Increasing productivity is all factories want to do. The purchase of new and modern machines requires a huge amount of cost and trained human resources. Meanwhile, traditional machines have the advantages of low investment costs, efficiency in roughing machining, and low labor costs. However, one of the disadvantages of traditional machines is that the machining surface is poor, and tool wear occurs more frequently. To overcome these disadvantages, a proposed solution is to digitize traditional machines. The authors have implemented a digitizing project on a milling machine by connecting a motor controller and sensors, reading and transmitting data to the center, and displaying it. The information obtained will help improve the machining process and limit the risk of failure.