Machinist Formulas

Written by Adam Blau
Bookmark and Share

Those people involved in the production and design of metal products and machines confront a slew of complex formulas virtually every day. Not only does the engineer need to determine the stress and physical abilities of a particular component, but he or she must also figure out how the multitude of components interact with one another. The physics and trigonometry involved can get remarkably complex when working with several parts at once.

Technology and Success

The key to a successful design and production firm is efficiency. A firm needs to work quickly and precisely in order to satisfy a client or get a job done well. If the engineer is bogged down by complex mathematical and physical formulas, the work can slow to a snail's pace.

By using a quality computer-aided design (CAD) program, an engineer can speed up his or her work dramatically. Thanks to the speed and complexity of modern computers, CAD programs are incorporating more sophisticated machinist formulas into their code. The engineer can simply click the mouse a few times to determine the outcome of a particular formula or test, having the answer in less than a few seconds.

As quickly as computer technology changes, so changes the complexity of CAD software. The most recent updates of the most advanced software can perform machinist tasks that would have been virtually impossible on models that were out even a few years ago. For your design firm to succeed, be sure to invest in the latest design technology; this way, you can ensure success.

Bookmark and Share


Wait, I lied. My favorite shirt isn't my baby blue tealrdhess, it's a soft black one my sister got me for my birthday last year. The print on it is ehh, but it's really comfortable and for some reason makes me look really thin (which defies all logic, because it's a body-hugger and I'm definately not certifiably thin).