Turned parts are mechanically manufactured and mostly rotationally symmetrical parts that are produced by turning as a manufacturing process. Similarly, we speak of welded parts in welding, laser parts in laser cutting or milled parts in milling.
CNC turning is a process that machines parts by “turning” a rod material. The rod is fed through to a cutting tool and then material is shaped into a finished product. In CNC turning, the cutter is normally fed through a rotating work piece and this rotating work piece typically uses a variety of different angles as well as many different tool shapes.
CNC turning is generally used for creating parts that are symmetrical near their axis. For example a chess pawn would be a part that is symmetrical near its axis. The shapes that you can create using CNC turning vary greatly though and with the addition of other machining processes, the possibilities are endless!
While most people use CNC turning to create turned parts that only utilize a single axis, it is also possible to use ones that have more than one axis. This allows for more flexibility.
Distinguishes of Turning Parts
What Distinguishes Our CNC Turned Parts?
Part of our self-image is the continuous investment in our machinery. This is the only way we can guarantee the quality and precision in contract manufacturing for which our customers appreciate us. In the field of CNC turning (Computerized Numeric Control), we rely on automatic lathes and sliding headstock lathes. CNC long turned parts and precision turned parts on our CNC machines can be processed from 3 – 600 mm workpiece diameter and a maximum length of 2000 mm.
For the production of individual parts or repair work in CNC turning, we also have conventional CNC lathes and automatic lathes with which we can machine turned parts up to a diameter of 400 mm and a maximum length of 1000 mm.
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