CNC Milling 

CNC milling is a machine process which produces custom-designed parts or components by progressively removing material from the workpiece using rotating multi-point cutting tools and computerized controls. These systems usually have three linear degrees of freedom. They can move freely around the X, Y, and Z axes while the workpiece remains stationary. 
CNC Milling (or Computer Numerical Controlling Milling) is a process that uses computer controls and rotating cutting tools to produce a bespoke precision engineered part or item. 
It is an extremely popular method due to the detailed size and shapes it can create. 

Advantages of CNC Milling for Plastic Components 

Another advantage of CNC Milling is that it vastly reduces the risk of human error. It also speeds up the manufacturing process significantly compared to Manual Milling. 
By using CNC Milling machines, engineers can map out the cuts that will be used to create the components ahead of time, enabling them to find the precise orientation which will remove the least amount of raw material – thereby reducing unnecessary waste. 
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