Computerized arithmetical control, to put it simply, happens to be the use of a computer to control and monitor the actions of a machine tool. Milling machine, lathe, grinding machine, laser cutting machine, water jet or EDM, stamping machine, press, robotic arm, and so on are examples of static and portable machine tools. Large machines have a built-in computer, and the majority feature a sophisticated feedback system that constantly checks and changes the cutting tool’s speed and location. In workshops, less demanding machines allow for the use of an external personal computer. To move the machine axes in a controlled manner and perform the planned movements, the large cnc machining malaysia controller works with a sequence of motors (servo motors and/or stepper motors), as well as drive components.