CAD/CAM programming

CAD/CAM Programming

CAD/CAM programming is the use of computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing software to create and control the production of parts and products.

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Machining optimization

machining optimization

Machining optimization refers to the process of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of machining operations in manufacturing, through the use of advanced technologies and techniques.

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Tight tolerances

tight tolerances

Tight tolerances refer to the narrow range of acceptable measurements or specifications in manufacturing, ensuring high precision and consistency in production.

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High precision

high precision

High precision refers to the ability to manufacture products with extremely accurate and consistent measurements, often achieved through advanced technology and skilled craftsmanship.

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CNC programming

cnc programming

CNC programming is the process of creating instructions for computer-controlled machines to produce precise and complex parts in manufacturing.

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Multi-axis machining

multi-axis machining

Multi-axis machining is a manufacturing process that uses computer-controlled machines to cut and shape materials along multiple axes for greater precision and complexity.

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Toolpath refers to the specific path and movements that a cutting tool takes during the manufacturing process, typically programmed by computer-aided design (CAD) software.

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Tolerance refers to the acceptable range of variation in a product’s dimensions or characteristics during the manufacturing process to ensure proper functionality.

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Reaming is a machining process used in manufacturing to enlarge and smooth out holes in metal or other materials using a cutting tool called a reamer.

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RPM stands for revolutions per minute and is a measure of the rotational speed of a machine or tool used in manufacturing processes.

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