What is CNC Cutting?
CNC cutting is a processing method that uses programming instructions to allow cutting tools to precisely control the trajectory and cutting range of motion.
How CNC Cutting Works?
If you want the cutting tool to work according to the conditions we set, you need to design the shape to be cut first, and then import it into the control system.
After the control system has a clear command, the tool can be operated to start cutting.
We can also set the cutting speed, power and other parameters of the tool in the control system.
Types of CNC cutting
Laser cutting can cut various materials such as metal, plastic, wood, etc., with high precision and high speed, and without contact with the workpiece.
Plasma cutting is a cutting method that uses high-temperature plasma to heat metal materials until they are melted and blown off. It is suitable for thicker metal materials.
Waterjet cutting is a cutting method that uses high-speed water to weaken and wash away material. It can cut almost any material including metal, stone, ceramic and more.
Flame cutting is a method of oxidizing and cutting metal materials by using a flame mixed with oxygen gas and combustible gas. Like plasma cutting, it is suitable for thicker metal materials.
CNC EDM Cutting
CNC EDM cutting is a cutting method that uses EDM technology to process metal materials into complex shapes. It is suitable for cutting needs of hard materials and special shapes.
Application industry of CNC cutting
CNC cutting is used in a wide range of manufacturing industries, including metalworking, automotive manufacturing, aerospace, electronic equipment, etc.
In the construction industry, CNC cutting is often used to cut materials such as sheet metal, stone and glass for making doors, windows, stairs, curtain walls and decorative components.
Interior Design and Furniture Manufacturing
With CNC cutting, it is possible to make precise furniture parts, custom furniture and decorative elements, such as cutting wood boards, cutting fibreboards, cutting acrylics, etc.
Shipbuilding and Ship Repair
CNC cutting plays an important role in the shipbuilding and repair process. It can be used to cut hull structures, ship plates, decks, ship accessories, etc., to ensure the accuracy and quality of cutting, and to improve the efficiency of ship manufacturing and repair.
Energy and Petroleum Industry
CNC cutting is used in the energy and petroleum industry to cut various metal components and pipes, such as oil well pipes, pipe connectors, valves, etc.
The widespread use of CNC cutting has made manufacturing and machining processes in many industries more efficient, precise and flexible. It provides more design freedom, reduces the influence of human factors, and promotes the improvement of product quality and production efficiency.