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Machining Service

Machining, referred to as machining for short, refers to the process of accurately removing excess materials from the blank by traditional machining according to the shape and size requirements of the drawing, so as to make the blank meet the geometric tolerance required by the drawin. Modern machining is divided into manual machining and numerical control machining. Manual machining refers to the operator operating lathes, milling machines, grinders, and other mechanical equipment to accurately process the workpiece, which is suitable for the production of single and small-batch parts; NC machining is that the operator sets the programming language for the CNC equipment. CNC controls the axis of the NC machine tool to process automatically according to the requirements by identifying and interpreting the programming language, which is suitable for the processing of large quantities and complex parts. What fields are precision machining used in? Precision machining has high precision and high processing cost. It is mainly used in civil and military fields such as national defense, medical equipment, aerospace, and electronic production.

CNC Machining
The machining surface shape of milling machine is generally composed of straight line, arc or other curves. The operator of ordinary milling machine shall meet the requirements of the drawing. Continuously changing the relative position between the tool and the workpiece, and then cooperating with the selected milling cutter speed, so that the tool can cut the workpiece, and various workpieces of different shapes can be processed.
CNC Turning
CNC lathe machining is a high-precision and efficient automatic machine tool, which uses digital information to control the displacement of parts and tools. It is an effective way to solve the problems of changeable varieties, small batch, complex shape and high precision of aerospace products and parts, and to realize efficient and automatic processing.

Custom CNC Machining Services

We have a highly skilled team and high-end testing equipment. We have served many industries, including medical treatment, aviation, national defense and other fields. We'll do a good job of secrecy. It can keep all the customer's information from being disclosed. We have complete equipment, including a machining center and CNC lathe. Based on some parts that may need to be assembled, we have our own assembly line and packaging line. Ensure that the products obtained by customers are our best products. We are looking forward to your support!

CNC Machining FAQs

What industries use cnc machinery?

Demand for CNC machine tools in top ten industries: Aviation industry, shipbuilding industry, automobile manufacturing industry, weapon manufacturing industry, power generation equipment manufacturing industry, metallurgical equipment manufacturing industry, engineering machinery manufacturing industry, mold manufacturing industry, electronic information equipment manufacturing industry.

What are the advantages of CNC machining?

NC machining is an effective method to manufacture small batch, complex shapes, high precision, and a wide variety of parts. It is widely used in the whole manufacturing industry to deal with various parts of various materials.

NC machining is the abbreviation of NC machine tool machining. It is a machining technology, which involves machining parts on a specific NC machine tool. In addition to conventional machining, NC machining tools are controlled by a precisely programmed computer system. The code used to program the NC unit is usually called the G code. It tells the machine how to move the tool to make the required parts.

CNC machine tools are increasingly replacing manual machine tools, such as vertical milling machines, shaping machines, planers, and central lathes. Using NC machining has many advantages

What are the different types of machining processes?

1. Cutting: change the shape of the workpiece by removing materials, such as CNC lathe, CNC milling, machining center, and engraving machine.

2. Forming processing: directly change the shape of the workpiece with a die without producing iron and aluminum chips such as CNC stamping, CNC spinning, etc.

3. Special processing: such as wire cutting, EDM, plasma cutting, etc.