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Which process flow must have and CNC machining advantages in shaft machining
- Jan 11, 2019 -

1. In the shaft machining, what are the process flow, is it necessary?


Shaft machining, which has a corresponding process flow, and some of which are necessary, can not be omitted, such as the analysis of the part pattern and the determination of the blank, as well as determining the processing method of the main surface and the positioning of the reference. It is also necessary to arrange the heat treatment process, as well as determine the processing size and cutting amount, and formulate the process. If these cannot be done, then the shaft machining cannot be performed.


2. What are the three axes, four axes and five axes in the axis machining? Is there a difference?


The three axes in the shaft machining generally refer to three linear motions in different directions, such as up and down, front and rear, and left and right. Generally speaking, the upper and lower shafts are used as the main shaft, and the cutter can be loaded and rotated at a high speed. The four-axis is to add a rotating axis on the basis of three axes, generally on a horizontal plane, and can rotate 360 degrees. The five-axis is a rotating shaft on a four-axis basis that can be rotated 360 degrees on the upright surface.


In the case of 3-axis machining, if CNC machining is used, what are the benefits?


In the shaft machining, if CNC machining is used, then it can bring some benefits, it is: Reduced benchmark conversion and improved machining accuracy while reducing the number and footprint of fixtures. It also reduces cycle times and simplifies production management.