Since the development of the mechanical machining industry, CNC numerical control machining is a good machining method, but its machining cost is also an important factor being considered. Factors such as materials, design, surface treatment, quantity, and turnover time will all affect the cost of CNC machining parts. The following factors will affect the price of CNC parts:
1- Processing time:
The more complex and larger the product design, the longer the processing time. The longer the processing time of the parts, the higher the cost. Processing time is usually the main influencing factor for CNC machining of parts.
The prices of different raw materials often vary. Even materials with similar performance can have vastly different prices.
Stricter tolerance requirements will make it more difficult to process, and the scrap rate will also increase, which will lead to higher CNC processing costs.
The programming time required to produce 1 piece and 1000 pieces is the same, so if there are more quantities in the same batch, the total cost will be shared, thereby reducing the cost of individual products.
5- Surface treatment:
If surface treatments such as coating, smoothing, anodizing, black oxidation are required, and even some workpieces require local electroplating, local anodizing, dual color prototype oxidation, or oxidation in one area, electroplating in another area will increase processing steps and costs.
6- Delivery time:
A short delivery time means that the supplier needs to coordinate more workers to arrange this batch of orders first, and has to delay machining other orders. This is also a small factor in the additional cost, abbreviated as "expedited machining fee".