CNC Turning Part
In CNC turning, bars of material are held in a chuck and rotated (spun) while various tools are “pressed” to the bar stock to remove material and create the desired shape and features. When the component requires both turning and milling features (pictured above), the bar rotation can be stopped to allow for milling (usually flat area). This technique allows for a wide range of shapes, sizes, features and even material types.
Turning part multiple application
Thanks to precision CNC machining, it enables the production of custom machined parts, even for complicated designs. Further, crafting parts, be it in metals, wood, or plastic, and the process is thorough to perfection.
The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine uses a programmed language to create an array of tool and customized parts. Such accuracy and precision are vital in developing parts to be used in highly sensitive sectors like the aerospace and aeronautics. Uniquely, the CNC machine gives the exact dimension, and discrepancy witnessed arise when there is drafting in the original prototype.