A detailed overview of imported CNC lathe processing

Imported CNC lathe processing refers to the use of digital instructions composed of numbers, text and symbols to achieve the control of one or more mechanical equipment. CNC generally uses general-purpose or special-purpose computers to achieve digital program control, so CNC is also called computer numerical control , Referred to as CNC, and generally called CNC abroad, the concept of NC is rarely used anymore.  
Nowadays, numerical control technology is also called computer numerical control technology. At present, imported CNC lathe processing is a technology that uses a computer to realize digital program control. This technology uses a computer to execute the movement trajectory of the equipment and the operation sequence of the peripherals according to the control program stored in advance. Logic control function. Because the computer is used to replace the original numerical control device composed of hardware logic circuits, the storage, processing, calculation, logical judgment and other control functions of the input operation instructions can be completed by computer software, and the micro-instructions generated by the processing can be transmitted. Drive the motor or hydraulic actuators for the servo drive device to drive the equipment to run.
Traditional mechanical processing is performed by manual operation of ordinary machine tools. During processing, the mechanical tool is shaken by hand to cut metal, and the accuracy of the product is measured by the eye with tools such as calipers. Modern industry has already used computer digitally controlled machine tools for operations, CNC The machine tool can automatically process any products and parts directly according to the program prepared by the technicians. This is what we call “imported CNC lathe processing”. CNC CNC lathe processing is widely used in any field of all mechanical processing, and even more so The development trend of mold processing and important and necessary technical means.

Author: Chris Na