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What kind of parts are suitable for CNC precision machining?

    First of all, CNC machining is suitable for most precision parts machining in aviation, marine, automotive, medical, industrial and other fields. CNC machining has high precision, fast efficiency and stable quality. As the saying goes, anything that flies in the sky, runs on the ground, or swims in the water can be created!
    The CNC machining center is controlled by numerical control programming, and the machining program is programmed in advance and put into the CNC operating system. It is processed by the operator according to the process. Machine tools are further divided into ordinary CNC machining centers, 3-axis, 4-axis, 5-axis and compound machining centers.
    The CNC machining center can perform multi-axis linkage processing of precision parts with complex structures, and can also make metal prototypes or plastic prototypes for R&D companies for new products in the R&D stage for reference. (OEM CHASSIS METAL ENCLOSURE)

    The CNC machining center can process aluminum profiles, stainless steel, zinc alloy, acrylic, ABS and various plastic raw materials. High compatibility. The process can be divided into fine turning, fine boring, fine milling, fine grinding, grinding and post-processing.(BRASS SPEAKER SPIKE)
    Fine turning and fine boring: Many precision light alloy parts are processed by this method (aluminum alloy or magnesium alloy), and the coordinate accuracy can reach ±2 microns.
    Fine milling: It is used to process aluminum or beryllium alloy structural parts with complex shapes. It relies on the precision of the guide rail and spindle of the machine tool to obtain high mutual position accuracy. Using a carefully ground diamond cutter head for high-speed milling can obtain precise mirror surfaces. .
    Fine grinding: used for machining shaft or hole parts. Most of these parts are made of hardened steel with high hardness.
    Grinding: Use the principle of mutual grinding of mating parts to selectively process the irregular convex parts on the machined surface, and the accuracy can be as high as ±0.01mm.

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