Scott Abbott Manufacturing Co.
Scott Abbott Manufacturing Co.

CNC Machining

CNC Machining

The abbreviation CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, and refers specifically to the computer control of machine tools for the purpose of (repeatedly) manufacturing complex parts in metal as well as other materials, using a program written in a notation conforming to the EIA-274-D standard and commonly called G-code. CNC was developed in the late 1940s and early 1950s by the MIT Servomechanisms Laboratory. CNC machines were relatively briefly preceded by the less advanced NC, or Numerical(ly) Control(led), machines.

CNC Turning Centers

  • Morie Sieki (6" max cap.)
  • Okuma (2" cap)
  • Eurotech Elite (2-3/4" max cap.)
  • Miyano (1-1/4" max cap.)
  • Hyundai (2-3/4" max cap.)

CNC Machining Centers - Vertical

  • Mori Sieki
  • Hyundai
  • Matsurra
  • Kitamura
  • Brothers

CNC Machining Centers - Horizontal

  • Toyoda

Secondary Equipment

  • Engine Lathe
  • Warner & Swasey
  • Lathe (1AC)
  • Hardinge Lathe
  • Goss & DeLeeuw (123)
  • Goss & DeLeeuw (6" x 6-3/4")
  • Horizontal Mills
  • Multiple Secondary Operation Machines
  • Abrasive Cut-Off Saw
  • Arbor Press
  • Hydraulic Press
  • Multiple Head Drill Presses
  • Pedestal Drill Presses
  • Snow Tappers
  • Belt Sanders
  • Chip Spinners
  • Parts Washers
  • Air Compressors
  • Govro
  • Centerless Grinders
  • O.D. Grinder
  • Sunnen Hone
  • Pedestal Tool Grinders
  • Surface Grinders
 

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