Latest Testing for Optical Patterns

Latest Testing for Optical Patterns

Optical patterns are an intriguing aspect of CNC workmanship that required a great deal of attention and precision. After two years of unparalleled research and dedication, we have been able to drastically improve the surface of CNC milling. The direct result is as transparent and perfect as the hand-polished alternative, and it fits much better with the other parts.


Why Is This Breakthrough Important?

If you have done any work with CNC milling before, you will understand the sheer magnitude of this procedure. When it comes to working with optical features, nothing is quite so important as making sure the parts are as close to perfect as possible. Once the Computer Aided Design software creates the overall design for the material, it is up to the CNC milling to transform the block of material into a perfectly matching shape. The closer the finish is to the coordinated points, the better the parts will fit together. Unfortunately, up until now, the aesthetic qualities had to be improved upon by hand. This method of polishing results in less accurate data and subsequent ill-fitting components. When the parts match up perfectly with respect to the 3D file, you have an immaculate product, but without the polishing, the entire piece seems unfinished and low quality.


How Has This Impacted the CNC Milling Process?

The results of this testing for optical patterns through the CNC milling method are indicative of incredible gains within the industry. It was not easy for us to achieve such perfect results, and these findings are the culmination of hard work with many different machines. Our engineers worked with cutters, cooling systems, and quite a lot of parameter to come up with this magnificent breakthrough. CNC milling will never be the same. No longer must users hand-polish and risk ruining their crafted projects by altering the parts in small yet deeply significant ways. Now you and all other CNC enthusiasts can achieve impeccable surface with the closest adherence to the 3D design model.



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