CNC Machining

CNC Machining

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines are automated devices that rely on computer instructions to carry out specific tasks. Unlike traditional manual or mechanically controlled machines, CNC machines operate through pre-programmed sequences of commands. They utilize a specialized language called G-code, which provides precise instructions regarding measurements, feed rate, speed, location, and coordination for efficient production processes.


Steps for CNC Machining

CNC Turning CNC Milling CNC Drilling
2-axis CNC lathes 3-, 4- and5-axis machines Upright, bench, radial drill presses

Design (CAD, step)

Generating Toolpath (CAM)


Post Processing (NC Program Generation)

CNC Machining

Finished Product

Technical Specification

CNC Process Tolerance
Lathe ± 0.005" | 0.13mm
Router ± 0.005" | 0.13mm
Router (Cutting Gaskets) ± 0.030" | 0.762mm
3-Axis Milling ± 0.005" | 0.13mm
5-Axis Milling ± 0.005" | 0.13mm
Engraving ± 0.005" | 0.13mm
Surface Roughness (Finish) 125RA



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