Our CNC machining capabilities include milling and turning(lathing). While CNC milling and turning are two common machining processes that remove material from a workpiece with the assistance of a cutting tool, though, they have a few key differences. CNC milling rapidly spins a cutting tool against a stationary workpiece. It uses primarily square or rectangular bar stock to generate a flat surface. CNC turning on the other hand forces the workpiece to rotate against a cutting tool. It uses primarily round bar stock for machining components to generate a cylindrical or conical surface. With different mechanism, they each offer unique advantages when used in the manufacturing industry.