Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Turning involves creating bespoke precision engineered parts using a lathe. It is a subtractive machining process in which a cutting tool is placed against a spinning piece to cut material according to specific dimensions.
While other subtractive processes such as milling and plasma cutting secure the workplace and have the cutting carried out by a spinning tool, CNC Turning reverses this by rotating the workpiece and cutting it against the static tool.
To create precision engineered CNC Turning products, precise instructions are fed to the computer via CAD software. The lathe is then controlled by the computer to ensure that the items are produced and reproduced in accordance with exact specifications.
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