Computerized Numeric Control (CNC) is a process used in manufacturing that involves the use of computers to control machine tools.
In today’s Advanced Manufacturing world, lathes, mills, and routers are controlled in this way.
While 80% of the parts produced in America will fit inside a shoe box, the skilled training required to program and operate a machine tool is applicable to all CNC Machines, whether using a benchtop CNC Machine or a large floor standing model. The simulation and curriculum is what augments the tool itself. As manufacturing continues to automate, integration of single CNC Machines into cells and flexible work cells becomes more the norm. We provide solutions including basic training machines, machine integration with advanced robotics and up through complete Computer Integrated Manufacturing(CIM) cells.