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There are normally two types of machining they are 1) Manual machining 2) Automatic machining. Manual machining can be done on both conventional machines as well as in Automatic machines. In latest technology automatic machines are manufactured as CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) machines. The machining on such machines are generally termed as CNC machining.

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