Lathe CNC

A lathe is a type of tool or machine, which is able to rotate a tool or fragment, in order to perform distinct actions on it, such as cutting, sanding, knurling, drilling, deformation, facing or turning. Here in HKDL we use it rather frequently. The lathe is equipped with tools that are specifically applied to the workpiece, in order to construct a symmetrical object.

Symmetry is a key component for us here, in HKDL: we work with some of the finest technologies, so we could provide a wide range of industries, factories, and companies outstanding materials via advanced technologies such as CNC machining (made with iron, stainless steel, tool steel, mold steel, alloy steel, carbon steel, copper, aluminum and plastic; such as nylon, pom, peek etc.).

Lathes are essential in to order to assemble high quality, accurate and difficult shapes, which were on the border of impossible without such technology. Thanks to this tool, HKDL can guarantee such immaculate craftsmanship.

Once a manual tool devised in B.C Egypt, lathes are today’s HKDL’s most appreciated machines. Nowadays most lathes nowadays are supervised and controlled by sophisticated computers or CNC: Computerized numerical control.

CNC is a unique way to transmit information from the human conscious to a machine which is often used in HKDL. The information is transmitted through a language it understands called a G code, in order to produce new material: Highly esteemed professional engineers, experienced QA and QC construct a CNC strategy, in which the machines should operate to form a tool or a workpiece. Once the strategy is bulletproof, it is inserted into the CNC computer. The CNC computer streams the information to the lathes, so they’ll be able to perform accurate movements in accordance with precise input rate, coordination, position, and speed.

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