Machining There are two major categories of manual processing and CNC machining. Manual processing refers to the mechanical workers to manually manipulate milling machines, lathes, drilling machines and sawing machines and other mechanical equipment to achieve a variety of materials processing methods. Manual processing suitable for small quantities, simple parts production. CNC Machining (CNC) refers to the use of CNC machining equipment for machining workers, the CNC equipment, including machining centers, the center of suspected vehicles, WEDM, thread cutting machine. The vast majority of machining shops are using CNC machining technology. Through programming, the position coordinates (X, Y, Z) of the workpiece in the Cartesian coordinate system are converted into programming languages. The CNC controller of the CNC machine tool controls the axes of the CNC machine tool by identifying and interpreting the programming language and automatically removes the materials as required , Resulting in finishing workpieces. CNC machining to the workpiece in a continuous manner, suitable for high-volume, complex shape parts.
Machining Workshop CAD / CAM (Computer Aided Design Computer-Aided Manufacturing) systems are available for automatic programming of CNC machines. The part geometry is automatically converted from the CAD system to the CAM system, and the mechanic chooses a variety of machining methods on the virtual display. When a mechanic chooses a certain processing method, the CAD / CAM system can automatically output the CNC code, usually the G code, and input the code into the controller of the CNC machine for the actual machining operation.