RS India Manufacturing

RS India works on CNC machines to come up with quality products at the end of the manufacturing process. CNC is basically an abbreviation for ‘Computer Numerically Controlled’ which includes automated tools and processes. CNC machines are usually electro-mechanical equipment which are capable of varying number of axis, generally 3 or 5. While carrying the number of axis, it follows precision per instruction coming from a computer program. The Swiss experts associated with RS India ensure that all the machinists, CNC programmers, toolmakers, and engineers work efficiently to meet the quality standards.

Computers are responsible for controlling and monitoring the CNC machining. Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) programs are being combined to control certain factors. These factors are coordination, feed rate, speed, and location.

CNC machining involves the following techniques:

  1. Turning
  2. Milling
  3. Cylindrical Grinding
  4. Wire EDM
  5. Solid Sink EDM
  6. Optical Grinding
  7. Surface Grinding

Some specific technological attributes used by RS India in order to provide Swiss quality & precision:

  • 3 to 5-axis consistent CNC machining
  • Laser measurement systems
  • Up-to-date CAM/CAD software
  • A system having a robotic palletization

Let’s get slightly into the technical side:

RS India promotes using CNC machines while providing its clients with Swiss quality & precision products, because CNC systems prove to be highly precise no matter how typical the manufacturing process is. CNC tools get measured in thousands of an inch, which is being called as thou. When it comes to standard machining, parts’ tolerances would be approx. ±0.005. It would be ±0.001 in case of fine machining. And, when it comes to specialized manufacturing processes, tolerances are kept tight, i.e., ±0.00005. These minute details simply explain how much precision needs to be introduced in order to come up with a precise, and quality product.