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However, it is not quite a 5-axis mill because the fourth and fifth axes do not move during machining operations to Machining Steel CNC Machining Parts. Adding servomotors to the additional axes, plus the computerized control for them – the CNC part –would make it one. Such a machine capable of entire simultaneous contouring is sometimes called a "continuous" or "simultaneous" 5-axis CNC mill. We can also incorporate the two additional axes at the machining head or split – one axis on the table and one on the head.
Deburring and edge breaking are standard procedures for all CNC machined parts. If any critical edges should be left sharp, they must be indicated in technical drawings. Surfaces will be free of defects such as scratches, dents, stains, blemishes, and minor ones. Surfaces indicated as critical (primary (a) side, as indicated on the technical drawing) will be free of mill steps and other marks. For the secondary (b) side, minor hanging marks and up to 2 minor defects are acceptable. We can apply several post-processing and finishing methods to improve machined parts' surface roughness, visual properties, and wear resistance. Read more about surface finishes for CNC machining.
A low carbon, magnetism-resistant chromium-nickel alloy. It has high malleability, good corrosion resistance, and superior resilience to intergranular corrosion following welding or stress relieving. Typical uses include food-processing equipment, screws, machinery parts, car headers, and architectural accents.
Stainless steel can also be used in high-end mechanical fields, such as the food industry, chemistry, medical equipment, aircraft exhaust pipes, etc. Stainless steel has been widely used in industries such as heavy industry, light industry, daily necessities industry, and architectural decoration.
While Moon Tool & Die can machine, weld, and assemble any material, we often work with 300, 400, and 17-4 series stainless steels. Each series has unique performance characteristics that are worth scrutinizing when choosing stainless steel for a project.
A material that offers increased hardness, improved strength, and better wear resistance. It contains a minimum of 12 percent chromium, which results in corrosion-resistant solid properties. This material includes cutlery, surgical instruments, needle valves, and shear blades.