There are two primary CNC machining processes: CNC turning and milling.
In CNC turning, a rotating workpiece is fed into a cutting tool, which removes material to create the desired shape.
In CNC milling, the cutting tool is stationary, and the workpiece is moved to remove material and create the desired shape.
Other popular manufacturing processes include EDM, gear hobbing, and drilling.
EDM (electrical discharge machining) is a precise process that machines parts with very tight tolerances. However, it is a slow process and is typically only used for small batches of parts.
Gear hobbing is a process that is used to create gears. It is very precise but can only be used to produce gears with specific shapes and sizes.
Drilling is a process that creates holes in workpieces. It is fast and relatively simple but is limited to creating round holes.
In conclusion, each CNC manufacturing process has its unique benefits. We can provide best CNC machining services.