The difference between four-axis CNC machining and ordinary CNC machining

Generally, CNC machining only needs three axes of XYZ. At the same time, the machining core with one more rotating axis on the three XYZ axes is called four-axis CNC machining, and the machining core with two rotating axes is called five-axis CNC machining center. .

There are three different types of four-axis CNC machining plus rotating axes, which are identified as A, B, and C. The A axis is the axis that rotates around the X axis, and so on. The B axis matches the Y axis, and the C axis corresponds to the Z axis. . The three rotating axes of ABC are also called indexing heads. Four-axis CNC machining means adding an indexing head to the core of three-axis machining. In detail, which ordinate is added, you can see customer satisfaction.

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Similar to the CNC machining of the four-axis machine, the five-axis machining core only selects two of the three rotating axes of ABC, which can be AB, AC, and BC. It is precisely because the five-axis machining core has one more rotation axis than the four-axis machining center, so the five-axis CNC machining center can process the product workpieces that the four-axis machining core may not be able to process, while the four-axis CNC machining center can process the product workpiece five The shaft machining core can be machined.

The CNC machining of the four-axis machine can process some complicated inclined planes through a rotating axis and three parallel axes of XYZ. The five-axis machining core has one more indexing head than the four-axis machining center, so it can be processed by two rotating axes and The three parallel axes of XYZ are linked together to process more complicated inclined planes in indoor space.

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