In fact, many practitioners know that ordinary processing cannot produce high-precision products, because many parts are inherently defective to a certain extent. For example, some parts are non-standard products and can only be applied to a specific range. These parts need to be assembled, so precision CNC machining is used. There are also some products whose surface or shape cannot meet the corresponding requirements, so this process will also be used for processing.
So how to carry out this process for these parts, first of all, generally need to through precision turning, grinding and other operations, so that these parts made of non-ferrous metal materials can form a certain smooth surface, such as the mirror effect we often say. In addition, the shape and structure of the parts after the process can also meet the geometric tolerances required by the drawings, which can solve the problems and troubles caused by industrial production.