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  • CNC Machines - How it Works and What are the Materials used in it ?
    The name “CNC” actually stands for Computer Numerical Control and it represents one of two common methods to generate prototypes from a digital software file. CNC machines are electro-mechanical devices that manipulate machine shop tools using computer programming inputs.The first CNC machines were developed in the 1940s and 50s and relied on a common telecommunication data storage technology known as “punched tape” or “perforated paper tape.” Punched tape technology is long obsolete as the data medium quickly transitioned to analog and then digital computer processing in the 1950s and 1960s.

    Working Processes:-

    Machining in general is a way to transform a stock piece of material such as a block of plastic and arrive at a finished product (typically a prototype part) by means of a controlled material removal process. CNC machines commonly combine tools into common units or cells from which the machine can draw. Basic machines move in one or two axis while advanced machines move laterally in the x, y axis, longitudinally in the z axis, and oftentimes rotationally about one or more axis. Multi axis machines are capable of flipping parts over automatically, allowing you to remove material that was previously “underneath.” This eliminates the need for workers to flip the prototype stock material and allows you to cut all sides without the need for manual intervention.

    Types of CNC Machines
    CNC machines typically fall into one the two general categories: Conventional Machining Technologies and Novel Machining Technology.

    Conventional Technologies:-
    Drills: Drills work by spinning a drill bit and moving the bit about and into contact with a stationary block of stock material.
    Lathes: Lathes typically make contact with the material by laterally moving a cutting tool until it progressively touches the spinning material.
    Milling Machines: Milling machines are probably the most common CNC machine in use today. They involve the use of rotary cutting tools to remove material from the stock unit.

    Novel Technologies:-
    Electrical and/or Chemical Machining: There are a number of novel technologies that use specialized techniques to cut material. Examples include Electron Beam Machining, Electrochemical machining, Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM), Photochemical machining, and Ultrasonic machining.
    Other Cutting Mediums: There are a number of other novel technologies that use different mediums to cut material. Examples include laser cutting machines, oxy-fuel cutting machines, plasma cutting machines, and water-jet cutting technology.
    Materials used in CNC Machines are:-
    Almost any material can be used in a CNC machine. It really depends on the application. Common materials include metals such as aluminum, brass, copper, steel, and titanium, as well as wood, foam, fiberglass, and plastics such as polypropylene.
  • Welding Jonesboro AR - Quality Welding Services - NEA Hydraulics
    We offer superioir quality of Welding including aluminium welding in Jonesboro AR. Industry standards welding services with 15 years of experience.
  • NEA Hydraulics Arkansas - Metal Fabrication Jonesboro AR
    NEA Hydraulics provides machining and metal fabrication in Jonesboro, AR. We have machine shop that provides machine works, welding, fabrication, CNC machining.
  • CNC Machining - Machine Shop - Lathes Jonesboro AR - NEA Hydraulics
    NEA hydraulics is the full-service machine shop providing industry standard CNC machining and fully equipped lathes for machine works.
  • Hydraulics and Metal Fabrication Jonesboro AR- NEA Hydraulics
    NEA Hydraulics is the metal fabrication company located in Jonesboro, Arkansas. We do general machine works, welding, fabrication, and CNC machining.
  • Hydraulics Machine Shop Jonesboro AR - NEA Hydraulics
    NEA Hydraulics provides machining and metal fabrication in Jonesboro, AR. We have machine shop that provides machine works, welding, fabrication, CNC machining.
  • What are the common Metal Fabrication Processes and their Applications?
    Metal fabrication is the process of turning raw metals into pre-made shapes for assembly use. For example, the panels that comprise the frame of an automobile are made through custom metal fabrication processes, which are usually performed at a fabrication facility and then sent to an auto assembly plant. However, the processes involved are complex and varied.
    Metal Fabrication Processes:-

