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5 axis machining

Perth 5 Axis Machining


5 and 4 Axis Machining

Product highly complex parts using 5 Axis Machining.

This machining method attacks the workpiece from all directions, allowing almost any part to be machined with extreme precision. 

Some of the benefits of 5 axis machining include: 

  • The ability to produce complex shapes that would otherwise require multiple setups.

  • The ability to produce geometry that is not possible using conventional methods with a 3 axis mill.

  • Hole drilling at different angles.

  • Improved surface finish

  • Improved accuracy 

If you have a job that needs 5 axis or 4 axis milling, please contact one of our experienced engineers for a free quote.

Integrated Computer Aided Design

We work with industry recognised CAD/CAM software to bring your designs to life.


Materials available for 5 and 4 Axis Machining

Materials Suitable for 5 Axis Machining include:

  • Aluminium

  • Carbon Steel

  • Mild Steel

  • Stainless Steel

  • Ferrous & non-ferrous alloys

  • Steel Alloys

  • Tool Steel

  • Brass

  • Plastics (including acetal ABS, DuPont, nylon, HDPE etc.) 

If you have any questions, please enquire below.

What is 5 Axis Machining

Also known as full or simultaneous machining, this milling method will attack the workpiece from all directions allowing for highly complex parts to be made with extreme precision.
5 Axis CNC machining involves a combination of three linear axes, running on X, Y & Z coordinates, and two rotary axes running on B and C coordinates. 

5 Axis CNC machines still use G-code to carry out operations. Instead of using just simple X, Y, Z cartesian coordinates, the G-code file compiled by our engineers includes information for rotational axes B and C, which operate around Y and Z linear axes, respectively.

Check out the video below for more information:

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