Computer numerical control machining (CNC) is a process that uses numerical controllers in which a computer is designed to operate the device. This programmable machinery controls various behaviors within a machine-like speed, feed rate, and coordination. CNC machine technology provides a way of pre-programming and running the speed and positions of the machine tools in recurring, predictable cycles, all with minimal human interaction during production. In a custom CNC machining process, a technical drawing is developed and translated to computer code via computer-aided design, or CAD. This process is then executed by the CNC equipment system, which produces both parts and bulk material.
These CNC manufacturing processes can be used with various substances, such as metal materials, stainless steel, and plastics. The pre-programmed software we use in our CNC machine shop operates with strict guidelines and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that our service cost effectively maintains high-quality control while significantly reducing production time.