Category Archives: CNC Machining

What is a CNC Milling Machine Used For?

CNC Milling Machines provide incredible flexibility in production, whether in commercial or industrial applications. Precision machining is what you get when working with Evden. CNC, or Computer Numerical Control, milling allows supreme attention to detail since the computer constantly monitors and provides feedback to the machinist.  The overall popularity of these machines is growing for […]

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Understanding 3-Axis Machining Value

As folks learn when exploring CNC machining, a computer controls all the movement of the machining tools, and that control is based on a pre-written program the computer follows. The program reflects the desired design, which takes into account the shape, dimensions and material being used. Given all the above, the machine tooling then goes […]

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What Exactly is Precision Machining?

When the term “precision machining” comes up, many assume that this level of quality in machining is a standard. However, in reality, there is a wide spectrum of quality levels possible, from really bad to really, amazingly good product. Ideally, when a customer pays for a machining project, they expect a certain level of quality […]

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The Best Precision Machining Technology

If computers helped usher in the availability of CNC machining, then it will be robotics that take precision machining technology to the next exponential level. Combined with high-production machinery, what used to be a one-off custom approach to part or product fabrication is now becoming a mainstream manufacturing option itself. And, when matched with robotics, […]

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Tips for Machining with Tight Tolerances

If your part design requires tight-tolerance machining, plating can make or break your design. It’s important that you choose a machining shop who does their own plating or works with a high-quality plating vendor. While the overall process may take longer, you’re bound to get better results. Here’s an overview of tight-tolerance machining and why […]

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