Rapid CNC Drilling Service
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What is CNC Drilling?
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Drilling is commonly implemented for mass production. The drilling machine, however, is often a multi-function machining center that also mills and sometimes turns. The most significant time sink for CNC drilling is with tool changes, so hole diameters should be minimized for speed. The fastest machines for drilling varying holes have multiple spindles in turrets, with drills of varying diameters already mounted for drilling. The appropriate drill is brought into position through the movement of the turret so that bits do not need to be removed and replaced.
Advantages of CNC Drilling
- More accurate and efficient than traditional drilling methods. Due to this, CNC drilling is widely used for mass production across various industries.
- High-efficiency operation and thus typically suitable for mass production that needs faster delivery demand.
- It can be used on different prototyping made of different materials, including metal, plastic, wood, acrylic, PVC, PCV, MDF board and other materials.
Various hole sizes and patterns
Once the correct hole pattern and size are programmed into the CNC system, the machine performs the drilling work automatically.
It can produce finished products quickly after the workpiece is placed into position. Holes are drilled accurately and repetitively.
Precision and accuracy
The finished parts meet exact specifications and tolerances. For CNC plate drilling, the machine accepts the workpiece, which beforehand gets milled or sawed to the correct length.
Moxperts offer a wide variety of certified metal and plastic materials for rapid prototyping services.
Anodize Type I
Anodized Type II
Anodized Type III Hard coat or PTFE