We are a professional CNC turned parts manufacturer that can produce all kinds of metal non-standard parts including but not limited to aluminum. We use CNC lathes to complete the knurling process. This product shows a aluminum cnc turning knurling part processed by CNC lathe.
Why Knurling Aluminum CNC Turned Parts?
Knurling can provide several benefits, including:
1. Improved grip: Knurling creates a pattern of ridges on the surface of the part, which can improve grip and prevent slippage. This can be particularly useful for handheld devices or parts that need to be gripped by hand.
2. Increased friction: Knurling can increase the friction between two parts, which can be useful for parts that need to be securely fastened together.
3. Aesthetic appeal: Knurled parts can have a decorative appearance that is preferred over smooth surfaces. The regular and symmetrical patterns, coupled with the luster of the aluminum itself, can add a certain beauty to the appearance of the part.
4. Repair method: Knurling can also be used as a repair method for worn parts. The raised areas surrounding the depressed areas can make up for wear on the part, which can extend the life of the part.
Overall, knurling aluminum CNC turned parts can provide several benefits that make it a useful manufacturing process.
Knurling is a manufacturing process that involves creating a pattern of straight, angled, or crossed lines on a material, typically conducted on a lathe. Knurling can also refer to material that has a knurled pattern, which allows hands or fingers to get a better grip on the knurled object than would be provided by the original smooth surface. Knurling can be used as a repair method, where a rolled-in knurled surface has raised areas surrounding the depressed areas, which can make up for wear on the part. Knurling can also be used when a component will be assembled into a low precision component, for example, a metal pin into a plastic molding. The outer surface of the metal pin is knurled so that the raised detail “bites” into the plastic irrespective of whether the size of the hole in the plastic closely matches the diameter of the pin.