CNC machining is used to process many different materials, for example, it is widely used for machining materials such as metal, plastic, wood. In this process, the workpiece is brought into a certain shape or size with cutting tools. CNC machines provide precise control of cutting tools and can perform many different machining functions.

The CNC machining process usually consists of the following steps:

Design: Designing the workpiece using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and determining the desired features.

Programming: Generating CNC codes that determine how the workpiece will be machined. These codes include cutting paths, speeds, and use of cutting tools.

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

Manufacturing: CNC codes are loaded into the machine and machining of the workpiece begins. The CNC machine automatically guides the cutting tools and performs operations such as cutting, drilling, milling, turning on the workpiece.

Control and Monitoring: The CNC machine monitors the machining process in real time and makes adjustments as needed. Measuring devices are used to control the quality of the workpiece.

The advantages of CNC machining include high precision, repeatability, ability to machine complex geometries, efficiency and reduction in workpiece production times. This process has a wide range of applications in industrial production and in many sectors.