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Computer numerically controlled (CNC) punching is a process that is carried out by CNC punch presses. A punch machine is programmed to move metal sheets along an x and y axis in order to accurately position the sheet under the machine’s punching ram so that holes may be punched. Whenever large quantities of metal sheets are needed with repeated shapes, CNC punching is much more efficient than using a laser.
Here at Leading Edge, we are equipped with AMADA AC 2510 NT high proficiency CNC punches. These punches have a punching accuracy of 0.003 inches and a turret speed of 30 R.P.M. They punch with a maximum hole diameter of 3.5 inches and have a workable max sheet size of 50 x 196 inches.
By using a combination of single hits and overlapping geometries, high volume parts can be produced in a much quicker time frame. Our manually operated CNC punches allow for more attention to detail, as they are monitored at all times to ensure correct operation.