CNC Milling

If your looking for a milling shop to machine precision parts and components with high accuracy and repeatability, look no further than Kenworth Engineering for your sub-contract CNC milling services. We can produce milled parts from a wide range of materials including metal, plastics and composites with no job being too big or complex for us to handle.

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CNC Milling services for bespoke parts and components

What is CNC Milling

Computer Numerical Control Milling, or CNC Milling for short, is a subtractive manufacturing process that uses computer numerical control (CNC) to operate cutting tools. A CNC machine program is a machine readable format of a computer aided design file that instructs these tools to remove material from a workpiece, usually a plastic or metal block to create the final product.

Milling can be carried out on a 3-axis or 5-axis machine, depending on the application. 3-axis machines are generally used for smaller, more intricate parts, while 5-axis machines are better suited for larger parts with more complex geometry.

CNC milling is a versatile process that can produce parts with a wide range of shapes and sizes. It is commonly used by companies in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries.

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Your time is important. We understand that. That’s why we have made the process of getting a quote for your milling requirements as simple and quick as possible.

Upload your CAD files and job specifications using our user-friendly quote form, or send them to us via email, and our expert team will evaluate your project and deliver a comprehensive, competitive quote within 24 hours.

Don’t let time hold you back – with our rapid milling quotes, you can keep your project moving forward without delay.

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Why choose Kenworth Engineering for CNC milled parts?

When it comes to CNC milling, Kenworth Engineering stands out as the ultimate choice for precision and reliability.

With over 30 years of experience in all aspects of milling, we are trusted by some of the biggest companies in the world in industries such as Oil & Gas, Automotive, Renewable Energy, and Architectural.

Our state-of-the-art workshop is equipped with cutting-edge CNC milling machinery, including 3-axis and 5-axis machines. This, alongside our team of highly skilled millers who are trained to the highest standards, ensures that we deliver exceptional quality in every project we undertake.

But our commitment doesn’t end there – we also pride ourselves on providing unparalleled customer service. From the initial consultation to the final delivery, we work closely with you to ensure your complete satisfaction. And with our adherence to ISO 9001:2015 quality standards, you can trust that every part manufactured at Kenworth Engineering meets the highest levels of precision and quality.

So, why choose Kenworth Engineering for your CNC milled parts? Because when it comes to experience, technology, and commitment to excellence, we are the industry leaders you can depend on.

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What materials can be used in CNC Milling?

There are many types of materials that are ideal for CNC Milling including ferrous and non-ferrous metals including steel, aluminium, brass, and even through to titanium.

Our CNC Milling services are also able to produce your parts and components from engineering-grade plastic and thermoplastic materials, composite materials and special alloys.

Learn more about choosing the right material for your CNC milled parts in our recent guide


We can manufacture CNC milled parts from a range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals


A range of engineering-grade plastics and thermoplastics can be used in the CNC milling process

Composites and Special Alloys

Special alloys and composite materials are available for CNC milled parts and components

CNC Milling services for bespoke parts and components

Discover Our Advanced CNC Milling Capabilities

Kenworth Engineering is proud to offer a comprehensive range of CNC milling capabilities to cater to the diverse needs of our clients. With state-of-the-art machinery and highly skilled engineers, we are equipped to handle various projects with precision, efficiency, and reliability. Explore our CNC milling capabilities below:

5-Axis Milling Capabilities

Our advanced 5-axis milling machines enable us to manufacture components with complex geometries and tight tolerances. We can accommodate parts up to 600mm in diameter, making this technology ideal for producing intricate designs in a single setup, reducing lead times and ensuring a high level of accuracy.

3-Axis Milling Capabilities

For larger components, our 3-axis milling capabilities allow us to produce parts up to 1200mm long, 600mm wide, and 600mm high. This versatile technology is perfect for a wide range of applications, from simple parts to more complex structures, all while maintaining the highest standards of precision and quality.

Mill/Turn Capabilities

Combining the best of both CNC milling and turning, our mill/turn capabilities offer exceptional flexibility and efficiency. We can handle components up to 300mm in diameter and 700mm in length, ensuring that we can meet the diverse needs of our clients across various industries.

