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History of CNC Machining
Engineers built the first CNC machine tools in the 1940s and 1950s. Their invention was essentially motorized tools that could follow the point forward, depending on the input of the punch tape. Later, engineers added analog and digital computers to the mix.
In the 1970s, manufacturers began to actually use very basic versions of CNC machining software offered to them. Since then, dramatic changes and developments in computer technology have made the process more precise and reliable. Improved code makes CNC machines easier for beginners to operate. With computer imaging software, manufacturers can involve customers in product design before production begins.
They may even use machines to build one or several prototypes before mass production. After the production run ends, you can archive the production code for future use.
Today, CNC manufacturers do more than just make the final product. They consult, design and optimize production for customers.