CNC surface finishing is a process that uses computer-controlled machinery to produce a smooth, consistent finish on a workpiece. Surface finishing helps define and refine the overall texture after CNC machining.
There are a number of different methods available for CNC surface finishing, and the best choice for your project will depend on the materials you use and the results you want.
- 1 Benefits of CNC surface finishing
- 2 What machining CNC surface finishes does FRIMA offer?
Benefits of CNC surface finishing
CNC surface finishing can be used to remove burrs, improve the quality of welds, and smooth out rough edges. CNC surface finishing can also be used to add decorative finishes to a workpiece, such as a brushed or mirror-like finish.
There are many benefits to using CNC surface finishing, including improved surface quality, increased productivity, and lower production costs. This type of finishing is also more consistent and repeatable than traditional methods, such as hand finishing.
If you are considering using CNC surface finishing for your next project, be sure to consider all of the benefits this type of finishing can offer.