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The automakers who took the pandemic's lessons to heart reevaluated their production methods to maximize cost containment. Frequently, this involved improving their CNC machining strategy. Fortunately, that particular decision will make it simple to move from producing mostly ICE (internal combustion engine) automobiles to EVs. For firms with highly specialized equipment, making the changeover will be more challenging, but investing in the appropriate software in the future years could help them get back on track.

Reducing Weight

Innovative dies that are fabricated by potent 5-axis machining centers are used to create body panels.
The overall mass is decreased by pocketing internal parts. Without the use of different setups, it would be impossible to access these compartments.
Many of an EV’s components are made of lightweight aerospace materials, yet these materials are frequently challenging to fabricate using conventional techniques. Gouging and warping are quite likely without CAM software, which provides thorough simulations and continuously checks the machining process.

Machining Batteries

Only extremely accurate machining can be used to create components like rotary shafts, linear ball bushings, and customizable plates.
Batteries must be shielded from environmental hazards such moisture, severe temperatures, and vibration. Due to the higher speeds and temperatures that electric motors work at, their seals must function even better than those in an ICE.

Meeting Tight Tolerances

Even though they perform at high speeds and temperatures, consumers expect less maintenance on EVS. There are fewer overall components in an electric motor, so each must be flawlessly manufactured for OEMs to meet this expectation.

Parts must have perfect surface finishes that require little deburring.
Any pocketing that is done must not alter the strength of the machined part, so each stepover and stepdown must be accurate to thousandths of an inch.
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The Right Tools

automatically produces optimum toolpaths for creating complex items with deep pockets and automobile dies.
Dynamic Motion Technology continuously assesses the stock material while cutting, automatically modifying feeds, speeds, and tool angles to maintain a safe and effective cutting operation.
Every step of the machining process is precisely simulated by the Verify and Backplot tools, which also show potential errors, gouges, and collisions.
Even the strictest tolerances can be met with extremely accurate toolpaths.

Electric Vehicle Manufacturing

Get all of the parts for your electric car produced by our verified supplier network, which collaborates with leading businesses in the sector. Consumers anticipate less maintenance from EVs even if they operate at high speeds and temperatures.

Higher quality

The emphasis will switch to making parts of a better caliber due to the relative simplicity of EVs and the accompanying reduced maintenance needs. Machined parts must be produced with equipment that can satisfy the needed levels of accuracy and repeatability if they are to last as long as the electric parts of an electric vehicle.


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