Electronics Industry

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While machining can create large parts, it also excels as an option for designing small components, such as those the electronics industry uses. Modern technological advances rely on small, lightweight parts and devices with laser-precise proportions under 10 micrometers, all of which CNC machining can deliver.

In addition to common electrical device components, the electronics industry also needs the capacity to create communications components. Communications parts can protect communication devices from interference from other electronics. They also provide electrical connections between parts, including:

  • Heat sinks
  • Electrical insulation
  • Amplifier housings
  • Radiofrequency interference shielding

Smaller parts require tighter tolerances. Electronics and other electrical components require error-free micro-machining. Humans are incapable of achieving such accuracy levels on their own. Using a computer to cut and control the machining tools increases the possible precision when creating minuscule components. The electronics industry owes its success to the superior accuracy produced by CNC machining.