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5-axis CNC Machining

by Norm Grimberg CNC Machining and Machine Shop
Handheld machines have advanced to highly sophisticated computerized machines (CNC). Similarly, basic 2,3-axis CNC machines have now led on to a more improved, more liked 5-axis CNC machines.
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The Machining world is growing at an unbelievable pace. Handheld machines have advanced to highly sophisticated computerized machines (CNC). Similarly, basic 2,3-axis CNC machines have now led on to a more improved, more liked 5-axis CNC machines. While expensive, 3+2 axis and 5-axis machines are now a staple in almost every CNC machine shop. Its imperative that both large-scale and small and medium manufacturing units are utilizing the one and many benefits of this machine type who is going to pass the opportunity to get better productivity, higher accuracy at much lower costs (leaving the initial set-up cost, of course).

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About Norm Grimberg Senior   CNC Machining and Machine Shop

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