Production of complex and sensitive parts with machining

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Machining is a prototyping and manufacturing process by removing unwanted materials from a larger piece of material and creating the desired shape. This process is also known as subtractive manufacturing because a part is produced by increasing the material from a whole material.

Machining in modern product development is mostly done using CNC machine. In essence, the CNC machine uses the software program for CAD design models and converts the designs into 3D machined parts.

CNC machine types include simple mills with linear and rotary motion, lathes, and more complex multi-axis machines that can operate multidimensionally to produce high-accuracy parts that can be used for form, fit, and functional testing.

The CNC process involves sending a complex program machined using a 3D machining program to the CNC machine to create the required cutter paths, which then runs an automated process to perform the necessary ‘machining’ procedures. The CNC machine can be programmed to repeat the process so that multiple parts can be reproduced to the same specifications.

The result is absolute accuracy, consistency and quality, even with the most complex concept models or parts. CNC can create parts on different surface types from solid material with a tolerance of .001”. One of the most important advantages of machining is the use of a wide variety of materials with real and correct density. It can also be coated on the parts. Production in machining is not fully automated. The part must be rotated manually.

Machining Application Examples

Aerospace and defense industry special parts manufacturing
CNC machining of machine spare parts
CNC machining of automotive spare parts
CNC machining of medical parts and spare parts
CNC machining of dental parts and spare parts

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Machining Materials

Materials Used in Machining

Machining; It is widely used to manufacture metal objects, parts and tools. Metals that can be machined are stainless steel, aluminum, brass, titanium and copper. Stainless steel is commonly used for precision machining and offers the advantages of durability and corrosion resistance. Aluminum is light, easy to machine and inexpensive. Brass is another economical material used for machining, but it should not be used in semiconductor products because of the zinc and tin contained in the material. Titanium is strong, light and corrosion resistant, but is more expensive and difficult to machine than other materials. Copper is a versatile and strong metal and works well as an electrical conductor. Plastics are also frequently used in machining.

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