In addition to the above-mentioned production tasks, special purpose machine are also applicable in the following situations:
1. Cases that require special processing techniques, such as drilling, cutting, grinding, and milling, etc.
2. Cases that require highly automated production processes and systems, such as automated assembly lines, automated machining centers, welding robots, etc.
3. Cases that require the processing of large and heavy parts, such as wind power generators, ship components, aircraft components, etc.
4. Cases that require processing of sub-surface damaged parts, such as glass, ceramics, hard alloys, etc. Due to the high hardness and brittleness of these materials, special cutting and grinding techniques are required.
Generally speaking, special purpose machine are suitable for production tasks that require high precision, efficiency, and mass production. These tasks require special processing technology and equipment requirements and require a considerable amount of human and material resources for design, production, and debugging.