CNC Turning

What is CNC turning?

CNC Turning is a modern machining technology, the full name of numerical control turning (Computer Numerical Control Turning, referred to as CNC turning). It is an automated machining method controlled by a computer for rotary cutting on a workpiece to form the desired geometry. CNC turning is suitable for processing cylindrical, cone, spherical and other rotating symmetric workpieces, such as shafts, threaded rods, flanges, sleeves and so on. Compared with traditional hand turning, CNC turning has higher machining accuracy, efficiency and consistency, because it can precisely control the position of the tool and cutting parameters through computer programming.

Machining Types of CNC Turning

Outer Diameter Turning: Cutting the outer surface of the workpiece, usually used to process cylindrical workpieces such as shafts, rods, sleeves, etc.

Internal Diameter Turning (Internal Diameter Turning) : Cutting the surface of the inner hole of the workpiece, usually used to make threads, holes, etc.

Thread Turning: Used to create a threaded structure, either internal or external.

Chamfering: Cutting round corners at the edges of the workpiece to improve the appearance and grip of the workpiece.

Taper Turning: A tapered shape is produced on the end face of the workpiece, usually used to make a cone shaft or a cone hole.

Spherical Turning: Making spherical workpieces, such as ball pins, ball bearings, etc.

Gear Turning: Used to make gears or racks, usually requiring a special turning tool.

Multiaxis Turning: The use of multi-axis CNC lathes to achieve more complex machining tasks, such as shaped bearing seats, spirals, etc.

Contour Turning: The use of CNC control to produce complex curve shapes on the surface of the workpiece, suitable for engraving and art production.

Grooving: Cutting long, narrow grooves on a workpiece, often used to make keyways, etc.

Hollowing: Used to cut inside workpieces to make hollow or inner cavity structures.

Multiradius Turning: Making a workpiece with multiple different radii, often used to make connecting rods, etc.

Advantages of Aluminum Alloy Die Casting

High Precision

Through computer control, precise size and geometry requirements can be achieved.

High Efficiency

Automated processing reduces manual operation time and improves production efficiency.

Good Consistency

the same processing program can be reused on different workpieces to ensure consistent quality.

Strong Adaptability

can adapt to different types and shapes of the workpiece, suitable for small batch and multi-variety production.

Reduce Human Error

Eliminate human error and improve product quality.

We can turn your designs and ideas into real parts in just a few days.

Our Factory And Facilities

3E owns high precision 3-, 4- and 5-axis imported machines which allow us to achieve tight tolerances. We have also invested in a material tester, so that we can verify the materials we use and make sure they are the correct ones for each project. And we can quickly get measurement results from our automotive coordinate measuring machine (CMM).

Why Choose Kingship​

Kingship Machinery Division has successfully obtained certifications for quality management systems such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 13485, and IATF 16949. We have also continuously introduced advanced manufacturing and precision inspection equipment from countries like Japan, Germany, and Switzerland, ensuring a robust foundation for the production of precise, stable, and high-quality products for our customers.

Project Review

Engineering Implementation

Production and Delivery

After-Sales Service

Submit Your Request

Our professionals are available to talk you through each of our offerings. We’ll be sure to answer you within 24 hours. Fill out the information below with as much detail as possible, and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Submit Your Request

I will reply within 24 hours.