Skip to content
CNC Machining

High-Quality Rapid CNC Milling Services

Our CNC milling services allow you to create industrial-grade parts and components with automated speed and precision.

What Is CNC Milling?

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Milling is a manufacturing process that uses computerized controls and rotating multipoint cutting tools to progressively  remove material from a workpiece and produce a custom-designed part or product. The process is highly automated and precise, enabling the production of complex and intricate parts with tight tolerances.

HordRT supports 3-axis, 4-axis, 5-sixs milling, and right-angle milling capabilities to help you rapidly create designs ranging from simple straight lines to complex geometric shapes. we offer on-demand manufacturing and design-for-manufacturability feedbacl on materials and manufacturing processes for your custom CNC milled parts, no matter your industry.
Get your instant quote today.

Advantages of CNC Milling

CNC milling machines can achieve extrmely high levels of precision and accuracy, making them ideal for producing complex and intricate parts with tight tolerances.

CNC milling offers fast  production times, making it possible to go form design to finished  product quickly. This is particularly beneficial for rapid prototyping and short production runs.

CNC milling can produce parts with complex geometries that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional manual machining. This includes intricate shapes, contours, and cavities.

CNC milling machines can work with a range of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. This versatiltiy allows for the creation of diverse products across various inudustries.

Changes to designs can be implemented quickly and easily by modifying the CNC program, providing greater flexibility in the manufacturing process and allowing for iterative design improvements.

CNC Milling Materials & Finish

We stock more than 30 production-grade plastic and metal materials that are suitable for various part applications and industries.
  • ABS
  • Acetal
  • CPVC
  • HDPE
  • LDPE
  • Nylon
  • PEEK
  • PEI
  • PET
  • PMMA
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polypropylene
  • POM (Delrin)
  • PPSU
  • PS
  • PSU
  • PTFE
  • PVC


  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel
  • Steel Alloy
  • Steel Mild Low Carbon
  • Titanium

Surface Finish on Milled Parts

Typically, we break (debur) the edges on all machined parts. All machined plastic parts are left as-machined, which may leave visible tool marks. Some metal parts, on the other hand, allow more choice. Parts left with sharp edges should be handled with care.
Material: ABS Black Finish: Broken edge
Material: ABS Natural Finish: Broken edge
Material: Aluminum Finish: Broken edge
Material: Aluminum Finish: Broken edge
Material: Aluminum Finish: Broken edge

Applications of CNC Milling

Applications of CNC Milling

Because CNC can be applied to virtually any material, it is perfect for rapid tooling, i.e., creating fixtures or molds.

Rapid Prototyping

The range of materials available, low cost per unit, and speed of production makes CNC a great option for prototyping.

End-Use Production

High-quality finish, vast material options and pr ecise tolerances have made CNC a favorable technology for end rts.

Ready to Work On your Next Project?

Let us help you provide high quality parts in short time. Get your project started now!

Caution: HordRT is full Chinese company, please don't send any enquiry items involved export controlled by U.S. law. e.g. EAR, ITAR etc

Get Quote
Get instant pricing, project lead times, and DFM feedback.