CNC Milling Machines

The Engineering Technology Group as a leading turnkey provider of CNC machine tools, utilises four globally renowned and trusted Associates for fulfilling their clients CNC Milling Machines needs. Chiron, bavius, Bridgeport Hardinge and Quaser.

We have over 70 different milling machines with full configuration, so whatever specification you require can be met. This includes 3 to 5 axis machines, both vertical and horizontal positioning, and multi or single tables.

We also have the opportunity to supply the CNC  software that is needed to program a CNC milling machine. This includes Mastercam, CIMCO and CAMplete.

When you purchase a milling machine, you also get access to the Technical Services Division (TSD) which will help you find the most efficient way of utilising your machine. This can include help with prototyping, process analysis, tool life studies and programming assistance.

Each associate offers unique milling capabilities, but all offer excellent value for money and reliability. All ETG Milling Machine Tool Sales can be fully backed up with comprehensive service and maintenance packages. Call ETG on 01926 298 128 to find out how we can improve your production efficiency and increase profits or visit our unique CNC machine tool configurator to tailor your machine tool set-up.

CNC Milling Machines reference library:

Chiron, bavius, Bridgeport Hardinge, Quaser

What is a machining centre?

The term machining centre refers to most CNC milling machines and drilling machines that use a workholding table and automatic tool-changer, tool carousel or tool magazine.

The key to a machining centre is that the tool rotates while the work stays still.

5 Axis machining centres allow for the tool to pivot, allowing the milling machine to work at various angles and orientations.

Milling Machines are likely the most common type of CNC machine used today. In this context, milling means using a rotary tool to remove material from the piece of work.