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What fields can CNC Machining be used in?

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CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining refers to the manufacturing process that involves the use of computers to control machine parts. CNC machining is used in nearly every industry, including small roadside workshops and repair shops.

Everyone involved in manufacturing should take advantage of what this technology can do for their company. For example, a CNC machine:

The high degree of automation reduces the labor intensity of enterprises.
Achieve more precise production levels that yield good product consistency exponentially faster.
With multi-axis linkage, it allows you to achieve complex machining of prototype machining.


So, what fields can CNC machining be used in?

Metal removal industry

CNC machines are useful in metal removal industries such as the automotive industry, aerospace industry, and jewelry manufacturing. This technology removes excess metal from raw materials to obtain the desired final product. CNC machines can also be used to create special-shaped products in manufacturing, which may include threaded, round, rectangular, square, and even three-dimensional products.

Metal manufacturing industry

There are several industries that require thin metal sheets, such as steel sheets, to manufacture final products. Some metal fabrication tasks, such as drilling precision holes, flame or plasma cutting, welding and shearing, can be more easily accomplished with CNC machines. There are several metal fabrication industries that can benefit from CNC machine tools, for example: Electronics.

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