CNC Prototyping & Production Parts
CNC manufacturing is a subtractive process that starts with our machinists programming our machining centers directly from your CAD files.
Our machining centers use tool-bits of varying sizes and shapes to remove material from a solid block of metal or plastic to reveal your part shape. It’s considered a subtractive technology, as opposed to additive manufacturing or 3D printing.
Standard CNC machining processes include milling, turning, surface grinding and electrical discharge machining (EDM).
Machined parts are durable, produced in production materials, highly accurate, and have a superb surface finish. These parts can be painted or polished to create highly cosmetic or clear parts.
ABS || NATURAL OR BLACK
POLYCARBONATE || BLACK OR CLEAR
GLASS-FILLED POLYCARBONATE || BLACK
ACRYLIC || CLEAR
PC+ABS BLEND || BLACK
ULTEM || AMBER
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