Computer Numerical Control (CNC)

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is a precise and efficient manufacturing process used in the production of parts and molds. In this method, a computer program translates design specifications into numeric codes, guiding the movements of cutting tools and machinery with high precision. CNC machining allows for the creation of intricate and complex shapes, making it ideal for the production of components with tight tolerances. This process is widely employed in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, and medical, where the demand for accurate and repeatable parts is crucial. CNC machining of molds involves the use of CNC technology to craft molds for injection molding, die-casting, and other manufacturing processes, ensuring consistent and high-quality production of plastic and metal components. The automated nature of CNC machining enhances efficiency, reduces manual errors, and facilitates the rapid and cost-effective production of intricate parts and molds.

Pizza oven molds and forms can be made using CNC software and laser cutting equipment.