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Stone is one of the earliest materials used by man. Natural deposits of granite, marble, slate and other stones have served a wide range of applications, from practical to artistic. The stone cutting process consists of two broad steps: extracting stone from the earth and then treating and shaping it for its desired purpose. Over time, a number of different tools and methods have been used cut stone.
Proper maintenance of your CNC machines is essential for a successful machining operation. The practice will promote efficient performance of the equipment which translates into higher productivity. The servicing tasks will also prevent premature breakdown and complete failure of your machinery. Consequently, you will be able to avoid unexpected downtime and high repair charges. Here are some simple guidelines on preventative maintenance for CNC machines.
CMS North America is pleased to announce the recognition of and receipt of top honors for its CNC Blog, which specializes in news, industry overviews, technical questions and solutions, as well as the history of CNC.
In any workplace, there are a variety of safety risks which employees must observe. When working with CNC machines, safety protocol is particularly important.
When it comes to stone machining, it can be difficult to decide whether natural stones, such as limestone, are right for a new project. Here are some issues that can sometimes arise with natural materials, which will help determine the best type of material for a stone machining project.
Watch the video below as the CMS Brembana Maxima 5 Axis machines stone for a variety of applications!