CNC Machining Applied In Rapid Manufacturing
CNC machining is a lively machine from a computer that does nothing but control its movements through a program of work, also-called CAD / CAM. The computer can either be integrated in the box of the machine controls and external to it.
The various engines that compose it are moved on the basis of the parameters controlled by the internal circuitry. They allow to move in their turn of the mechanical components which, assembled upstream, to allow vertical engine, called spindle, equipped with a tool, to accomplish CNC machining of specific materials depending on the work to be performed.
Simple CNC machining operations such as incisions, silhouettes of cuts, but also more complex processing such as real reliefs or sculptures of numerous materials such as plastic, aluminum, brass, foam and also the marble.
The machines with numerical control are those most used to three interpolated axes and contradistinction with the name: X, Y and Z. Where the X is the movement left / right, the Y axis is the movement forward and back, while the Z axis is the one that brings the electrical spindle in the top and bottom. In general, they have well-defined races according to the size of the machine, but most of all according to the mechanics of the races used by the manufacturer.