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CNC Lathe Machining Services

CNC lathe machining is a method that can be customized to meet different needs. Beska Mold understands that quality is vital in everything they do to ensure you get quality every time. The Beska team delivers high-quality prototypes, whether you need them in plastic or metal components to suit your every need.

Processes of CNC Lathe Machining

CNC Milling

CNC milling uses computerized control to cut and drills parts with precision. Most companies prefer CNC milling because of its speed and accuracy.

CNC Routing

CNC routing is a computerized process that uses a spindle to cut designs through material like wood, composites and plastics. The mounted spindle would be a handheld version that is attached to the computerized table.

CNC Turning

CNC turning is a process that cuts away at material to come up with a final piece. With CNC turning the materials being cut into rotates while the machine doing the cutting stays stationery.

Why Should You Choose Beska for CNC Lathe Machining?

Regarding CNC Lathe Machining, Beska Mold delivers quality every time and offers precision pieces with speed and volume production, so you do not have to wait too long to complete an order. Beska Mold also does different products and can cater to different clients and their needs. The production line delivers on demand, and will be ready to serve you regardless of your needs.

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Other CNC Lathe Machining Processes

  • Facing: The process involves moving a single-point tool along the surface to remove a thin material layer so the final piece is smooth and even.
  • Thread cutting: In thread cutting the tool is moved at the edge of the material to cut out threads.
  • Grooving: A groove the size of the tool’s width is created when the tool works on the surface of the material being worked on.
  • Drilling: The process drills holes into the surface.
  • Boring: Once drilling is done. Boring enlarges the hole made or makes it fit the dimensions one needs for the final piece.
  • Reaming: Reaming can be done after drilling to remove some materials to accurately measure the final piece.
  • Tapping: The process creates a hole that is used to insert a screw through the material.
  • Tapering: The process helps create a conical shape out of a piece.
  • Parting: Once machining is done, the process is used to separate the work pieces.
  • Knurling: Knurling creates an indentation in the material.
  • Chamfering: The procedure is done to create bevels and remove burrs at the end of the piece.

 

Quality Control for CNC Lathe Machining

CNC Lathe Machining Checking 1 (1)

The test looks at the movement accuracy of the tool by looking at parameters like the spindle, bracket, and axis positioning.  These components need to be in the right place to work ultimately.

CNC Lathe Machining Checking 1 (2)

The test looks at the size and position of the parts by looking at the positioning and surface finishes. It also looks at the geometric tolerances or in relation to the application in question.

 

CNC Lathe Machining Checking 1 (3)

Carrying out this check helps ensure there are no margins for error during production. The quality inspection happens on all levels to ensure a smooth production process.

CNC Lathe Machining Checking 1 (4)

There are certain parameters that need to be followed when carrying out inspection. Following them ensures that all areas are taken care of.

Common Materials for CNC Lathe Machining

Why Choose Beska Mold CNC Lathe Machining Services?

 

Regarding CNC Lathe Machining, Beska Mold delivers quality every time. It offers precision pieces with speed and volume production, so you do not have to wait too long to complete an order. Beska Mold also does different products and can cater to different clients and their needs. The production line delivers on demand and will be ready to serve you regardless of your needs.

Advantages and Benefits of CNC Lathe Machining Services

Efficient production

CNC machines can work on a 24-hour work cycle without being turned off. Aside from working round the clock, these machines can be set to get production done in a shorter time than if humans were doing it. It makes ordering them more beneficial since a company can make the most out of it. You can expect your goods to get to you quickly as a client.

Reduced energy consumption

Most production industries use a lot of energy to get products made which goes a long way to increase the cost of the products. CNC machines are scalable because they consume little power and produce more products while using the least power.

Faster production

CNC machining is preferred for producing new items because it is fast. When compared to having a lineup with people working on the pieces, you tend to get more pieces from a CNC line. It comes in handy when dealing with bulk productions.

Better accuracy

Computerized operations make it easier for dimensions to be the right way, and there is reduced room for error. Uniformity is vital when working on bulk orders because it determines how many goods go from production to the shelves. Since the code is used on prototypes, you can be sure that the final products will be the right shape and dimensions. You do not have to worry about time and resources wasted on products that do not fit your specific requirements,

Higher production and scalability

Growing a production using CNC is easier than having a different production line. You can program the machines to produce one item or multiple ones. You do not have to worry about changing too many things to meet the different production needs.

Versatility in the use of raw materials

One of the things you get when working with CNC is versatility. You can choose to work with plastic or metals for your line. Whatever your choice is, rest assured CNC will get you quality products each time.

What are the Applications for CNC Lathe Machining?

CNC machining produces different items and cannot be tied to one industry. The versatility makes it the go-to for most industries that need that service. The products from CNC making can be used in the aerospace, automotive, consumer, and defense industries.

How to Choose the Right CNC Lathe Machining Materials?

One of the things you need to remember when it comes to CNC machining materials is to get the right parts for the project. To do this, ensure you consider the application of the products and the work environment. Doing so gives you a great place to start when choosing the materials.

What is the Average Tolerance for CNC Lathe Machining?

The recommended tolerance for CNC lathe machining is ±0.005”. If you need tighter tolerances, you must ensure the tolerances are less. Your tolerances can be adjusted if you talk to us about correctly setting your machines.

What Tools Are Used for Checking the Quality of the Finished Sheet Metal Components?

At Beska, there is a list of tools to check Caliper vernier, CMM, height gauge, tap gauge, pin gauge, micrometer, projector, roughness tester, etc.

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