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Micromachining Zone Gives 'Tiny' a New Meaning

By: Lori Beckman
21. October 2013

Many components in Swiss watches are manufactured using CNC mill-turn machines.

Micromachining is the machining of tiny parts and features with small tools and precision machines. Whether you know a lot about this type of machining (maybe you do this type of job in your shop) or don’t know much, delve into the educational articles, videos and new products on the topic by visiting PM’s Micromachining Zone

The zone offers this information to help you better understand the true meaning of “tiny” parts and how they are created. When you think about a large machine tool having the capability to produce these “micro” parts, it is amazing how the process works. Learn more by visiting the Micromachining Zone

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