What is CNC Machining? CNC Machining is used in the Manufacturing Industry to produce components for a vast amount Engineering Sectors. To someone without Manufacturing knowledge every Nut, Bolt and Screw has been Precision Machined using Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining. This allows the computer to control machine tools into cutting/drilling a wide range of materials.
To begin with, a manufacturing drawing is produced of the required component in CAD. (This drawing will be the one that each machinist has whilst producing a component.) The drawing is then converted into a customized program the machine can read. These programs are created in Mazatrol by either our Programming Engineer or our Machinists. The program is then run on a billet of material (usually metal or plastic) with the aid of a machinist. One of the benefits of using CNC Machining over Manual Machining is that the precision from a computer aided product is higher, it is also much easier to manufacture batches of components more efficiently and precisely.
At Core CNC, we use 2 main types of CNC Machining. CNC Milling is one specific form of CNC Machining. It uses rotating cylindrical cutting tool whilst moving along multiple axes to create various shapes, slots and holes. CNC Turning uses a helical tool path while the work piece rotates and removes excess material. Take look at both our CNC Milling and Turning Machines on our Capacity page.
We consider ourselves CNC Machining specialists. Our experienced Team of Engineers along with the latest CNC Machining Technology, allows us to produce your bespoke components to an exceptionally high standard. You can trust us to with your one off prototypes and your small or large batches. Give us a call and talk to us about your machining requirements.