Milling is one of the important machining processes. It removes material from the workpiece via a rotary cutting process. Traditionally, it was performed by using milling machines. Over the years, computer numerical control (CNC) milling has replaced traditional milling in various industrial segments. CNC milling is widely employed in various manufacturing facilities to produce gears, washers, electronic components, and more. Similar to other CNC-operated machining processes, CNC milling
Rapid prototyping is a crucial step in the product design and development cycle. Product prototypes are helping understand the design, identify manufacturing defects and analyze the scope of failure in the product design cycle itself. It is essential to prevent defects and failure during the production cycle, else they may lead to huge losses in terms of money and product recalls.
There are different types of prototypes manufactured
CNC machining is used by a number of plastic and metal part manufacturers owing to the accuracy and volume it can offer irrespective of the design complexity, shape, and size of the product. With CNC machining you can accurately drill holes of the same size, form, cut, grind, mill, tap, and perform several other techniques to get the plastic or metal sheet in the required shape and size.