What is CNC Machining?
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is a manufacturing process in which pre-programmed computer software dictates the movement of factory tools and machinery. This process can be used to control a range of intricate machinery, from lathes and grinders to mills and CNC routers. With CNC machining, three-dimensional cutting tasks are much more accurate and simple.
How Does it Work?
When a CNC system is activated, the cutting patterns are programmed into the software and connected to corresponding tools and machinery, which carry out the dimensional tasks as specified. This makes it highly accurate and reliable every single time.
In CNC programming, the code generator within the numerical system will often assume mechanisms are flawless, despite the possibility of errors, which is greater whenever a CNC machine is directed to cut in more than one direction simultaneously. The placement of a tool in a numerical control system is outlined by a series of inputs known as the part program.
With a numerical control machine, programs are inputted via punch cards. By contrast, the programs for CNC machines are fed to computers through small keyboards. CNC programming is kept in a computer’s memory. The code itself is written and edited by programmers. Therefore, CNC systems offer far more expansive computational capacity. Best of all, CNC systems are by no means static, since newer prompts can be added to pre-existing programs through revised code.
CNC At Euro Machining
Euro Machining has a variety of CNC mills and lathes to meet your needs. From small to large components, short-run and long-run production, and prototype manufacturing, Euro Machining has the equipment to manufacture all projects.
We have built a solid reputation for providing machined components to a wide variety of technologies, utilizing the most modern equipment, technology, and resources available. With a loyal and dedicated staff,
Euro Machining delivers parts to the highest standards on schedule to our customers.
Contact Euro Machining
If you’re needing some machine work done or would like to learn more about what Euro Machining has to offer, contact our offices in San Jose, CA or Santa Clara, CA and let us know how we can help you. We’ve worked with a wide variety of clientele and are certain we have a solution that’s right for your needs. Call today to schedule your free consultation.