CNC Milling Services

CNC milling is a highly accurate machining process that uses multi-point cutting tools to create parts. This manufacturing process is compatible with almost any material and offers high standards regarding surface finish.

It’s also an efficient technology, offering short lead times and serial production capabilities.

How CNC Milling Works

Milling represents one of the most used machining processes in subtractive manufacturing.  

This process uses a rotary cutting tool with a geometrically determined edge. Milling can be subdivided into face milling and peripheral milling. Face milling uses a vertical cutting axis to process frontal areas and cavities. Peripheral milling, on the other hand, is used for deep slots and threads, given its horizontal cutting axis. 

CNC milling in action

CNC Milling Use Cases

CNC milling is a flexible manufacturing process, from prototyping to series production. That’s because the process is highly accurate with excellent surface finishes, resulting in high repeatably and short lead times. It’s an especially advantageous technology for parts requiring many features, e.g., drilled holes.

CNC Milling by the Numbers

Max Build Size
2000 mm x  800 x 1000 mm (Standard)

Lead Times

Starting at 6 days

Minimum Wall Thickness
0.2 mm (depending on material and geometry)
Dimensional Accuracy
ISO 286 Tolerance grade 7 (0.015 mm for a 6mm diameter)

Key Feature: Diverse Range of Materials

CNC milling materials are suited for a wide range of use cases. The materials, including metals and polymers, offer different properties, such as strength, durability, heat resistance, and electrical conductivity, which can be tailored to specific applications and requirements.

Using a wide range of materials means you can choose the most cost-effective option for your projects.

metal materials for CNC machining

MakerVerse really took the time to understand our project and help us. Working together was a great experience, as they were always so open and transparent about all the parts we ordered.

Camilla Chitvanni

Co-Head of Engineering at Swissloop Tunneling

Source Industrial-Grade CNC Parts

MakerVerse gives you the flexibility to source parts however you need. Get instant quotes and quickly order parts with on-demand manufacturing. Our team of experts will work with you for large or complex orders to develop, align, and supervise a manufacturing quality plan from start to finish.  


On-demand manufacturing

  • Instant quoting and DFM checks
  • Short lead times
  • Fast and intuitive order placement

Production Orders

  • Expert support from end-to-end
  • Comprehensive manufacturing and quality plan
  • Guaranteed quality meeting advanced specifications

Available Finishes


This electrochemical process increases the thickness and toughness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts. Anodizing provides a protective, corrosion-resistant, and decorative finish.

Black oxidizing

Also known as blackening, this process creates a black oxide coating on the surface of metal parts. Black oxidizing provides a durable and corrosion-resistant finish.


Additional color is applied to the printed part, often by a professional spray painting system. The part is properly prepared through accurate cleaning and a clearcoat to get the desired output.


Abrasive sand is applied to the component under high pressure. This provides functional benefits (achieving a certain surface roughness) and optical advantages (polishing the surface).


The metal part is heated to a specific temperature and then slowly cooled to achieve the desired level of hardness and toughness. Tempering improves the strength and toughness of the metal parts, making them more resistant to impact and wear.

Popular CNC milling materials

The MakerVerse platform offers 100+ different materials for your CNC machining projects. Here are some of the most popular metals and polymers.  


Resources: LPBF

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