CNC Lathe Turning Complex Shape Parts Groove
- PRODUCT DETAIL
The maximum machining outer diameter of the spindle can reach 80MM under the condition of continuous feeding, and the maximum rotation diameter can be up to 360MM under the condition of separate processing with a chuck; The minimum size of processing is not limited. The materials of the products are mainly copper, iron, aluminum, stainless steel and titanium alloy. Other plastic and acrylic materials can also be processed. It can also be processed according to the drawings provided by the user.
Longer size computer lathe machining parts
This is a long CNC machined part. Because the product is too large, only a partial close-up was taken, and the attached complete picture is enlarged.
Specification on the left picture 25MM*300MM
Both ends processing, middle polishing
Product material on the left: aluminum
Machinable materials: aluminum, iron, stainless steel, copper, etc.
A stainless steel Latch pin processed by our company, attached with a large picture.
(Knurled section) Melt into the plastic part, and the exposed tip is small flat for positioning.
Processing features: tip, deep hole
An example of a larger CNC lathe turned part.
The left part of the picture is a larger stainless steel turning part. Material SUS304, hexagonal opposite side H (height) 45mm, turning thread, turning inner wall, two-level through hole. Although the shape and installation are simple, the machining volume of turning is large. The big picture is attached.
CNC lathe machining of thin and long shafts
As the product is long, the left picture is only a partial picture of the product, click on the picture to see the complete product picture
Size: Maximum outer circle 12MM, total length 150MM
Processing characteristics: thin and long axis processing
An example of a small aluminum turning part.
The outer diameter is 12mm and the length is 15mm, two-level flat hole, side hole screw M3.
Processing features: The CNC power tool head can be drilled and tapped on the side of the product.
The big picture is attached.