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Dimitrios Sideris

hello we have an S400 cnc and it seems to have a 200 micron backlash. i.e. when you move it in one direction and then to the oposite direction the driver moves by 200 micron before the head starts moving again. is that something that can be corrected?


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How CNC Engraver Works

Posted by on 25 Dec 2011 12:43 CNC Engraving
CNC engraving is used to produce highly accurate engravings. CNC engraving is also great for reproducing the same, consistent results for mass production. CNC machines use a wide variety of different tools such as different drills or saws to create a variety of products and engravings. Modern CNC engraving machines often combine many tools into a single “cell”. In other cases a human or robotic external controller may change the parts on a machine required for engraving. How CNC engraver works is a fascinating process from the design phase to a finished product.

With the introduction of lower-cost computers and better CNC engraving machines design, getting a perfect engraving is becoming even cheaper. The most common CNC mill is the 3-axis mill. These consist of a table that moves in the X and Y axis directions, and a tool spindle that moves in the Z (up and down) direction. A new addition is the 5-axis mill which enables the tool spindle to move in a multi-directional way, so to work with complex shapes and designs.

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The work on the machine, program selection, control programs
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