What is CNC Programming?
CNC refers to Computer Numerical Code. This means a computer converts the designs created by Computer Aided Design Software (CAD) into numbers. The numbers can be measured to be the coordinates of a graph and they regulate the program of the cutter. In this technique the computer regulates the cutting and modelling of the material. CNC programming software generates program codes and commands used to run a machine tool measured by a computer. Each distinctive fragment necessitates its own CNC program. CNC has existed since the early 1970s often referred to as NC Programming. Since then, CNC has been used in most of the manufacturing processes. CNC machines usually substitute or work in combination with some prevailing manufacturing processes. CNC aids in enhanced computerisation, reliable and perfect work sections and flexibility. CNC program is the creation of control agendas for Computer Numerical code machines such as mills, plasma cutters, lathes, electric discharge machining, wire EDM, sinker EDM and water jet cutters. CNC basically refers to a computer controller which, controls the program of every axis of the machine using G Codes commands and pushes the spindle or machine tool into a raw material to formulate or to remove the undesirable material from work piece more perfectly without human interference.