CNC machining is the manufacture and processing of parts and products under computer control. Numerical control machining involves the use of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools to process and adjust a piece of material (ie, a workpiece) by automatically removing excess parts of the material. Under normal circumstances, the material we will use is metal. When the milling is completed, the finished product or part has been produced. This process is also called subtractive manufacturing. In order to perform CNC machining better, computer applications are used to control the movement of the machine tool. The common processing technology types of CNC machine tools are milling and turning, followed by grinding and EDM.
Not all materials can be precision machined. Some materials are very hard and have exceeded the hardness range of precision machining. Therefore, these materials are not suitable for precision CNC machining. In the field of customized precision CNC machining, what issues should be paid attention to when choosing materials?
In the CNC machining process, the strength of the workpiece is of concern to many users and CNC machining manufacturers. For example, the aluminum alloy that we often come into contact with has relatively light weight and high precision, and is very popular in the automotive industry. It can meet the design and use requirements of lightweight automobiles. If the hardness of the parts does not meet the user's requirements, such products can only be treated as waste products.