CNC Machining & Routing
Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines are available in many configurations, covering a multitude of machining applications and industries. Turning Centres (CNC Lathes) are predominately used for the processing of round components but also available with dual spindle and multiple axis, with driven tooling allowing additional machining possibilities such as cross drilling, milling and tapping.
Machining Centres (Vertical, Horizontal or Universal) are predominantly used for processing prismatic parts, and combine operations such as drilling, reaming, boring, milling, tapping and thread milling, which are available as 3, 4 or complex 5-axis simultaneous operation.
This month we caught up with Darcy Stapleton, Alfex CNC Australia Service Engineer with a trade certificate as a fitt...
Alfex CNC Australia Director George Buhagiar announced earlier this month the expansion of the laser and CNC company’s s...