A “Computerized Numerical Control” machine, or CNC machine, is a machine that use, as the name suggests, a computerized numerical control. Initially used for precision machining, these machines are used in all fields of mechanics; among the most common are turning machines, boring and milling machines, welding machines etc.

The reasons why they are preferred to manual machines are as follows:

  • significant reduction in processing times
  • precision in the repetition of the various operations
  • reduction in unit costs
  • uniform and superior quality

When properly installed and equipped, they allow to obtain identical pieces within a tolerance of one micron.

The most technologically advanced versions have swiveling interchangeable heads, which allow to work a piece by tilting the tool with respect to the worktable, and can have from two to five axes, allowing not only to move in the X, Y and Z axes, but also to work with inclination and possible rotation.

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