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  1. 1. Common Secondary Machining Techniques Used In The Plastics Industry
  2. 2. The secondary machining technique is cost- effective for producing workpieces made up of multiple procedures. During the machiningb process, a number of processes are carried out in a specific order to provide the best outcomes. Secondary machining operations come after primary production processes like CNC or injection moulding.
  3. 3. ● Drilling This is a secondary machining method known as computer numerical control (CNC), which produces holes in a workpiece using a round cutter. Although milling equipment can also be utilised, specifically developed drill pressing machines are employed in this procedure.
  4. 4. ● Milling A multi-point rotary cutter bends deep threads, gear teeth, or slots onto the workpiece during milling. A fining coat is applied to the workpiece during the injection moulding process thanks to milling, a secondary machining procedure.
  5. 5. ● Turning The turning process can be carried out manually or automatically by rotating the workpiece while a cutting tool operates in a linear motion to create the final tube-shaped item. Using CNC enables greater production, consistency, and efficiency.
  6. 6. ● Grinding Surface grinding machining processes are used when injection moulding calls for a tolerance surface polish. Thanks to the powered abrasive paste, wheel, or belt employed in this procedure, the workpiece has a fine-tolerance finish.
  7. 7. ● CNC Machining Because an injection moulding process demands a tolerance surface finish, surface grinding machining processes are required. By utilising a powered abrasive paste, wheel, or belt, it delivers the workpiece a fine-tolerance finish.
  8. 8. ● Tapping Have you ever considered how grooves are made in bottles to allow for appropriate cap fit? Well, this is accomplished by tapping. It is the process that uses a conical thread or cylindrical cutting tool to help produce grooves on the inside surface of the drilled hole.
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