Our milling operations address rough cut mill finish achieved through progressive metal removal process.
Advance Grinding Services performs milling operations in a variety of machine tools – mill or computer numerical control (CNC). Milling is considered as a cutting process that utilizes a cutter (rotary cutting tool) for the removal of material from the workpiece surface. The cutter used within the course of operation has multiple cutting points and is moved perpendicular to the axis. Like turning and grinding, it is also a process of removing material parts with the use of varying speeds and feeds to fit combination of variables.
This machining operation is also a type of a cutting process wherein it is designated for an excessive material removal. It cuts and removes the unwanted portion by the use of a machine dressed with abrasive teeth. The cutter attached in the machine rotates at very high speed to cut away excess material to form small chips and to create that desired shape. This operation is used for features including pockets, holes, and slots and three-dimensional surface contours.
Two major classes of milling process:
Face Milling – cutting action at the end corners of the cutter; used to cut flat-bottomed cavities and cut flat surfaces into the workpiece.
Peripheral Milling – cutting action along the circumference of the cutter; used to cut deep slots, gear teeth, and threads.
Advance Grinding Services considers itself as an expansion of possibilities of all machining operations, incorporating basic fundamentals and rules, quality control, use of productive and functional machineries, and advanced tools and equipments.