CNC ROUTING SERVICE
think3D offers high quality industrial machining services in 3 axis CNC Routing Machine in various materials like Plywood, Acrylic, Plastic, ACP, Foam Sheet, MDF with lots of post processing options. With 3D Printing, CNC Machining, Vacuum Casting, Injection Molding services all at one place, we are a truly one-stop shop for your manufacturing needs.
MACHINES WE HAVE
The AXYZ Series router offers virtually any width and length, and it’s endless list of options ensures it fits a broad range of CNC applications. The Pacer range is a powerful, precision driven, heavy-duty option. While, Trident, the router-knife hybrid, delivers both lightning fast knife cutting and overwhelming routing capabilities to take on broader projects.
A CNC Laser Cutter allows for extremely precise cutting and engraving of many materials such as wood, foam, concrete, different metals and many others. It contains a sharp and pointed router to produce clean and exact cutting of the material. This sharp cutter can even cut most organic materials and depending on the power metals as well.
WHY CHOOSE US
One shop for all 3D printing needs
We are a one stop shop for all 3D printing needs in India. For us, 3D printing is a full time occupation and thus we are able to offer entire 3D services to our customers. So, as a customer you needn’t waste your valuable time looking for multiple vendors for multiple 3D printing requirements.
Dedicated mobile app
think3D has launched a dedicated mobile app for its users to install, browse various printers, scanners & filaments, reach out to think3D team and most importantly do live chat with the support staff and get resolution to their issues on a real time basis.
At think3D, we have built an automated end-to-end workflow process to make the entire order processing seamless and devoid of slippages. Customers receive regular updates via e-mail & SMS on order status/support ticket status.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In most cases we prefer that you send us .DXF files. We have the best results if files are generated by AutoCad software.
The materials that CNC router supports are:
- Foam Sheet
In a CNC part program, using G and M code Language describes the sequence of operations that the machine must perform in order to manufacture a component.
Codes that begin with G are called preparatory words because they prepare the machine for a certain type of motion.
Codes that begin with M are called miscellaneous words that control machine auxiliary options.
As with other CNC machining, CNC routing uses a computer-controlled system to drive the mechanical operation of the process. The main components of a CNC router process include:
- CAD model drawing that is transferred into a CNC-readable program, known as G-code. The G-code is used to setup the CNC routing machine.
- CNC controller and computer system that works to direct the movement and follow the CAD model design.
- The spindle is the CNC routing cutter and it rotates removes pieces of material at a different speed and material softness.
- A cutting bed supports and secures the material. The bed often has a vacuum motor to ensure stability to achieve the intricacies of the finished part or product.
In combination with the laser technology, it fulfils several important functions at the same time during the laser cutting procedure. The targeted air flow drives the material melt out of the cutting gap. Compressed air flow cools the heat influence zone at the focal spot. Protects the optical lens from soiling.
CO2 laser cutting technology is configured to meet the material surface at a 90 degree angle. For example, the material can be cut at an angle of 45 degrees with the tool positioned at a slant, which means a wedge can be cut out.
When cutting stainless steel or aluminum, the laser beam simply melts the material, and high pressure nitrogen is used to blow the molten metal out of the kerf. On a CNC laser cutter, the laser cutting head is moved over the metal plate in the shape of the desired part, thus cutting the part out of the plate.
- ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
- Acrylic (also known as Plexiglas, Lucite, PMMA)
- Delrin (POM, acetal) – for a supplier, try McMaster-Carr.
- High density polyethylene (HDPE) – melts badly.
- Kapton tape (Polyimide)
- Mylar (polyester)
- Nylon – melts badly.
- PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol)