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Precision machining is a process of changing the dimensions or properties of a workpiece with a machine to shape large pieces of material into more precise parts, so that they can meet very exact specifications.
In the machinery industry or automation industry, CAD, CAE, and CAM complement each other. Design with CAD and then manufacture with CAM. CAD is the design process using computer technology, CAE is the use of computer simulation to analyze physical problems, and CAM is the use of computers and computer software to control machines for manufacturing, usually suitable for mass-produced parts.