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Introduction Of CNC Processing
- Aug 09, 2018 -

There are two main types of machining, manual processing and CNC machining. The first one refers to the adaption of manual processing of milling machines, lathes, drilling machines and sawing machines to achieve the processing of various materials, which is suitable for small batch and simple parts production. The second one refers to the machining of CNC equipment by mechanical workers, and these CNC equipment include machining bases, turning and milling bases, wire EDM equipment as well as thread cutting machines. CNC machining processes workpieces in succession, which is suitable for producing large-volume, complex-shaped parts.

CNC machining is also known as CNC milling machine. Except the features of ordinary milling machines, it also has following merits. Firstly, CNC machining has strong adaptability, flexibility and excellent contour shaping ability, especially for curve parts and complex parts like mold components. Secondly, CNC can process parts requiring multi-channel machining after clamping and positioning. Thirdly, its high precision, stable and reliable processing quality make operator's operation errors become less. Fourthly, its high-degree automation reduces the labor intensity of operators, and it’s conducive to the automation of production management. Fifthly, CNC machining generally doesn’t require the use of special process equipment such as special fixtures. When replacing the workpiece, it only needs to call the data of clamping and adjusting tools that stored in the machining process, which greatly reduces the production cycle and enhance the efficiency. Lastly, the adjustable spindle speed and feed speed help to choose the best cutting amount.