Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining is a conventional manufacturing technology where material is removed from a block or billet using cutting tools to achieve a desired final shape which is well within the dimensional tolerances specified by the designer.
What is the CNC Machining
CNC machining is a metal fabrication method that is controlled by written code machinery in the exchange process. CNC - Computer Numerical Control - Controls the movement of the machine, as well as works with the motor components to move and control the axis of the machine on the programmed movement of the CNC controller using a computer program to automatically digitize the data.
We use 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis machines to manufacture the parts
How do CNC machines work?
CNC machines are fully automated. In addition to trajectories and tooling, cutting instructions also require a digital file. The process along with the design requires a lot of tools to create a specific piece of any material. CNC machines create these digital tool libraries. Such a system automatically switches.
Tooling based on digital instructions, making them a workhorse. The process of CNC machining begins with the design of the parts in the CAD software and then the 3D model determines the dimensions and properties of the final part. CAM software is capable of creating models for the entire fabrication process. First it checks the model for errors, and then it creates a CNC program to forge physical parts.
In short, there is a set of combinations that guide the cutting head during the manufacturing process.
As per specifications, subject to manufacturing feasibility.
Depends on the nature and complexity of the part geometry. The average lead-time is up to 10 working days.
Minimum Order Quantity:
• Aluminium 6061
• Aluminium 6082
• Aliminium 7075
• Mild Steel
• Stainless Steel(SS)– Grade 316
• Teflon (PTFE)
• POM (Delrin)
• Acrylic (PMMA)