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3D CNC milling

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3D CNC milling to order

3D CNC milling to order, according to your 3D models, if you do not have a 3D model, use the “3D modeling (CAD)” service and we will make you a 3D model according to your sketches or drawings. The maximum working area of the CNC machine is 2500×1200×250 mm. File format for download stl,obj,stp,step,igs,iges,bmp. The price of the 3D milling service is approximate, the accuracy is affected by the quality of the 3D model. We process such materials as hardwood, modeling plastics, MDF, plywood. Load the 3D model into the window, select the options, if necessary, the type of work, material, coating, and post-processing. You can get a quote right away.

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Furniture panel, Ash, Grade A/B
Furniture panel, Ash, Grade A/B, 20mm
Furniture panel, Oak, Grade A/B
Furniture panel, Beech, Grade A/B
Furniture panel, Alder, Grade A/B
Furniture panel, Oak, Grade A/B, 20mm
Furniture panel, Beech, Grade A/B, 20mm
Furniture panel, Alder, Grade A/B, 20 mm

Choose the type of service, it affects the price of the product.

  • 3D CNC Milling
  • 3D Milling of facades
  • 3D Milling of frames

Optional options:

  • Manual corner cutting
  • Sanding (manual processing)
  • Patina (aging effect)
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3D milling on CNC

CNC (computer numerical control) 3D milling is a modern technology that allows you to create high-precision parts based on your 3D models. This technology uses computer programs to control the movement of the milling tool, which allows for extremely precise results. Thanks to this, CNC milling is widely used in a variety of industries, from furniture production to the manufacture of complex industrial components.

One of the main advantages of 3D CNC milling is the ability to work with a variety of materials. For example, hardwood is often used to create furniture and decorative elements. Modeling plastics allow for the production of accurate prototypes and models that can be used for further casting or testing. MDF and plywood are popular materials for creating structures and interior elements due to their affordability and ease of processing.

Another important advantage of 3D CNC milling is the ability to create complex shapes and parts with consistent high accuracy. This is especially important for those projects where strict technical parameters must be met. Even the most complex 3D models can be accurately reproduced thanks to the numerical control capabilities of the software.

The use of 3D CNC milling also saves time and resources. Since the process is automated, it is much faster and more efficient than traditional material processing methods. In addition, thanks to the precision of CNC technology, the amount of material waste is significantly reduced, making the process more environmentally friendly.

In general, 3D CNC milling is a versatile tool that opens up new opportunities for creating high-precision parts from various materials, ensuring consistent quality and process efficiency.

The process of ordering a 3D CNC milling service is intuitive and user-friendly. The first step is to upload your 3D model. Our service supports popular model file formats such as STL, OBJ, STP, STEP, IGS, IGES, and BMP. These formats allow you to convey the exact geometry of the object, which ensures high quality of the final product.

After uploading the file, the user has the opportunity to select the necessary options for performing 3D milling. We offer a choice of work types, including various types of processing, from rough machining to high-precision finishing. Customers can choose the material that will be used to make the part. The materials available include a variety of metals, plastics, and composites to meet different technical requirements and budgets.

In addition to the basic parameters, users can also select the type of coating and post-processing required for the finished product. Coating may include anodizing, painting, or other surface treatments that provide additional protection and aesthetic appearance. Post-processing can include grinding, polishing, and other technical processes that will improve the functional characteristics of the part.

One of the key advantages of our service is the ability to get an estimated price for the service immediately after uploading the model. This allows clients to quickly estimate the cost of the project and decide on further actions. Thanks to an intuitive interface and a wide range of settings, ordering 3D CNC milling becomes a simple and convenient process for every user.

3D modeling service (CAD)

The 3D modeling (CAD) service is an important component of the CNC milling process, especially for those customers who do not have a ready-made 3D model. Thanks to the use of modern software tools, professional engineers and designers can create a high-quality 3D model based on your sketches or drawings. This process includes several stages, each of which is aimed at ensuring maximum accuracy and compliance with your requirements.

The first step in creating a 3D model is to analyze your provided materials. These can be paper drawings, digital sketches, or even photographs. Engineers carefully study these materials to understand all the details and features of the product to be created. After that, they start working on a digital model using specialized 3D modeling software (CAD).

Next comes the stage of creating the 3D model itself. This process takes into account all technical requirements, such as precise dimensions, shapes and geometric features. Thanks to the use of modern CAD systems, you can create a model that will match your sketches or drawings as closely as possible. In addition, it is possible to make the necessary changes and adjustments at any stage of the modeling process to achieve the ideal result.

After the 3D model is completed, it undergoes a quality check. Engineers check the model for compliance with all technical requirements and standards, as well as test for possible errors or inaccuracies. Only after that, the finished model is transferred to the stage of 3D CNC milling, where it is used to manufacture the final product.

Thus, the 3D modeling (CAD) service is indispensable for those who want to get a high-quality result without having a ready-made 3D model. This allows us to provide the most accurate and efficient 3D CNC milling, according to all your requirements and wishes.

Maximum working area of the CNC machine

One of the key technical characteristics of a CNC milling machine is its maximum working area. Our machines have a working area of 2500×1200×250 mm. These parameters allow you to perform a wide range of tasks, providing the ability to work with large parts and a variety of materials.

The 2500x1200x250 mm working area is optimal for many industrial and creative tasks. Such dimensions allow processing large workpieces with high precision, which is indispensable for furniture production, creation of advertising structures, and other large projects. In addition, this size of the working field provides flexibility in the choice of materials, including wood, plastic, metal and composite materials.

