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    Hi, I'm new to CNC Milling and can't find anything anywhere about batch production using a cnc mill. My company want me to be able to batch produce small endcaps however I'm unsure as to whether this is possible and if so, how can it be done?
    I hope someone can help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorGilbert View Post
    Hi, I'm new to CNC Milling and can't find anything anywhere about batch production using a cnc mill. My company want me to be able to batch produce small endcaps however I'm unsure as to whether this is possible and if so, how can it be done?
    I hope someone can help me

    I'm pretty sure you are taking the piss,

    but just in case you aren't;

    [Some here will know what you mean by an 'End cap" but I don't ].

    A sketch of the part,

    rough dimensions, materials, tolerances and finishes,

    + number of parts you have to produce annually (would be a start)

    + rough project budget.

    Depending on the part a conventional "Mill" might not be the best solution (in all cases).

    Say Hi to "Blighty" for me. _ @professorGilbert

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    We are a professional CNC Router manufacturer, we have a variety of types of CNCs that meet your needs, whether it is in batches or use it yourself, welcome to browse.iGOLDEN

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    Batch production does not require CNC machines. Wife made a batch of awesome chocolate cookies yesterday. NOM NOM NOM!

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    Batch production
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    Batch production is a method of manufacturing where the products are made as specified groups or amounts, within a time frame. A batch can go through a series of steps in a large manufacturing process to make the final desired product.

    Sir, if this is what you are asking how to achieve perhaps consider hiring a machinist or sub contracting this job to a machine shop. Your question essentially amounts to "Please summarize how to be a competent machinist."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorGilbert View Post
    how can it be done?
    Ask the person that wants you to do it.
    JFC has society become so ignorant that they have to look for an answer online before asking someone face to face for the answer?

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    Maybe OP is referring to biatch production. Do we really need more?

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    Batch of cookies.
    cookies.jpg NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM! Yup, 5 noms
    Batch of baked scallops. 5 NOMS!
    scallops.jpg
    Or Batch of N'Orleans grilled oysters. (air fryer did them drooling awesome)
    jumbo-oysters.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorGilbert View Post
    Hi, I'm new to CNC Milling and can't find anything anywhere about batch production using a cnc mill. My company want me to be able to batch produce small endcaps however I'm unsure as to whether this is possible and if so, how can it be done?
    I hope someone can help me


    How many parts to be made in each batch, 50 off, 500 off??

    Size of parts, make and size of mill you are using.

    Picture or parts.

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    Email these guys. I am assuming your talking about several vises on the table lined up in a row so you can machine several at a time. You searched for batch production | Kurt Workholding

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    In the conspiracy-theory mindset, perhaps this a type of dual-authentication spamming. First, the inane question (the "straight man"), and a few responses later, the Chinese CNC router co. spam (punch line). Very sophisticated.

    If this is real: Cameraman has a set of basic questions that should be answered.


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