Precision Manufacturing Rapid Metal Prototyping
CNC Machining is a traditional way of removing excess material from blanks to obtain the required prototype. Technically speaking, it’s a kind of method that integrated computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), computer numerical control (CNC) and other advanced technologies to machine the 3D model formed on a computer by excavating from a single piece of material at a CNC machining center. CNC Machining is most used to make big parts and solid cosmetic parts, and structural parts for functional tests.
CNC Prototyping process: Accept drawings → Programming → Send Program to the CNC Machining Center → Machining → After Processing (Polishing, Painting, Printing, etc.)