Thursday, June 6, 2024

 Any industry involving component production will be directly or indirectly affected by CNC machining. Below are some of the main industries that use CNC machining.

Aerospace - Aerospace requires components with high precision and repeatability, including turbine blades in engines, tooling for making other components, and even combustion chambers used in rocket engines.

Automotive and Machine Manufacturing - The automotive industry needs to manufacture high-precision molds for casting components (such as engine mounts) or machining high tolerance components (such as pistons). The gantry machine can cast clay modules and is used in the design phase of automobiles.

Military Industry - The military industry uses high-precision components with strict tolerance requirements, including missile components, gun barrels, etc. All processed components in the military industry can benefit from the accuracy and speed of CNC machines.

Medical - Medical implant devices are typically designed to fit the shape of human organs and must be made of advanced alloys. Due to the lack of manual machines capable of generating such shapes, CNC machines have become a necessity.

The energy industry covers all engineering fields, from steam turbines to cutting-edge technologies such as nuclear fusion. The steam turbine requires high-precision turbine blades to maintain balance in the turbine, and the shape of the R&D plasma suppression cavity in nuclear fusion is very complex. It is made of advanced materials and requires the support of CNC machines.


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