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What is CNC
CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control.
It involves using computer algorithms to control machines for precision machining. CNC machines include CNC tooling machines, CNC lathes, and CNC milling machines.
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Box Guideway / Linear Guideway
The linear axis feeding system of a machine tool consists of guideways, ball screws, motors, and other components. The guideway can be divided into two types: box way and linear way. The choice between the two depends on the design orientation of the machine and the processed workpieces. Here is a brief explanation of the differences between the two types.
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The term “bearing” comes from the word “bear” in the sense of "support," and "to carry a burden." This refers to the fact that bearings support and carry the load of revolving axles.
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G12.1 : Polar Interpolation
Polar Coordinate is a program that synchronizes the X-axis and C-axis to create a contour shape. It converts the program from a right-angle coordinate system to a linear axis (X-axis) and a rotary axis (C-axis) movement.
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Ball screws, also known as screws and lead screws, can be divided into internal and external circulating structures, which are also the most common structures.
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There is a maternal principle in tool machining, which means that the accuracy of a workpiece cannot exceed the accuracy of the machine that produced it. Therefore, in order to make a machine that is more accurate than the original machine, it is necessary to " Scraping ".
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