John Prosock Machine, Inc., a
superior CNC machining company, relies on Computer
Numerical Control (CNC) for milling, threading, boring,
and drilling parts to exact customer specifications.
CNC technology simplifies machining by reducing
the number of steps that require significant human
guidance. The result: curves and complex 3D structures
are as easy to produce as straight lines.
At John Prosock Machine, Inc., we
utilize high-end CNC technology to machine with
extreme precision to produce the highest quality
machined parts for customers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Wisconsin, Michigan, California, and outside the US in Canada.
How does CNC Milling
CNC milling uses a computer program written in
a notation called G-code, which conforms to the
EIA-274-D standard. CNC milling machines feature
a rotating cylindrical cutter with multiple flutes,
known as an endmill. The endmill is capable of
traveling along multiple axes and is used for
machining techniques such as slots, pockets, and
of CNC Milling
Considerable improvements in quality, efficiency,
and consistency have been achieved with CNC machining
technology. By utilizing CNC automation, John
Prosock Machine has reduced the frequency of errors
and the time required to alter a machine to produce
specific components. CNC automation has provided
operators with more time to perform other necessary
tasks. John Prosock’s commitment to technology
provides for a faster turnaround, and has allowed
for greater flexibility in the ways a part is
positioned in the machining process. Today, CNC
machining operates from files created by CAM software
so assembly can run directly from design to manufacturing
for product consistency.
At John Prosock Machine, state-of-the-art
CNC milling machines perform a vast number of
complex operations through relatively simple processes
from slot cutting, to drilling, to profiling, to
routing, and more. John Prosock Machine offers
four different types of CNC milling machinery:
Horizontal, Vertical, Thread, and Multi Access machining.
The horizontal machine has a horizontal side mill,
similar to the cross section of a circular saw,
and an X-Y table that holds all work in place.
Within the side mill are milling cutters, which
rotate on a horizontal axis and pierce the material
to cut and drill and bore to exact specifications.
The vertical machine has a vertical spindle, similar
to a drill press, and an X-Y table to position
the work. Within the spindle are milling cutters,
which rotate on a vertical axis and plunge into
the material to cut and drill, bore and countersink the part to exact tolerances.
Thread milling is performed on both horizontal
and vertical machines. Cutters drill and thread
the materials to achieve a hole with perfect dimensional
John Prosock Machine is proud to
serve customers with only the best machining capabilities.
CNC technology has allowed us to manufacture for
a wide range of industries quickly to exact specifications.
We are constantly evaluating the latest technology
and purchasing the best equipment to keep our
machining processes as up-to-date as possible.
Our Daewoo Multi-Axis center uses live tooling to turn and mill a precision part at the same time while maintaining a competitive edge by saving on set up and run time costs for our customers.