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Steps of CNC

A CNC, or computer numerical control machine is a high precision tool that’s computer-controlled and makes repeated, accurate movements. It does so by taking computer-generated code and converting it with software to electrical signals. The signals are what control the CNC motors and directs them to move in small increments that are highly precise and repetitive.

1. Idea

Design and plan what you want to build.

2. CAD/CAM

Create a 2D or 3D vector drawing. Use VCarve to convert your design into G-Code and save file for machining.

3. UCCNC

Load your g-code file into the UCCNC software on the PC

4. Machining

Set Up your material and start cutting your design.

How is CNC Used?

CNC is used in different industries for various applications. Each individual user will have the potential create something unique. The scope of creativity is in your hands.

RC Planes and Drones

Signs

Prototyping

Making Instruments

DIY/Hobby

Art

Furniture Design

Engraving

Interior Design

Where is CNC Used?

CNC Machines are relied on for their high level of precision. The versatility of CNC creates various environments where it shines. It is up to the user and their imagination to decide how they want to utilize their CNC.

Maker Space

Schools

Creative Agencies

Home Garages

Workshops

Manufacturing

Businesses