Machining industrial parts require a considerable degree of precision. That’s especially true with computer numerical control (CNC) machining, where grinders, lathes, and turning mills make a predetermined set of cuts to a given material. The part being worked on must be held firmly in one position to ensure the cutting tool doesn’t miss a step. If the part shifts position during machining, the resulting product will be defective and may be non-functional, forcing you to start the process all over again.
That’s the whole essence of workholding solutions. This article covers everything you need to know about workholding solutions.
The Role Of Workholding Solutions
The primary role of workholding solutions is to keep the part being machined immobile and stable.…Continue reading