About Turning Process
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) turning is a highly skilled, precision engineering process. It is an intricate and detailed method of creating custom parts and components using a lathe. which is used to make rotational parts by cutting away unwanted material.
What Turning Process Can Do
Turning is used to produce rotational, typically axi-symmetric, parts that have many features, such as holes, grooves, threads, tapers, various diameter steps, and even contoured surfaces. In a variety of industries, the turning centers are useful for making the following products:
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CNC Turned Parts Accuracy
CNC Turning process can be divided into rough turning, semi-precision turning, fine turning. The rough turning will use large cutting depth and large feed to improve the turning efficiency without reducing the cutting speed, so the machining precision can only reach to IT10, the surface roughness is Ra 20~10 micron, the semi-precision turning process and the fine turning will adopt the high speed and small feed and cutting depth, so the machining precision can reach IT8 to IT5, the surface roughness is Ra 1.6 to Ra 0.4 .
CNC Turning Advantages
Accuracy: For many companies, the precision of CNC turning is one of its most competitive advantages. By incorporating CAD or CAM files into the process, machines can follow strict measurements and eliminate the waste of natural human errors.
Flexibility: CNC turning centers is their flexibility for your diverse applications, as they offer a range of size capabilities.
Repeatability: By producing product batches with unparalleled accuracy, turning process provides exceptional repeatability. That maximize its output and reduce its losses .
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