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What Is CNC 5 Axis Machining?

What Is CNC Turning?

The Different Types of Plasma Cutting

CNC Machine Maintenance Tips

Improving CNC Design To Minimise Production Costs

CNC Router Guidance

CNC Machining Overview

Programming Basics for A CNC Router

In the past, shaping metal, plastic, and wood required physical supervision by a human operator. The result was irregular shapes of inaccurate measurements. The introduction of computer numeric control (CNC), ensures a high level of accuracy and perfectly shaped material.
When it comes to plasma cutting, there are three different types to choose between. These are air plasma cutting, mixed-gas plasma cutting and hi-def plasma cutting. Each one comes with its own advantages and disadvantages and choosing the right one is a matter of understanding the strengths of each as well as the requirements of... Read More
Are you looking for CNC machines for sale? Proper maintenance of your CNC Machines will save production time and prevent machinery failures. CNCs are very avant-garde machines with the ability to make the most complex machining tasks easier.
Finding new ways to reduce production costs is a constant challenge for manufacturers. Taking the time to evaluate and improve the CNC design process before production begins is an invaluable asset to optimising efficiency and quality. The list below offers some examples of how you can utilise within your business.
A CNC router uses computer numerical control (CNC) to cut pre-programmed shapes and templates from wood and metal with pin-point accuracy. Large standalone units are for professional use while smaller bench top models are a versatile choice for the DIY enthusiast or hobbyist.
With the advances in the development of computers and software for use in the manufacturing environment, it was inevitable that machine tools like lathes, mills, and grinders would be controlled by computers and not by humans anymore.
CNC programming stands for Computer Numerical Control Programming. Manufacturers use it to come up with program instructions for computers which they use to regulate a machine tool. CNC is great for automation and flexibility. When learning G code, you should think of it as learning a new language.
The manufacturing industry has started to shift from the use of conventional to CNC machining. CNC gives you plenty of advantages that you may not get from conventional machining. It is great for industries which require precision and efficiency. These industries include; agriculture, aerospace, automotive, military, publishing, production, and transportation.
Machine Selection and Preparation When considering your plasma cutting system it is important to consider what size and thickness of sheet materials you will be processing. The size and thickness of the sheet will dictate the overall machine size and footprint and the capacity of the high voltage source.
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