Computer Numerical Control—or CNC—machining is a computer-guided manufacturing process in which software dictates the specific movements of tools and machinery. CNC machining was initially adopted in metal and plastics manufacturing, but has since become a staple across industries. The precision and flexibility of CNC machining have made it invaluable in factories of all sizes.
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Much like robotic surgery has done in the operating room, CNC machining has leveraged the advantages of computerized precision on the factory floor. For complex, three-dimensional cutting prompts, the traditional manufacturing method required human operators to use levels, buttons, and wheels in a multi-step process to make the appropriate cuts. Invariably, this type of set-up would allow human error to enter the equation. Even the slightest variation in cuts could cause significant challenges.
CNC machining eliminates this concern. The computer software is programmed with the precise cuts that need to be made, and the program can be run repeatedly to produce as many pieces as needed in a single step. As long as the desired cuts are programmed into the CNC software correctly, the risk of human error is removed. You get the right results—every time—faster than you can with human operators.
Endless Revision Options
Unlike standard numerical systems, CNC machining is completely revisable. The software code is stored in the computer system’s memory, and the initial programming can be rewritten and revised at any time simply by adding new code. This means you can easily refine your processes and shift your designs without dealing with significant downtime.
Put the Benefit of CNC Machining to Work for You
CNC machining increases efficiency and reduces downtime, which can translate into a significant boost for your bottom line. R&J Manufacturing can customize a solution that allows you to harness the benefits of CNC for your business. Contact us to learn more.