Precision CNC machining is also called precision CNC machining. It is mainly used to compile machining programs, which is to transform the original manual work into a kind of computer programming, which is a new type of machining technology. The feed processing route of the controlled lathe refers to the path that the turning tool moves from the fixed origin of the machine tool until it returns to this point and ends the processing program.
Precision CNC machining
precision CNC machining refers to machining with numerically-controlled machining tools. CNC index-controlled machine tools are programmed and controlled by CNC machining languages, usually G codes. The delrin machining G code language tells the Cartesian position coordinates of the machining tool of the CNC machine tool, and controls the feed speed and spindle speed of the tool, as well as the tool changer, coolant and other functions. Precision CNC machining has great advantages over manual machining. For example, the parts produced by CNC machining are repeatable; CNC machining can produce parts that cannot be completed by manual machining. Numerical control processing technology has been widely promoted. Most of the machining workshops have numerical control processing capabilities. The common CNC machining methods in typical machining workshops are CNC lathe and CNC EDM wire cutting (electric discharge wire cutting).
The tools for CNC milling are called CNC milling machines or precision CNC machining centers. The lathe that performs numerical control turning processing is called a numerical control turning center. CNC machining G code can be programmed manually, but usually the machining workshop uses CAM (computer aided manufacturing) software to automatically read the CAD file and generate the G code program to control the CNC machine tool.