A CNC machine is a motorized maneuverable tool and often a motorized maneuverable platform, which are both controlled by a computer, according to specific input instructions.
What is CNC Machining?
CNC machining is a term used to describe processes in which machine tools are controlled by a computer program. The computer program instructs the equipment to make precise, three-dimensional cuts. CNC is the acronym for “computer numerical control,” which speaks to this computer-driven machining process. More precise and faster than manual machining, CNC does not require manual intervention during the cutting process.
Machining is a term sometimes used synonymously with the broader family of subtractive manufacturing. Among the CNC machining options that 3Diligent ProdEX offer are technologies including turning, milling, lathing, boring, braiding, routing, and others.
Boring is the process of enlarging a hole drilled by means of a single-point cutting tool, such as in boring a gun barrel or an engine cylinder.
Electro-discharge machining is capable of delivering tremendous precision on parts made of electrically conductive materials.
Using a rapidly turning blade to cut into a block of raw material. The fundamental CNC Machining technology, capable of creating a wide variety of geometries with tight tolerances.
Routing can be CNC, hand-held, or mounted on a table, creating hollow spaces and cavities in a workpiece from one angle.
This process carves round and circular-shaped metals or plastics into more precise geometries with smooth, tight tolerances.