CNC numerical control processing refers to processing with numerical control processing tools. CNC index-controlled machine tools are programmed and controlled by CNC machining languages, usually G codes. The CNC machining G code language tells the Cartesian position coordinates of the machining tool of the CNC machine tool, and controls the feed speed and spindle speed of the tool, as well as the tool changer, coolant and other functions.
1. Horizontal machining center: refers to a machining center where the spindle axis is parallel to the worktable and is mainly used for processing box-like parts.
2. Vertical machining center: refers to the machining center with the spindle axis perpendicular to the worktable surface. It is mainly used for the processing of complex parts such as plates, plates, molds and small shells.
3. Multi-axis linkage machining center, also known as universal machining center: refers to a machining center that can control the linkage change to complete complex space surface processing by processing the angle of the spindle axis and the rotation axis of the worktable. It is suitable for processing complex curved surfaces such as impeller rotors, molds, blades, etc.