Machining revolves around the group of processes in which a shape is generated by removing unwanted material . Machining can be used to make a component from stock material but more often it is used as a secondary process to impart a shape or a level of precision to a manufactured component that cannot be achieved otherwise. Shape restrictions exist for some machining processes.

See also:
"Machining" is in the CPC Code "44212"
  Machining centres, unit construction machines (single station) and multi-station transfer machines, for working metal

"Machining" is in the HS Code "8457"
  Machining Centres, Unit Construction Machines (Single Station) And Multistation Transfer Machines, F

"Machining" is in the UNSPSC Code "73180000"
  Machining and processing services

Ref: 122551/2006-10-10

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ISO 10791-2:2001 (Test conditions for machining centres. Geometric ...)
Broaching (Broaching is a machining process that pushes or ...)
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Ultra-hard materials machining (Ultra-hard materials machining is the fabrication ...)
Computer numerical control (CNC) machining

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