Precision Machining Technology
Computer Numerical Control Machining
CNC machining is a manufacturing process that uses computer-controlled and is driven by the writing of CAD / CAM programs.
The milling machine uses the workpiece to move in the XY plane, and the Z axis is the tool spindle to rotate, and the milling work is performed from top to bottom.
A machine tool that rotates a milling cutter with several blades and moves the workpiece for cutting is a very economical method for small or mass production.
The milling machine can fix the workpiece, and the rotating tool can generally make a 3D or 2D workpiece, which can accurately mill the workpiece in various shapes such as plane milling, curved surface milling, and groove milling.
Pros: High accuracy, high quality, maintaining fine tolerances.
Reduce fixtures. Thus reducing upfront costs and lead times.
Diversified processing, precision drilling and precision cutting. The unit cost can be reduced in a small amount of diverse production mode.
Disadvantages: The equipment is sophisticated and complex, and the maintenance cost is high, which is reflected in the product cost.
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