5 Axis CNC Machining Services

More parts can be fully machined with a single step with 5 Axis CNC Machine Parts.


5 axis CNC machining services are in high-demand for various applications in a wide range of industries.

Bliss Machine, Inc. offers advanced 5-axis milling services that greatly increase the range of possibilities for designing & manufacturing parts in various shapes and sizes to be used on complex and tight surfaces. We are an experienced 5-axis machining company that can provide a customized solution that will help you meet your most difficult manufacturing objectives. Using 5-axis machining increases the accuracy of details on the different sides or planes of the object.

Our Western New York facility includes multiple technologically advanced 5-axis machines that can perform high-precision machining and milling of multiple parts. Our 5-axis milling services will allow you to take your manufacturing objectives to a higher level and exceed expectations.

5 Axis CNC Machining Services


Bliss Machine, Inc. is proud to be ISO 9001:2015 certified, allowing us to give customers complete confidence in our control over materials and processes.

Bliss Machine’s success is brought about directly from the success of our clients. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified CNC Machine Shop, you are assured our services meet industry quality standards. We exceed these standards with a dedication to precision demonstrated by our experienced and talented employees, cutting-edge CNC machines and a facility designed to handle high-volume productions. For services such as CNC Swiss turning, 5-axis CNC milling, CNC turning, CNC milling and CNC quality & inspection – rely on no other Machine Shop than Bliss Machine, Inc.

Custom 5 Axis CNC Machining Services

Our Quality Assurance engineers use the latest in inspection equipment and training to uphold uncompromising standards and enforce your specifications.

What is 5-Axis Machining?

The term “5-axis” refers to the ability of a CNC machine to move a part or a tool on five different axes at the same time. A 3-axis machine moves a part in two directions (X and Y), and the tool moves up and down (Z). 5-Axis machines can rotate on two additional rotary axes (A and B) which help the cutting tool approach the part from any direction.


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