CNC Milled Aluminum Cylinder with Holes and Slot

CNC Milled Aluminum Cylinder with Holes and Slot

Process CNC
Material Metal
Quantity 2 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 5 workdays


About Project

Are you looking for a CNC-milled aluminum cylinder with holes and slot? If so, you’ve come to the right place. What was shown in the photo is a cylindrical metal part that has multiple holes around its circumference and a slot along its length as well as a groove on its neck. The cylinder could be used for a variety of purposes. For example, it could be used as a strainer, a filter, or a vent. It could also be used as a decorative element or a functional part of a machine or device.

Some of the advantages of using a CNC-milled aluminum cylinder with holes and slots are:

It is strong and durable, as it can resist corrosion, wear, and tear.
It is lightweight and easy to handle, as it has a low density and mass.
It is versatile and customizable, as it can be made in different sizes, shapes, and patterns according to your specifications.
It is cost-effective and efficient, as it can be produced in large quantities with minimal waste and time.

FacFox has a team of experienced engineers and technicians who can handle any CNC milling project with accuracy and precision. FacFox also has a wide range of materials, finishes, and colors to choose from. Whether you need one piece or thousands of pieces, FacFox can deliver your CNC-milled aluminum cylinder with holes and slot to your doorstep with fast shipping and excellent customer service.

To learn more about FacFox’s CNC milling services or to get an instant quote for your CNC milled aluminum cylinder with holes and slot project, visit their website at [] today. You will not regret choosing FacFox as your CNC milling partner!


  • Step 1: A metal block of stainless steel was clamped onto the CNC milling machine’s worktable.
  • Step 2: The CNC milling machine’s computer program instructed the mill to move along the x, y, and z axes to cut out the cylindrical shape of the cylinder from the metal block.
  • Step 3: The mill moved along the z-axis to drill the holes around the circumference of the cylinder.
  • Step 4: The mill moved along the x-axis to cut out the slot along the length of the cylinder.