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Centre de tournage et de fraisage CNC


Maximize your machining capabilities with our integrated CNC turning and milling center. Engineered for precision and efficiency, our versatile solution offers seamless transitions between turning and milling operations. From intricate components to large-scale production runs, achieve superior accuracy and surface finishes with ease. Our CNC turning and milling center features advanced automation and precision controls, empowering you to optimize your workflow and reduce setup times. Elevate your manufacturing processes and unlock new possibilities for your business with our cutting-edge technology. Experience the ultimate combination of versatility and performance. Explore our CNC turning and milling center today!


A CNC Turning & Milling Center FAQ offers detailed information on the operation, programming, maintenance, and safety protocols of combined turning and milling machines. It addresses common questions about setup procedures, tooling options, machining strategies, and troubleshooting, enabling users to optimize efficiency and versatility in their manufacturing processes.

CNC turning and milling are manufacturing processes where computer-controlled machines are used to shape and cut materials such as metal, plastic, or wood into precise components. Turning involves rotating the workpiece while a cutting tool shapes it, while milling involves moving the cutting tool in multiple directions to create complex shapes.

CNC turning and milling centers can work with a wide range of materials including metals like aluminum, steel, brass, and titanium, as well as plastics, composites, and wood.

  • Precision: CNC machines can achieve extremely high levels of accuracy, ensuring consistent quality.
  • Efficiency: Automation reduces the need for manual labor and increases production speed.
  • Complex shapes: CNC machines can create intricate designs and shapes that would be difficult or impossible with manual methods.
  • Versatility: CNC machines can work with various materials and produce a wide range of components.

CNC turning and milling can produce a variety of components including shafts, gears, screws, bolts, brackets, and custom-designed parts for various industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, and medical.

  • Precision: CNC machining offers higher precision and repeatability compared to traditional machining methods.
  • Automation: CNC machining is automated, reducing the need for manual labor and minimizing errors.
  • Complexity: CNC machines can produce complex shapes and features more easily than traditional methods.
  • Cost: While CNC machining may have higher upfront costs due to equipment and programming, it can be more cost-effective for large production runs due to reduced labor costs and increased efficiency.

Turnaround time can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the part, material availability, and current workload. Generally, small to medium-sized orders can be completed within a few days to a couple of weeks.

Yes, we can work with custom designs and specifications provided by the customer. Our team of engineers can assist in optimizing designs for manufacturability and ensuring that the final product meets your requirements.

We have stringent quality control measures in place throughout the manufacturing process. This includes inspections at various stages of production to ensure dimensional accuracy, surface finish, and material integrity.

Yes, we offer prototyping services to help customers test their designs and validate concepts before full-scale production.

You can request a quote or place an order by contacting our sales team either through phone, email, or by filling out the contact form on our website. Please provide details such as part drawings, quantities, material specifications, and any other relevant information to assist us in providing an accurate quote.