CNC Quality Control
Smithy engineers and factory personnel worked together to develop this three-part inspection procedure that assures the delivery of a quality CNC machine tool.
24 Hour Run-in: Each CNC machine is first run for 24 hours with the spindle turning and the axes moving during the run-in to catch any latent mechanical problems.
Quality Control Inspections: Each machine is inspected for orthogonality, precision and spindle runout, and a report of the inspection process is generated. This report is sent along with the machine to the new customer. Click here to download SmithyCNC Inspection Sheet.
Making a Test Part: Finally, a test part based on the NAS979 standard (Circle-Diamond-Square) is run on the machine and then inspected for accuracy. Click here to download the SmithyCNC CDS Test Sheet.
Circle Diamond Square Testing at the factory.
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