CNC turned parts are made by turning process that uses a lathe to shape the workpiece using a rotating cutting tool. The resulting shape depends on the type of turning operation and the material being worked. CNC turning is used to produce complex parts with tight tolerances and is ideal for machining small intricate parts such as electronics components and medical devices.
CNC turned parts are widely used in many industries. From automotive components to medical devices and even toys, and more other applications. Standard turning products can be used for a variety of tasks.
CNC machining produce various parts
CNC machining can be used to make many different types of parts and components. CNC machining is a computer controlled process that uses a milling machine to create parts. The computer controls all aspects of the process, including cutting tools, speeds and feeds, toolpath generation, material removal rates and more.
It's possible for you to use CAD (computer-aided design) software on your own computer or through cloud-based services like Autodesk Fusion 360 if you don't have access to one already available in your workplace
CNC turning process
CNC turning processes can be used to produce a variety of complex parts with tight tolerances, making it ideal for machining small, intricate parts such as electronics components and medical devices.
CNC turning is also used to produce complex parts with tight tolerances.
Benefits of CNC Turning Services
Turning is a metalworking technique in which material is removed from a workpiece with a cutting tool. Turning can be used to make many different types of parts and components. CNC turning services provide you with the ability to create high-quality custom parts using this process at an affordable price.
The process of turning is a metalworking technique in which material is removed from a workpiece with a cutting tool. The resulting part has better dimensional accuracy than it would if it were machined by other methods, such as milling or drilling (see below).
Diameter of CNC turned parts
To measure the diameter of a turned part, you can use an ordinary caliper. Calipers are simple tools that consist of two legs and a sliding jaw. When the jaws are closed, they form a rectangle with one side equal to the distance between them. To measure an unknown length or diameter, open the jaws so that they overlap by about half their opening width (to avoid damaging your workpiece), then place one leg against one side of your object and close it against its surface with very light pressure from your thumb or finger. The result will be an approximation of what's called "gage length"--that is, how far apart two parallel surfaces would have been if not for any interference from other objects like jigs or fixtures holding them together.
The next step involves using this value as input into another equation:
Diameter = 2 * Radius + Gage Length
Length of CNC turned parts
To measure the length of a turned part, you can use either a caliper or micrometer. A caliper is an instrument that measures distance by using two opposing blades to squeeze together on an object. A micrometer measures distance by measuring how much it expands when force is applied to one end of it (you will need this tool if you want to measure diameters).
The next step is measuring your part's diameter and thickness with a micrometer:
Example of turned parts:
There are many common turned parts we usually use them daily on many devices:
*O-rings Rubber seals, etc
CNC turning is a great way to make parts that are more complex than what can be produced by traditional machining methods. The process allows you to create parts with tight tolerances and intricate shapes that would be difficult or impossible with other processes such as drilling or milling. If you're looking for help with CNC turning services, contact us today!
Asianstar Professional CNC Machining Factory
From year of 2005, Asianstar Company establish the CNC Machining Factory in Guangdong Province, China. We mostly provide CNC Turning, Milling, Drilling, Grinding, and Multi Machining processes service on various materials.