A computer numerical control (CNC) router is a computer-controlled cutting machine related to the hand-held router used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminum, steel, plastics, glass, and foams. CNC routers can fill the roles of many carpentry dealers such as saw panels, spindles and drills.
The CNC router is similar to the concept of the CNC milling machine. Instead of driving manually, paths are checked by computer numerical control. CNC Router is one of many tools that have a wide range of CNC variants.
CNC Routers are known to provide consistent and high quality work and improves factory productivity. CNC routes are available in many configurations, from the small house style D.I.Y.to industrial power CNC machines.
Although there are many configurations, CNC routers have some special components: dedicated CNC controller, one or more sports motors, servo or front mounted motors, servo amplifiers, AC drives, line guides, ball and work mat or table.
In addition, CNC routers can have vacuum pumps, and grid tops or a t-slot for holding fixtures to hold parts in place through cutting. CNC routes are generally available in 3-axis and 5-axis formats. CNC routers are used in sign shops, cabinet making, aerospace and boat-making facilities among others.