Machining is typically used to achieve a different shape than a simple one, to produce larger diameter holes or to prepare furniture components other than simple, box-type furniture.
Due to the growing market requirements and deteriorating physical parameters of construction materials, in particular chipboard and MDF we increasingly use formatting on milling machines, i.e. a very precise alignment of cut-out elements with a corresponding allowance of 1 cm.

All milling machines we use are CNC machines, or numerically controlled machining centres. In addition, the machines have built-in automatic tool magazines, with which machining is made on the element without having to be moved to another machines. With minimal waste of time, we can start machining the counter-rotating element, and then automatically switch to concurrent processing, thanks to which the material will be continuously pressed by the tool and will minimise the risk of cracks at the entry and exit of the tool.