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CNC Machining is a manufacturing process in which a set of pre-defined computer codes are used to manipulate how the existing machinery such as lathe, grinder, milling machine, would behave. These codes are generated with the help of CAM software that converts CAD drawing of parts into a series of specific codes that control every aspect of the machining process. From feed rate to tool distance, CNC machining requires almost no human input in order to operated and CNC parts are in many ways better than traditionally manufactured products because failure in any critical component could lead to disastrous consequences. Types of CNC Machining Processes

To put it simply, CNC machines are the same as a traditional machine, but it comes with the added benefit of computer control and sometimes along with multi–axis capabilities. Depending on the operations required, different types of CNC machines are used in the industry. For example, a CNC Lathe can perform machining operations involving cuts in the circular direction and unlike manual lathes; a CNC lathe can also be used for creating complex geometries. Similarly, other CNC machines…

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