In the modern world, industrial waste is a major concern. With fast-paced demand for consumer goods and ever-shrinking shelf lives, manufacturers are producing more and more products. However, research shows that using CNC Lathe for manufacturing can reduce industrial waste in many ways. Let’s find out some ways in which CNC Lathes can reduce industrial waste.
1. Unnecessary Unscrewing
CNC Lathes have the potential to reduce the number of screws used in manufacturing by making it easier to connect complex shapes together. As a result, you can reduce the number of screws required on your products, thereby reducing your industrial waste as well as pollution.
2. Less Chips Produced During Turning
Although it may seem like a minor environmental issue, the production of chips resulting from CNC turning leads to the emission of harmful gases such as CO2, SO2, and NOx. Although some of these gases are produced during regular cutting, CNC processes tend to produce more waste as compared to hand-operated lathes. When you use a CNC Lathe, it allows using both rough and finish turning on the same setup. This enables you to make parts with reduced waste and improved quality.
3. Reduced Use of Natural Resources
Using less plastic and other natural materials can significantly reduce your industrial waste as well as pollution. CNC Lathe is designed for high-precision cutting, and as a result, you can reduce the amount of scrap produced during manufacturing. A CNC lathe’s ability to cut down the size of the chips produced is another advantage, as this reduces your consumption of natural resources.
4. Adaptable and Flexible Material Handling
CNC Lathe has an adaptable material handling system that makes it easy to change from one type of material to another with minimal disruption or downtime. This allows you to replace different kinds of materials at any point in time, which reduces constant switching from materials and drastically reduces your industrial waste and pollution levels.
5. Superior Workmanship and Consistency
CNC Lathes are designed for precision performance with minimal human intervention, which means that they can produce high-quality products with little or no human error. As a result, you can reduce the scrap produced during manufacturing processes and improve consistency in your finished products.
At MD Design & Automation, we offer a wide variety of machining, design, and automation services. Our services include Rapid Prototyping, CNC Machining, WEDM, Reverse Engineering,CNC turning services, EDM machining, jig grinding, reverse engineering, and even manual milling turning and much more. You may get in touch with us at 262 338 1988 or request a quote for your project right away!