Frequently Asked Question

SHUSA CNC stone engraving machine is a computer-controlled machine used to carve, cut, and engrave designs into various types of stone materials. It is commonly used for creating intricate patterns, text, Inlay , Jali , murals , wall panel , textures on stone surfaces.

SHUSA CNC stone engraving machines can work with a variety of stones including granite, marble, limestone, sandstone, slate, and more. Different stones may require different settings and tools for optimal results.The same machine also capable to work on Wood,MDF,courian, ACP,Acrylic,FRP, Glass.

SHUSA CNC Stone machines are widely used in the temple construction, Building Construction,art, monument making, interior design, and manufacturing industries. They are often employed for producing tombstones, decorative tiles, countertops, sculptures, and custom stone products.
Our CNC stone engraving machine works by following a set of computer instructions (G-code) to move a rotating tool (such as a diamond-tipped bit) along specified paths, removing material to create the desired design. The machine's movements are controlled by motors and a computer system.

Operator/Programmer should draw on Computer software and generate a G code program for the same, machine will read that program and follow the desired path.
Important features to consider include the machine's size, spindle power, precision, speed, compatibility with different stone types, ease of use, and the availability of customer support and maintenance services.
Software required includes CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software to create the design, and CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) software to generate the G-code.

Some Examples of CAD softwares are Autocad , Coral Draw , 3D Max , Art Cam , Carveco etc.

Some Examples of CAM softwares are Mastercam, Art Cam , Carveco, Powermill etc.

Regular maintenance includes cleaning the machine, lubricating moving parts, checking and tightening bolts, replacing worn tools, and ensuring the software and firmware are up to date. Refer to the machine’s manual for specific maintenance guidelines.
SHUSA provides free of charge installation and operation training of the machine at customer sites.Customer has to provide basic transportation & boarding for installation Engineer.
Safety measures include wearing protective gear (gloves, goggles, ear protection), ensuring proper ventilation, keeping the workspace clean, adhering to the machine's operational guidelines, and providing proper training to operators.
Check the alignment of the tool and the workpiece, ensure the tool is sharp and properly installed, verify the machine's calibration, and review the G-code for errors. If the issue persists, consult the machine's manual or contact customer support.
To prevent tool breakage, use the correct tool for the material, ensure proper feed rates and spindle speeds, avoid excessive cutting depths, and regularly inspect and replace worn tools.
The number of axes determines the machine's capability to move in different directions simultaneously, affecting the complexity of shapes it can carve.
Most CNC stone engraving machines come in 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis configurations.
A 3-axis machine can move along the X, Y, and Z axes, suitable for carving flat or slightly contoured surfaces.
A 4-axis machine adds a rotary axis or tilting Axis allowing for more intricate designs and engraving on cylindrical or curved surfaces.
A 5-axis machine provides even greater flexibility by adding two rotational axes, enabling carving on highly complex shapes and undercutting.Higher-axis machines tend to be more expensive and may require more expertise to operate and program effectively.

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