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The Science Behind The Potential of Precision Machining
15-09-2020

Every component of equipment or structure, no matter how minute, plays a crucial part in ensuring the entire mechanism works. It should be made with the exact dimensions required without straying too far from the set dimensions -- this is the very reason why precision machining in Toronto is very essential. It involves a variety of different processes such as lathing, milling, boring, grinding, welding, and more. Machine shops can use high precision machining when processing various kinds of materials which include rubber, plastics, glass, leather, and metals. Along with the variations in processes and materials is the use of different equipment and tools for more efficiency. 

What is the process?

In order to achieve high precision machining in Toronto, the utilization of CNC technology is greatly demanded. These machines use advanced processes of cutting, welding, and finishing to achieve the highest level of accuracy of the designed parts. Using CNC machines also enables swift and easy replication of end product prototypes. They also give accurate results by reducing the chance of human error, while producing higher quality and defect-free machined parts. Now, what really determines the level of precision achieved with this machining are three important things: accuracy, resolution, and repeatability. 

The element of accuracy is influenced by the resolution, computer control algorithms, and machine inaccuracies while repeatability refers to the capability of a positioning system and is measured by the errors in connection with the programmed point. Other major contributing factors in machining inaccuracy are machine tool chatter, cutting tool deflection, and thermal deformations. All these things work together to make precision machining in Toronto possible to manufacture even the smallest and the most intricate pieces that constitute the end product. Thus, many industries largely rely on this machining process for the manufacture of precise pieces of their components for an efficient, reliable, and sustainable production system.


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