Choose Kenworth Engineering for your CNC milling requirements and experience the benefits of our industry-leading capabilities and commitment to excellence.

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CNC milling capabilities: 3-axis and 5-axis milling

Unmatched Quality Assurance for Your CNC Milling Projects

At Kenworth Engineering, we understand the importance of exceptional quality CNC milled parts and components in the success of your projects. We are steadfast in our dedication to providing the highest caliber CNC milling services, ensuring that every aspect of our process aligns with your expectations.

Our commitment to quality is exemplified by our ISO 9001:2015 certification, which confirms that our CNC milling services adhere to the strictest industry standards. With the help of our cutting-edge machinery and highly skilled operators, we can guarantee the production of your parts and components with remarkable precision, accuracy, and reliability.

To uphold our quality assurance promise, each CNC milled part undergoes thorough testing and inspection before being dispatched to you. This diligent approach enables us to consistently deliver top-quality parts and components, providing you with the confidence needed to advance your project seamlessly.

Choose Kenworth Engineering for your CNC milling needs and experience the assurance that comes with our unwavering commitment to quality. Contact us today to learn more about how our CNC milling services can contribute to your project’s triumph.

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CNC Milling Machines

Kenworth Engineering boasts an impressive range of CNC milling machines including 3-axis and 5-axis milling machines. Our milling machines are fitted with a range of tooling and we employ a selection of vices that allow us to machine parts and components with a range of complexities making us the perfect choice for all your CNC milling requirements.

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DMG-Mori DMU-50 CNC machine used for CNC parts and component manufacturing
Fanuc Robodrill machine
Doosan DNM650 CNC machine
Doosan DNM5700 CNC machine

DMG-Mori DMU-50

This is a full simultaneous 5 axis machine and when coupled with our large selection of Lang quick point vices, it gives us the ability to machine 5 sides of your component in one go, saving multiple set ups.

We upgraded the spindle to a 20,000rpm Speed Master spindle to give us that extra edge when tackling any of the more complex 3D shapes you may have a requirement for.

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Fanuc Robodrill

This machine is fitted with a Nikken 5AX-201 rotary table turning it into a full simultaneous 5 axis machine. We had this machine spec’d with a 24,000rpm spindle to keep up with the Robodrill’s rapid movements allowing us to really get the cycle times down in the softer materials such as brass, aluminium and engineering plastics.

Doosan DNM650

This is our biggest 3 axis machining centre with a table size of 1200mm x 650mm.

Doosan DNM5700

This is our second DNM5700. Whilst the other has 2 additional axes, this one has a full bed size of 1000mm x 650mm.

CNC Milling Services you can count on

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We’re ISO 9001:2015 certified meaning you count on us every time


We have over 30 years experience in CNC Machining


We manufacture parts and components to sub 10 microns tolerance


We aim to get quotes back to you within 48 hours

To optimizs your design for CNC milling, consider factors such as part geometry, material selection, and tolerances. It is also helpful to consult with a CNC milling expert, who can provide valuable insights and suggestions to improve the manufacturability of your design while maintaining the desired functionality and quality.

CNC milling uses a rotating cutting tool that moves across a stationary workpiece to create parts with a variety of shapes and features, while CNC turning involves rotating the workpiece while a cutting tool moves along its surface, primarily producing cylindrical parts. Both processes can achieve high precision and accuracy.

CNC milling services are used in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, oil & gas, renewable energy, and architectural sectors. Its versatility and precision make it suitable for producing parts ranging from simple to complex components with tight tolerances and complex geometries.

CNC milling is a subtractive manufacturing process that uses computer-controlled machines to remove material from a workpiece, creating precise parts and components with various shapes and features. This is achieved by moving a rotating cutting tool across the stationary workpiece in multiple axes.

In 3-axis CNC milling, the cutting tool moves along the X, Y, and Z axes, allowing for basic part geometries. 5-axis CNC milling adds two additional rotational axes, enabling the cutting tool to access the workpiece from multiple angles, allowing for the production of more complex parts with greater precision and reduced setup times.

Lead times for CNC milling projects can vary depending on factors such as part complexity, material availability, and production volume. However, typical lead times can range from a few days for simple, low-volume projects to several weeks for more complex, high-volume orders.