CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing

CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing

CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing

Aluminum 6063 is an ideal alloy for CNC machine milling to manufacture high-precision machinery parts and replacement components for devices, such as the upconverter housing.

An upconverter is a tool used in telecommunications to increase the signal frequency, in order to ensure it works normally, every part of the upconverter is critical.

TDB Tech is a Vietnam mfg top aluminum milling company that provides custom 6063 aluminum parts like durable housing for upconverters, we are also capable of CNC machining with other alloys and other processes.

Aluminum 6063 CNC parts offer high corrosion resistance, good electrical conductivity, good surface finish, and medium strength.

They can also be found in architectural applications, extrusions, air cylinders, piping, storage tanks, electrical, marine, and more industries.

More highly accurate aluminum machined parts are supplied at TDB Tech, with a wide selection of materials, finishes, colors, shapes, etc.

Our aluminum machining services and products are frequently chosen by worldwide clients, the milled aluminum upconverter housing shows a superior appearance but is available at low prices.

CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing

Specifications of CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing


Aluminum 6063



Surface Treatment


Main Process


Quality Control

Strictly Quality control in the whole process, from material to packing, Coordinate-measuring machine


Aluminum Housing

Customized Drawings

Auto CAD, JPEG, PDF, STP, IGS, and most other file formats are accepted

Advantages of Our CNC Milling Aluminum 6063 Housing

– Excellent corrosion resistance and good conductivity
– Accurate dimensions and tight tolerances
– Simplified part setups and reduced costs
– Free design and different levels of complexity

CNC milling aluminum 6063 is a common practice for manufacturing housing components.

Aluminum 6063 is an alloy primarily composed of aluminum, magnesium, and silicon, making it suitable for various applications, including housing fabrication. Here’s a general overview of the process:

  1. Design: Begin by creating a 3D CAD model of the housing in software like SolidWorks, AutoCAD, or Fusion 360. Ensure that the design meets your requirements, including dimensions, features, and any necessary tolerances.

  2. Material selection: Aluminum 6063 is readily available and commonly used for housing applications due to its good strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance. Obtain the required aluminum 6063 stock material in the appropriate dimensions for your housing.

  3. CNC programming: Use CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) software, such as Mastercam or Fusion 360, to generate the toolpaths necessary for milling the housing. This involves defining the machining operations, tool selection, cutting speeds, and feed rates.

  4. Set up the CNC milling machine: Install the appropriate cutting tools, such as end mills or ball mills, in the CNC milling machine. Secure the aluminum 6063 stock material to the machine’s worktable using clamps or a vise, ensuring it is properly aligned.

  5. Machine setup: Configure the CNC milling machine by entering the appropriate tool offsets and workpiece zero position based on your CNC program. This ensures accurate machining and helps prevent tool breakage.

  6. Machining process: Run the CNC program, which controls the machine’s movements and cutting operations. The milling process will involve removing material from the aluminum 6063 stock to shape the housing. This can include facing, contouring, drilling holes, creating slots, and any other required features.

  7. Cooling and lubrication: Aluminum milling generates heat, so it’s essential to use coolant or lubrication to prevent overheating and ensure better tool life. This can involve using a water-soluble coolant or a suitable cutting fluid during the machining process.

  8. Quality control: Periodically inspect the workpiece during the milling process to ensure the dimensions and surface finish meet the specifications. Use precision measuring tools like calipers, micrometers, and surface roughness testers to verify the accuracy and quality of the housing.

  9. Finishing touches: Once the milling process is complete, perform any necessary post-machining operations like deburring or chamfering to remove sharp edges and improve th
    e aesthetics of the housing.


Contac to TDB Hanoi Co., Ltd.

  • Address: No.06 Binh Minh Stress, Tan Lap, Dan Phuong Districts, Hanoi
  • Factory: Lot CN13-2, Yen Binh Industrial Park, Pho Yen Districts, Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam
  • Hotline: (+84) 969-828-515
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