CNC DRILLING MACHINE
|Working table size||1220*2440mm|
|Working Area（X、Y、Z axis）||1320mm×2540mm×200mm|
|Machine Body||The bed lathe is made of thick square weld steel|
|Main Spindle motor||6kw*2 Air-cooling Spindle|
|Driving motor||1.1kw*3 servo Motor|
|Drilling unit||5+4 vertical drilling tools|
|Vacuum pump motor||7.5kw Water cooled|
|Vacuum pumping quantity||230m3/h|
|Main Spindle rotary speed||24000rpm/mm|
|Max. Speed||1m/min—75m/min(empty working)|
|Max. Cutting Speed||20m/min|
|Control System||TAIWAN SYNTEC Control System|
|Command code||G Code|
|Guide way||30# Taiwan linear rail for X、Y、Z axis|
|Transmission||Helical gear rack for X Y axis|
|Feature||Vacuum worktable can do quick work pieces feed in and feed out.|
What Does CNC Drilling Entail?
CNC drilling is a machining technique that employs a revolving cutting tool to create round holes in a stationary workpiece. Typically, the holes are designed to accept machine screws or bolts for assembling reasons. Depending on the component’s design, however, they may also serve aesthetic reasons.
How Does CNC Drilling Function? CNC DRILLING MACHINE
Many of the other CNC machining processes have similarities with the CNC drilling process. These consist of:
Using CAD software to create the component design. Creating a digital design of the CNC drilled component in CAD software is the first stage in its production.
The process of translating the design into machine instructions. Once the component design has been finished, it must be translated into a CNC-understandable language. This process often involves generating machine code from the CAD design using CAM software.
Instructions are loaded into the CNC machine. When placed into the CNC machine, the machine code governs the movement and operation of the CNC machine and tools during the drilling process.
Configuring the CNC machine. Installing the proper drill bit and fastening the workpiece are typical components of the CNC machine’s setup procedure.
Performing the drilling procedure. Once the machine code has been loaded and the machine has been set up, the operator may begin drilling.
Assessing the constituent. After the drilling process is complete, the operator inspects the component for any flaws or defects.
The benefits of CNC Drilling
Compared to conventional drilling methods, CNC drilling devices provide several benefits, including:
CNC DRILLING MACHINE Improved accuracy. Drilling machines with CNC technology are able to create holes that are precise to the original design file within very narrow tolerances.
Broader versatility. CNC drilling equipment may be used for a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. In addition, they may be used to create a variety of holes since they can handle numerous drill bits.
Improved repeatability CNC drilling machines are less prone to mistake since they are computer-controlled. Consequently, producers may obtain a high level of uniformity within and between batches.