CNC machining is a series of subtractive manufacturing techniques that use a computer-controlled process to manufacture parts by removing material from larger blocks. Since each cutting operation is controlled by a computer, multiple processing stations can manufacture parts based on the same design file at the same time, enabling high-precision end-use parts with extremely strict tolerances. CNC machines are also capable of cutting along multiple axes, allowing manufacturers to create complex shapes with relative ease. Although CNC machining is used in almost every industry in the manufacturing industry, it is a relatively new development in production methods.
CNC machine tools have a long history. Since the early days of automation, the technology has come a long way. Automation uses cams or perforated paper cards to help or guide the movement of tools. Today, this process is widely used to manufacture complex and sophisticated medical equipment components, aerospace components, high-performance electric motorcycle components, and many other cutting-edge applications.
Teknic initially manufacture the Aluminum components for our motor factory to fabricating the caps and pump housings for internal supply until the year 2018.
From the year 2019, Teknic started to manufacture the die-casting parts and CNC parts for export to North America and Europe.Products mainly used for Pump, Valve and Lights Heat Radiation and etc.
What is a CNC machine used for?
CNC – Computer Numerical Control – Taking digitized data, a computer and CAM program is used to control, automate, and monitor the movements of a machine. The machine can be a milling machine, lathe, router, welder, grinder, laser or waterjet cutter, sheet metal stamping machine, robot, or many other types of machines.
When did CNC machining start?
A modern mainstay of manufacturing and production, computer numerical control, or CNC, goes back to the 1940s when the first Numerical Control, or NC, machines emerged. However, turning machines appeared before then. In fact, a machine used to replace handcrafted techniques and increase precision was invented in 1751.
Post time: Sep-06-2022