Our company performs a variety of milling operations; cylindrical, end, end shaped and other cutters.
We produce horizontal and vertical surfaces, arbitrary surfaces, as well as slots, frames, corners, gears, spirals, stamp patterns, molds and other components.
CNC Machining is a subtractive manufacturing process that involves using high speed, precision machines to remove plastic or metal from a block (“blank”) to create the design of a part.
The machines use a variety of cutting tools, and are controlled by computers.
The computers and control consoles used to control the machines make the CNC machining process unique. CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) programming instructions tell the machine how to move.
The software works in conjunction with the CAD (Computer Aided Design) model of the part provided by the customer. With CNC machining, the computer controls the exact velocity and positioning of the tools.
CNC milling machines have a positioning accuracy of up to 0.002 mm. The software allows you to import data from drawings made in different programs and automatically generate processing circuit.
The CNC milling machines can produce highly complex CNC parts and CNC prototype parts quickly. CNC machining has many advantages.
It is a more precise process than manual machining, and it provides exact rerepeatability.
Because the computer controls the machine movement, the machine tools can all move precisely and simultaneously on their axes to create complex, three-dimensional shapes that would be almost impossible with manual machining.
These qualities make CNC machining a good manufacturing process for jobs that require a high level of precision or repetition.