What does the CNC Machining do for Most Durable Electronics Enclosure?

Durable Electronics Enclosure, electronics enclosure, engineering blog

With the Spring season just around the corner, like almost everyone else, I have already started doing my spring cleaning. I have started to was the walls, scrub the base boards and even cleaning my carpets. I will do everything and anything for me to brighten up my house after a long, very cold winter. After this chore, my next thing to my list is to finally was and re-hang some of my curtains.

However, this will post as a very difficult task for me. With my height: 5’2” I cannot even get get them down without using a ladder, let alone returning them. Then, there is the adjustment and re-adjustment go have both of the sides to hung up very evenly and well distributed.

Sometimes, there are things that cannot be adjusted and we should accept this. Even when it comes to machining holes and vents on the electronic enclosure, one cannot just move the hole even after it has been machined. The ability to move the hole is non-existent, the only option available is to make the hole bigger.

With this in mind, this only makes the designing and programming stages very vitally important. When it comes to creating some of the drawings, the design engineer should make sure that these holes are properly located on the places where it should properly fit the electronics.

The other key planning requirement for this is to properly make sure that there will be just enough space being located between holes and vents in order to make the material more stable than before. Companies recommend a 0.20 inches on either side of the square holes of the enclosure. This then now amounts to a total spacing of 0.40 inches that surrounds the holes.

Now with these dimensions, these are just enough space to be able to maintain the material strength needed but now it still allows for some of the holes to be closed and intact enough to be able to support all the electronics. Does the connectors lay closer than 0.20 inches? Companies can machine any size or shape of the hole the users might need. They can also include the D-shaped holes or the figure-8s and can still have the space provision that will be needed for the connector. But it can still narrow in between the holes in order for them to decrease the amount of open space in between holes.