Five-axis linkage CNC machining
CNC Milling, Precision Engineering, Gear Machining, SLA & SLS (3D Printing), Vacuum Casting, Sheet Metal Forming, Machined Extrusion Parts, Silicone Rubber Keypads, Investment Casting, Rapid Injection Moulding and Die Casting services.. She uses many different rapid prototyping processes, each with specific materials and techniques to achieve a desired result. They will guide you through the best prototyping options to suit your project, end use and budget
Five-axis Linkage CNC Machining's parts applications: aerospace precision parts, military equipment precision parts, precision instrument parts, high-precision medical equipment parts and more.
Five-axis Linkage CNC Machining features:
1, can effectively avoid tool interference
2. For straight-faced parts, it can be formed by side milling.
3, for the general three-dimensional surface, especially the relatively flat large surface, can be processed with the end face of the large diameter end mill close to the surface
4. Multi-faceted and multi-process processing can be carried out on multiple space surfaces on the workpiece at one time.
5. During five-axis machining, the tool can be in the most effective cutting state with respect to the workpiece surface. Uniform distribution of errors on the surface of the part
6. In some processing occasions, larger size cutters can be used to avoid interference processing.
Parts design process introduction:
Phase 1, Product Planning: Planning is often referred to as a “zero phase” because it precedes the achievement of the project and the initiation of the actual product development process. This phase begins with a corporate strategy and includes an assessment of technology development and market objectives. The outcome of the planning phase is a statement of the project's mission, which defines the target market, business objectives, key assumptions, and constraints of the product.
Phase 2, Concept Development: The main task of the concept development phase is to identify the needs of the target market, produce cattle and evaluate alternative product concepts, and select a concept for further development. A concept is a description of the shape, function, and characteristics of a product, often accompanied by a set of terms, competitive product analysis, and economic analysis of the project.
Phase 3, Model Design: The model design phase includes the definition of product structure and the division of product subsystems and components. The final assembly plan for the production system is also usually defined at this stage. The output at this stage is usually the geometric design of the product, the functional specialization of each product subsystem, and the basic flow chart of the final assembly process.