CNC vertical machining is a machining process in which CNC (Computer Numbered Control) machines are used. This machining method allows vertical cutting and shaping of the workpiece. It is generally used in milling operations and is preferred in many industrial applications.

In the CNC vertical machining process, a CNC milling machine is used. This machine cuts and shapes a workpiece with a high-speed rotating cutting tool. CNC vertical machining realizes precisely controllable cutting functions.

The CNC vertical machining process usually includes the following steps:

Design: Designing the workpiece using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and determining the machining properties.

Programming: Generating CNC codes that determine how the workpiece will be machined. These codes include cutting paths, speeds, cutting tool usage, and other machining parameters.

Preparation: Preparing a tool holder or workbench where the workpiece will be mounted, placing the cutting tool and making the necessary adjustments for machining.

Manufacturing: CNC codes are loaded into the machine and vertical machining of the workpiece begins. While the CNC milling machine rotates the workpiece, the cutting tool performs operations such as cutting, hollowing, drilling, surface treatment on the workpiece to form a certain shape or size.

Control and Monitoring: The CNC machine monitors the machining process in real time and makes adjustments as needed. The quality of the workpiece is checked using measuring devices.

CNC vertical machining is used for machining complex geometries and various materials. This machining method makes it possible to perform many operations such as surface treatment of parts, drilling, threading, slotting, profiling with a single tool. This results in increased productivity and time savings.

CNC vertical machining is a technology that is widely used in many sectors such as automotive, aerospace, energy, machinery manufacturing and defense industry.