Precision Machining Part
The precision machining process often starts with an initial sketch, which is rendered using computer-aided design (CAD) software. Engineers use CAD software such as AutoCAD to create a 3D diagram of a hand-drawn sketch.
Machinists may then enter the design into computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs or CNC machines. Computers automate the removal of material to produce precise parts.
Precision machining processes allow for greater accuracy. Each cut is completed by a machine that receives instructions from the computer software.
Support design verification to be more reliable
Via CNC machining services, machined parts can be processing by the end-use design materials to acheive the final machined prototypes. Compared with the 3D printed prototype, the CNC machined prototype can use end-use design materials to meet the authenticity of the prototype function verification. CNC machining processing for prototype parts can reach an exacty high precision, which can satisfy the verification of product size and fit. CNC machined prototypes with superior surface quality provide high-quality prototype appearance for display or marketing research.