CNC lathe threading cycle is a process used in CNC lathes to produce screw threads on the surface of a workpiece. The cycle involves using a cutting tool, which is typically a threading tool, to cut a helical groove into the surface of the workpiece to form the thread. This cycle is commonly used in manufacturing for producing threaded parts for various applications, such as for fastening, connecting, or adjusting components.
This program feature is scriptable.
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