Machining is an engineering process by which a specific material is cut into a specific final shape and size, usually by a solid-state cutter. The processes which have such a common theme are collectively known as subtractive machining, whereas the processes which have a different common theme are known as additive machining, when the materials being cut are made up of metal pieces rather than solid blocks of material. If a machine is used to make several identical pieces from different materials, each of these pieces will have a different diameter, thickness and weight. In order to make something similar, an identical pair of knives must be made from completely different materials and then cut them so that their blade shapes are complementary. One example of such a set of knives is a set of hand held japanese knives which have been refinished and reblued, so that their blade profiles have been made almost exactly to precision.
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The term ‘fabrication’ is often used in place of’machining’ because the processes which result in machined products are not, by definition, ‘fabrication’ but occur when raw materials are manipulated by mechanical or chemical means in order to bring about the creation of a functional object. The most common types of machining processes include cutting, drilling, perforating, beveling, turning, riveting, etc. These processes can be used to make virtually anything which can be shaped by a tool. The type of machining process used will determine the final shape of the object and the level of precision with which it is made.
All the different kinds of machining are done using tools of different types. For instance, abrasive balls are used to rough up surfaces and to remove minute quantities of unwanted material which is then machined to produce the final product. Water jets are used for drilling holes in objects and for other similar operations. CNC machining, on the other hand, is very different from all the other types of machining because it uses computer numerical control (CNC) technology to manipulate every stage of the production process. CNC machining produces objects which are absolutely perfect, as well as extremely durable.