CNC Milling & Machining

Idaho machining and milling manufacturers bring many years of experience and many different levels of capability to provide you the best in precision machining and milling. We no doubt have a service provider for every industry, including yours.      

Precise! State of the art! Skilled craftsmen! 

From low tech to the highest tech, from military requirements, to medical, to marine and everything in between. You will get totally professional results from these Idaho manufacturers. 

Idaho has the best to offer the advanced and high tech manufacturing OEM's. ( Read more Below)

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AceCo Precision Manufacturing

4095 S. Gekeler Lane

Boise, ID 83716


Advanced Precision Machining


   615 E 44th St

   Boise, ID 83714

Mailing Address:

   P.O. Box 480

   Meridian, ID 83680



C & H Designs LLC

P.O. Box 3121

Hayden, Idaho 83835


CJ Precision Machine Inc. 

6710 Supply Way

Boise, ID 83716 


Cutting Edge Manufacturing 

425 N Kings Rd, 

Nampa, ID 83687 


G Zero CNC Machining
1100 West Taylor Avenue, Suite 100
Meridian, Idaho 83642 


Inventure Engineering & Machine

16077 N Franklin Blvd #6

Nampa, ID 83687


LWM Precision Machining & Fabrication

335 Steelhead Way
Boise, ID 83709

Northwest Machining and Manufacturing, Inc.

1957 E. Lanark St.
Meridian, ID  83642

Pro-Precision Machining, LLC 
5040 N Sawyer Ave
Boise ID 83714

Quality Machine Products Inc.

1404 Industrial Way, 

Caldwell, ID 83605


R Mac Shop

3020 East Badger Drive

Nampa, ID 83687

(208) 461-6001


Space Screw, Inc.

6720 W Boekel Rd. 

Rathdrum, ID 83858

(208) 687-9364 

Sonoma Precision

1868 E Commercial St
Meridian, ID 83642


Teton Machining Solutions

1835 NE 10th Avenue

Payette, ID 83616


What is CNC Milling and Machining?

Idaho has and a vast number of CNC milling and machining companies. These companies are able to produce millions of parts annually.  Most of these companies all perform highly precision machining operations for varied industries including medical, industrial, food services, mining, high tech, marine, automotive, and many others. 

Milling is a machining process which uses rotary cutters to remove material. The cutter advances into a workpiece. This is done in varying directions on one or more axes, and using different cutter head speeds. Milling processes are completed via a variety of operations and machines. This process can be done on scales from small or individual parts to large, heavy gang milling processes. Milling is one of the most common processes for machining custom parts, production parts, and doing so at very tight and precise tolerances. Many materials are currently milled including metal and plastics.

The original type of machines for milling was called the milling machine, or simply mill. Upon development of the computer numerical control (CNC) in the 1960s, milling machines evolved into machining centers, which are milling machines enhanced with tool magazines or carousels, automatic tool changers, coolant systems, CNC capability, and enclosures to control and capture coolant and debris. A common name or classification for these machines is either vertical or horizontal milling center. A further extension of these machines led to multitasking machines, which are purpose-built to facilitate milling and turning within the same machine and process.