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CNC MACHINING FOR CONVENTION PRODUCTION FACILITIES IN NASHIK

by Prasad Ugale PRECISION MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS

CNC is a Computer Numerical Control machine and used to automate machine tools through the use of pre-programmed machine control sequences. This process includes bending, drilling, hole punching, gluing, grinding, laser cutting, flame and plasma cutting, slicing, picking and putting, and ultrasonic welding. Mills, lathes, machining with electric discharge and water jet cutters are often used for CNC.

The main concern with the most used CNC machining can be cut in directly proportional to the number of axes that CNC machine operates. The axes on a CNC machine are split into the x- and y-axis tracks (horizontal) and a z axis track (vertical). The most common being a 3-axis machining CNC with tool carousel or 5-axis machining CNC with interchangeable tools. CNC machining is versatile & therefore widely used for production of prototypes, minute tolerances, and secondary operations and post-forming including the removal of excess material and boring holes. CNC can be used for both rapid prototyping and convention production end-use components.

Materials for CNC Machining

CNC Machining services use various materials for object production. Materials play a significant role in the designing process. Among the hundreds of metal alloys and plastic polymers that can be machined, aluminum and engineering plastics are most common for prototype machining. Plastic parts designed to be molded in mass production are often machined in the prototype phase in order to avoid the high cost and lead time of mold making.

Access to a wide range of materials is especially important when prototyping. Because different materials have different cost and different mechanical and chemical properties, it may be preferable to cut a prototype in a cheaper material than what is planned for the final product, or a different material may help optimize the strength, stiffness or weight of the part in relation to its design.


CNC Machining Operations

CNC machines are proving to be resourceful solution to producing custom parts flexibly. These machines follow directions from pre-programmed computer software. CNC process can optimizes and control the production cost and supply chain with a significant impact on productivity. In convention production of custom parts and prototypes, this impact is magnified, as setup changes and opportunities for waste occur more frequently.

The CAD programmer creates 2D or 3D drawing in computer-aided design (CAD) software which includes specifications such as the structure and dimensions that will tell the CNC machine how to create the part. The CAD programmer needs to convert the CAD drawing into a CNC-compatible file because CAD files find use in many applications. They can use a program to modify the CAD format to a CNC format. When the operator has a readable file, then it can set up the machine itself. And they can attach workpieces and tooling for the program to execute. After that CNC operator can start the program and machines follows that entire program.

Deccan Engineering works team can effort with this type of technology, for the production of complex, precise parts for some industries, and for the surface finishing and detailing of critical features. We are leading professional CNC machining manufacturer in Nashik. We offers more CNC milling &Turning, lathe, EDM, CNC Grinding and assembly services, also provide convention productions services, our expert and engineers team both are closed to work with you to make your projects under effective and quickly. At DeccanEW, you will feel very easy and comfortable to run your projects, as we will assign our expert engineer to handle your projects.

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About Prasad Ugale Advanced   PRECISION MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS

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