Prototyping Processes | CNC
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is the opposite of most rapid prototyping processes.
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is the opposite of most rapid prototyping processes. Instead of being an additive process, it actually uses the selective removal of material to build your part.
Building prototypes in Aluminium, Acrylic, Foam, Zinc, Nylon, Acetyl and Chemical Wood, CNC is ideal for testing product wear, snap features, durability and overall strength.
A wide variety of finishes can also be achieved producing a prototype similar in appearance to the manufactured part.
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