    Cutting:- The most commonly used metal fabrication processes involve cutting, where sheets of metal are split into halves, thirds or smaller sections. In a lot of applications, the metal bFolding:- One of the moving cut is freshly made, and has yet to be shaped into anything in particular.
    Welding:- Welding is one of the most popular metal fabrication processes among crafts enthusiasts. The process of welding involves the joining of two separate metal parts. The parts used in a welding application could be sheets, panels, bars or shapes — as long as the parts are made of metal, it really doesn’t matter. are meant to be joined. A lot of metalworkers first pursue the area of metal fabrication with welding projects in mind.
    Machining. When a machine is used to remove portions from a piece of metal, the process is known as machining. Typically, the process is performed on a lathe, which will rotate the metal against tools that trim corners and edges to cut the piece down to a desired shape or measurement.
    Punching. When holes are formed in a piece of metal, the process involved consists of punching, where metal is placed under a die and submitted to a punch-through by a drill. Punching falls into one of two subcategories based on the intention of a given application.
    Applications:-
    Many everyday items are manufactured using the metal fabrication process, such as:
    Blinds, Cans, Handles, Heaters, Locks, Keys, Latches, Pots, Silverware, Fans, Chairs,
    Hinges,
    Lamps,Faucets,Appliances,Tools,Sinks,Fasteners.

    For More Information Please Contact Us:-
    NEA Hydraulic Machine Shop, Jonesboro AR
  • What can be gained by using latest welding technologies?
    There are many financial and business benefits that can be realized by converting from traditional welding techniques and processes to more advanced solutions. Consider these key benefits:

    Increased productivity. The financial benefits of any productivity improvements will vary based on the specific situation, but they can be significant. If an operation is currently operating at or near full capacity at current facilities and considering a capital expansion, increasing throughput and productivity at existing facilities could postpone that need. If operations are struggling to find and retain a skilled welding workforce, productivity improvements can help meet demands while utilizing the current workers. If a company operates in or sources fabricated components from regions of the world where labor costs are high, productivity improvements provide a significant cost reduction.

    Reduced scrap loss. This is a key issue in some markets because so much money is lost in scrap. If a company is using a stick welding process, it’s relatively easy to calculate the potential savings related to reducing the scrap from stub loss. The nature of stick welding produces stub loss, which is the portion of the electrode that is not able to be deposited in the weld. A common goal for welders is to achieve stub loss lengths of 2 to 3 inches. Depending on the original length of the electrode, typically 11 to 18 centimeters, it is easy to figure the “planned scrap” in the stick welding process — generally 16 to 25 percent of the electrodes. A change from stick welding to a wire process not only eliminates the costs of this stub loss, it also produces labor savings thanks to a more productive process.

    Reduction in failures and rework. Consistent arc performance and filler metal selection are key to achieving higher first-time weld pass rates and fewer weld failures. Welding processes and technologies that offer more consistent arc performance can help reduce the time and money spent on weld failures and rework. While there is some risk to changing from one welding process to another, advancements in the technologies and filler metals have helped diminish that risk over the years. Quality is obviously an important factor in the success of a welding operation. A high level of rework not only impacts quality, it also can lead to delays since unplanned rework disrupts the entire flow of the fabrication, manufacturing or construction process.
  • Machine shop Jonesboro AR
    NEA Hydraulics is an All-American, three generation family owned metal fabrication facility located in Jonesboro AR. When you need work done such as general machine work, welding, fabrication, tooling, and CNC. Our highly trained professional staff allow us to perform a wide variety of hydraulic system and industrial component services. We provide the highest quality custom machining in metals, alloys, and polymers . We also perform machining processes such as milling, turning, boring, spline cutting . Our services are hydraulics,welding, fabrication and general machine shop.
  • CNC Machining - Machine Shop - Lathes Jonesboro AR - NEA Hydraulics
    NEA hydraulics is the full service machine shop providing industry standard CNC machining and fully equipped lathes for machine works.
  • Welding Jonesboro AR - Quality Welding Services - NEA Hydraulics
    We offer superioir quality of Welding including aluminium welding in Jonesboro AR. Industry standards welding services with 15 years of experience.
  • Hydraulics Machine Shop Jonesboro AR - NEA Hydraulics
    NEA Hydraulics provides machining and metal fabrication in Jonesboro, AR. We have machine shop that provides machine works, welding, fabrication, CNC machining.