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CNC Milling Perth

Perth CNC Milling


Perth Based CNC Milling

Looking to get a part machined?


Our Perth based team here at PG Watson are experts in machining practices and will recommend the best machining practices to meet your needs and fit your budget. 

Our milling machines are located right here in Perth, which allows us to offer the fastest possible lead times, and competitive prices you won't find anywhere else.


Useful for projects large or small, prototyping and full production runs, contact our friendly team to determine the best machining practices.​

Find below our machining capacity, or contact our team today to find the best method for you.

Integrated Computer Aided Design

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


Materials available for milling in Perth

We specialise in processing common materials including but not limited to:


  • Aluminium

  • Carbon Steel

  • Mild Steel

  • Non Ferrous Alloys

  • Polymers and Plastics

  • Stainless Steel Alloys (Duplex etc)

  • Steel Alloys

  • Tool Steel


Okuma MB46A

  • Max work dimension 1000mm x 460mm

  • Travel: 762mm length x 460mm width x 460 height

  • Max load 700kg

Okuma MB46A Milling Machine

Okuma MB56A

  • Max work dimension 1300mm x 560mm

  • Travel: 1050mm length x 560mm width x 460 height

  • Max load 900k

Okuma MB56A Milling Machine

Our Machining Capacity

What is CNC Milling?

Milling is the process of cutting and drilling materials. CNC Milling involves using computer numerical control to cut and drill materials into complex parts.


The difference between a milling machine and an ordinary drilling machine, is that a milling machine can cut on an angle, allowing more movements, and therefore more precise parts can be made. 

Types of Milling Machines include:

2-Axis Milling:  

2-Axis CNC machines can only cut horizontally and vertically. 

3-Axis Milling: 

The most common variety of milling machine. A 3-Axis machine adds a Y axis, allowing the machine to cut vertically and almost in every direction. However with circular parts, only half can be done at any time as it is not possible to cut from below.

4- Axis Milling:

4 Axis CNC Machining is similar to a lathe as it has the ability to rotate the x-axis.

5-Axis Milling:

5-Axis machines can rotate on both the x and y axis' to allow for extremely precise and complex parts to be created. 

Discover our 5 & 4 Axis Machining Services

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