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5 Axis CNC Machining Services

For complex geometric machining parts, our 5-axis CNC machining service provides unparalleled flexibility and speed.

Certifications
ISO 9001:2015 | ISO 13485:2016 | IATF16949

5 axis machining

Unparalleled 5-axis CNC machining

Boyi provides high-precision 5-axis CNC machining services, which have significant advantages compared to traditional 3-axis and 4-axis machining methods. The 5-axis machining technology allows the part to move simultaneously within approximately 5 degrees of freedom, providing the cutting tool with the possibility of approaching the part from any direction. Therefore, it can accurately cut out complex shapes that are difficult to achieve on 3-axis or 4-axis machines, greatly expanding the diversity and flexibility of processing.

Maximum Part Size for 5-Axis CNC Machining

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Size Metric units Imperial units
Max. part size for all materials
4000 mm×1500 mm×600 mm
158 in.×590 in.×24 in.
Min. feature size
Φ 0.50 mm
Φ 0.002 in.

Gallery of 5-Axis CNC Machining Parts

Following shows the custom 5 axis CNC machining prototypes and end-use parts we produce for our customers.

Materials for 5 Axis CNC Machining

Any material considered suitable for 5-axis CNC machining must meet high standards of reliability and performance. The following are some commonly used materials for 5-axis CNC machining:

Metal

Plastics

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