Aluminum CNC Machining and CNC Milling Parts Machining for CNC Machining Stainless Steel Manufacturing
Used on a predetermined material, CNC equipment produces super-precise dimensional profiles. For automobiles, the aerospace sector, even in woodworking, the computer numerical control language processes raw parts and transforms them into beautifully realized end-use components. Focusing more on aluminium and stainless steel, not wood, we’ll see today whether there’s a difference in those materials, well, as far as their CNC machining requirements are concerned. Starting with aluminium, this softer alloy is generally easier to machine.
As one of the fastest-growing precision CNC machining services China suppliers, the following machining capabilities at TORICH are available to serve your needs of CNC machined parts, from rapid prototyping to precision parts and tooling machining, to end-use production.
· CNC Turning: a technology through which the material block fixed on the CNC turning center or lathe rotating with high speed, while the cutting tool moving into the rotating axis to process the workpiece, to get CNC turned parts with exact sizes.
· CNC Milling: often regarded as the most common machining process, which refers to utilizing a CNC milling cutter to do circular motion and create milled parts with certain shapes and details in a stationary piece, including slots, holes, notches, grooves, etc.
· CNC Drilling: a cutting process in which the workpiece is fixed, aligning the cutter center with the hole center and rotate to produce round holes, can be done on lathes and mills.
· CNC Milling and Turning: a compound machining technology in which the cutting tool and workpiece are both rotating, to produce complex curved or special-shaped parts through designed multiple kinds of tasks.
· Wire EDM: EDM parts from prototypes to full production with tight tolerance and complex construction.