The large size of the working area also reduces the number of workpiece movements required during machining, which increases accuracy and reduces production time. The 250 mm working field height allows for thick materials or multi-level processing, which opens up additional opportunities for creating complex three-dimensional shapes and structures.

In general, the maximum working area of the machine is 2500×1200×250 mm, which ensures high productivity and flexibility in performing various tasks. These parameters allow you to perform custom milling based on your 3D models with high precision and quality, regardless of the complexity of the project. Thanks to this, our customers are able to realize the most daring ideas and projects using advanced CNC milling technologies.

File formats for downloading

3D CNC milling requires precise and detailed models that can be uploaded in appropriate file formats. To ensure compatibility and high quality processing, you need to understand which formats are supported and what their features are.

One of the most common formats is STL (Stereolithography). It is widely used because of its simplicity and ability to store three-dimensional objects in the form of triangular facets. However, STL does not store information about colors and materials, which can be a limitation for some projects.

The OBJ (Object File) format supports more complex geometry and can store information about textures, colors, and materials. This makes it ideal for projects where visual detail is important.

STP or STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product Data) is a standard for transferring 3D data between different CAD programs. This format provides high geometry accuracy and can store additional product information such as materials and properties.

Another popular format is IGS or IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification). It allows you to exchange 3D models between different CAD systems and supports complex geometric designs. However, this format can be more difficult to use due to its versatility and data volume.

For some specific tasks, the BMP (Bitmap) format can be used. Although it is primarily designed to store images, it can be used to create parts from 2D data.

Before uploading models, it is important to ensure that they meet the requirements of the selected format. It is recommended to check the integrity of the geometry, the absence of unnecessary elements, and the correct scaling. This will ensure high quality of the final product and reduce the risk of milling errors.

The impact of 3D model quality on machining accuracy

The quality of the 3D model is a key factor that affects the accuracy of CNC milling. A high-quality model ensures more accurate manufacturing of the final product, minimizing deviations and defects. One of the main parameters that determine the quality of a 3D model is its resolution. The high resolution allows for more detailed and accurate models, which in turn leads to more precise milling.

Another important aspect is the topology of the model. Incorrect topology can lead to artifacts during processing, which will affect the quality of the final product. Therefore, it is recommended to use the correct modeling methods and check the model for errors before submitting it for CNC milling.

Milling accuracy also depends on parameters such as the scale of the model and its geometric features. For example, models with very thin walls or small parts may require a special approach to processing. In such cases, it is important to consider the limitations of the milling equipment itself to prevent damage to the model or loss of parts.

The quality of the model can be improved by using specialized software tools for processing 3D data. Such programs allow you to optimize the model, reduce the number of polygons without losing quality, and eliminate possible errors in geometry. This ensures more precise and stable CNC machining, which is especially important when manufacturing complex and high-precision parts.

In general, the quality of the 3D model is crucial to the accuracy of CNC milling. The right approach to creating and optimizing a model allows you to achieve maximum accuracy and high quality of the final product, which is important for meeting customer requirements and ensuring competitiveness in the market.

Materials for finishing

3D CNC milling allows you to work with a wide range of materials, making it a versatile method for various industries. The most common materials for processing include hardwood, modeling plastics, MDF, and plywood. Each of these materials has its own unique characteristics and advantages, making them suitable for different applications.

Hardwood is one of the most popular materials for 3D CNC milling. It is characterized by high strength and durability, which makes it ideal for the manufacture of furniture, decorative elements and other products requiring high quality finishes. Hardwood is easy to process, allowing you to create complex shapes and details with high precision.

Modeling plastics are also widely used for 3D CNC milling. They are lightweight, durable, and highly resistant to wear. Thanks to these properties, modeling plastics are an excellent choice for creating prototypes, models, and other products where precision and detail are important. In addition, modeling plastics are easy to process, which allows for high surface quality.

MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard ) is another common material for 3D CNC milling. This material consists of small wood fibers glued together under high pressure and temperature. MDF has a homogeneous structure, which makes it ideal for creating parts with high precision and a smooth surface. MDF is often used to make furniture, doors, panels and other products.

Plywood is also a popular material for 3D CNC milling. It consists of several layers of thin wood glued together. Plywood is characterized by high strength and resistance to deformation, making it ideal for the manufacture of structural elements, furniture and decorative products. Due to its multilayer structure, plywood is easy to process and allows you to create complex shapes and details.

The pricing of 3D CNC milling services depends on several key factors that are taken into account when calculating the total cost. It is important to understand that each project is unique and requires an individual approach to evaluation.

Quality of the 3D model

First of all, the quality of the 3D model has a significant impact on the final cost. The more detailed and accurate the model is, the more time and resources are required to process it. High-quality models containing many small parts may require more milling time, which increases the cost of the service.


The type of material used to make a part is also an important factor in the pricing process. Materials of different hardness and density can have different requirements for tools and machining speeds. Some materials may be more expensive and their processing may be more labor-intensive.

Scope of work

The amount of work required to manufacture a part directly affects the price. Large projects that involve many milling operations and require more time to complete will cost more. Very small parts, on the other hand, can be less expensive to process.

Coating and post-processing

Additional processes such as coating or post-processing also affect the final cost. The coating may include painting, varnishing or applying special protective layers. Post-processing can include grinding, polishing, or other types of finishing that improve the appearance and functionality of the product.

To get an approximate price for the 3D milling service, users are advised to provide as much information about their project as possible. This will help you assess all the necessary aspects and avoid unforeseen additional costs. It is also important to keep in mind that prices may vary depending on the complexity of the task and the requirements for the final product.


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