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- Three-axis CNC Milling Plastic | BKB Precision
Three-axis milling is a machining technique in which the cutter makes linear movements around the product along three axes. It is a relatively simple method of milling which can be used for the processing of various common plastic products. CNC milling of plastics is one of BKB Precision’s core specialties.
Three-axis milling: possibilities and benefits
Three-axis CNC milling is a computer-controlled machining method suitable for a variety of purposes. It offers the possibility of making different shapes, contours or holes in the plastic product. This results in precise plastic processing, exactly the way you had in mind. This common machining technique is particularly suitable for uncomplicated plastic processing. The choice between 3, 4 or 5-axis milling depends on the complexity of the desired product and type of plastic.
Specialist plastic processing
CNC milling of plastic requires specialist knowledge and attention. Every type of plastic comes with its own unique features and processing options. The specialists at BKB Precision are aware of the specific properties of the various types of plastic and work according to a strict quality policy. Thanks to our specialist knowledge, BKB Precision has no equal when it comes to CNC milling expertise.
Our CNC milling machines
All plastic processing operations are carried out by our specialists with attention and precision in our climate-controlled machine park. We use the following CNC milling machines for 3 and 4-axis plastic machining:
• 5x Mazak VTC 300C;
• 2x HAAS VF3SSYT.
Our state-of-the-art CNC milling machines enable us to carry out plastic processing operations to an accuracy of no less than 3μm.
More information on three-axis plastic milling?
Do you want to know more about 3-axis CNC plastic milling? We would be happy to discuss with you the possibilities of plastic milling during an introductory meeting. You can make an appointment quickly and easily by using the online contact form or by contacting us by telephone at: 040-2670101. You can also send us a drawing, so we can assess the feasibility of a project or give you a quotation. We would be glad to advise you on your options.