CNC foam carving machine is used for engrave large non-metallic mould, especially automotive foam mould, wooden ship mould, aviation and train wood mould. And wood mould casting, food mould (e.g. moon cake mould) and other mould making.
With the rotary axis, it can do any kind of 3D cylinder material and mould processing for woodworking, advertising, molding industries.
With the 180 degree spindle rotation, it can can engrave some arch shaped work piece as well.
Z axis can be heightened to 1,000 mm, suitable for large-scale material 3D curve working.
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In various engraving industries, we are often focused on tablet engraving, such as door lines, acrylic billboards, etc., there are some need for three-dimensional engraving materials. In this case, we need a 4 axis CNC router machine to operate. The so-called axis of the CNC router refers to the three coordinate axes of XYZ plus the rotating shaft. In fact, whether it is a 3 axis or 4 axis CNC router machine, it has all the shafts, but the different 3 axis CNC routers are used in the process, only three axes are running, but the four axes are more flexible, they can start at the same time And run four axes. 4 AXIS CNC Router Machine produced by Igoldencnc Factory is a four-axis CNC router designed to handle three-dimensional materials.
The main difference between CNC router machine and laser machine is the different engraving method. The CNC router machine uses a metal cutting machine for engraving. It has high requirements on the type and specifications of the tool. The appropriate tool must be selected according to the type, thickness, hardness and processing method (mainly engraving or cutting) of the material being processed; the laser machine uses a laser source as the engraving energy for engraving or cutting. This is a heat-based non-contact processing process that uses a focused high-power laser beam to rely on heat to perform precise cutting.