

Experience seamless one-stop solutions by submitting your manufacturing requirements online, and we commit to delivering your CNC parts within a rapid 5-7 day timeframe.

Excellent precision

Anebon utilizes cutting-edge CNC software and advanced machining equipment, including our highly precise and efficient 3-axis/4-axis/5-axis CNC machining centers. Our CNC parts boast an impressive tolerance of as tight as +/- 0.005mm.

Dedicated and Caring Service

Our dedicated sales team prides itself on providing exceptional post-sales support and solutions. We wholeheartedly shoulder the responsibility of resolving any potential issues, ensuring that customers can navigate every step of the process, from inquiry to final product receipt, with confidence and satisfaction.
Gallery Of Our CNC Milling Parts

Applications Of CNC Milling


1How does CNC milling work?
CNC milling sets itself apart from additive manufacturing techniques by employing computer numerical control (CNC) technology to eradicate surplus material from a workpiece. The process initiates with the utilization of a CAD file, which serves as a foundation for generating a toolpath. A toolpath comprises a precise set of instructions that dictate the movement of cutting tools on the workpiece, utilizing CNC operations.Unlike additive manufacturing processes, which build up material layer by layer, CNC milling concentrates on subtractive manufacturing.

Through the controlled movement of cutting tools, our CNC milling machines precisely sculpt and refine the workpiece to the desired dimensions and shape, eliminating any excess material in the process.The CAD file acts as an essential blueprint, enabling our CNC machines to operate with utmost precision. Guided by the toolpath, the cutting tools traverse the workpiece, selectively removing material in accordance with the specified instructions.

This meticulous approach ensures accuracy and consistency, resulting in finely crafted components that meet the exact specifications outlined in the CAD file.By utilizing CNC milling, we deliver exceptional results, transforming raw materials into intricately shaped and precisely machined components that cater to our clients' specific requirements.
2What is the difference between CNC milling and CNC turning?
CNC milling as well as CNC turning is a distinct processes of machining which differ in the manner they function, the kind of machines employed, as well as the types of parts they can make.

CNC milling is the use of an instrument that rotates and is moved across a workpiece to take material off its surface. Milling processes can create an array of geometries, such as smooth and inclined surfaces as well as grooves, slots and slots.

CNC turning on contrary, spins the workpiece, while the cutting tool stays stationary, forming the material to what you want. It is used primarily to make cylindrical parts. It is ideal for making parts that are symmetrical, such as shafts, pins and bushings.
3What is 5-axis CNC machining?
At Anebon, we specialize in 5-axis CNC milling, a highly efficient method that we employ to fabricate intricate components using our advanced computer-controlled machines. With this technique, our CNC machine functions akin to a skilled sculptor, utilizing its cutting tool to shape materials from various angles and directions.To elaborate, the tool is capable of traversing along three fundamental axes—vertical (up and down), horizontal (left and right), and depth (forward and backward)—referred to as the X, Y, and Z axes, respectively.

Moreover, two additional rotational movements enable the tool to access even more angles and surfaces of the material being worked on. This amalgamation of linear and rotational movements defines the "5-axis" nomenclature.By harnessing these extra movements, our 5-axis CNC machines have the ability to manufacture complex shapes and intricate designs that are otherwise challenging or unattainable with traditional 3-axis machines, limited to moving solely along the X, Y, and Z directions without rotation.

This advanced capability not only enhances production speed but also ensures superior precision and facilitates the realization of more sophisticated parts in our manufacturing processes.