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  • How does 3D printing work?
    To create a 3D printed object, you use an “additive process”. The three-dimensional object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is finished
  • What is 3D printing?
    3D printing is the automated process of building a three-dimensional object by adding material, layer by layer, rather than taking material away (as in drilling or machining)
  • What is 3D printing good for?
    Whether you need a frame for your drone project, simply a door stopper or anything else in between, you can 3D print it. On the industrial side of things, 3D printing has enabled different industries, from the healthcare to the automotive industry, to do things never before possible and bring products to the market much faster. One spectacular area where 3D printing excels is in the medical area. Custom-built prostheses, 3D printed tissue are becoming more common in labs. But 3D printing also is strong when it comes to manufacturing small batches of goods. One example: the aerospace industries’ ability to 3D print small jet engine components with complex inner channeling, making the engine more fuel efficient. This would never have been possible with the traditional method of CNC milling
  • What materials are used for CNC?
    Almost any material can be used in a CNC machine. It really depends on the application. Common materials include metals such as aluminum, brass, copper, steel, and titanium, as well as wood, foam, fiberglass, and plastics such as polypropylene, ABS, POM, PC, Nylon, etc.
  • Why is CNC important?
    One reason for using CNC machining for production is efficiency. Since computers are used to control machines, it means that all major operations of production can be automated to increase speed and quality of manufacturing. … Another reason CNC machining is beneficial for manufacturing is its accuracy
  • What is CNC?
    Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is the automation of machine tools by means of computers executing pre-programmed sequences of machine control commands. This is in contrast to machines that are manually controlled by hand wheels or levers, or mechanically automated by cams alone
  • What can you make with laser engraving?
    Laser engraving is a very versatile technique that opens the door to so many opportunities and designs. The uses and application of this technology are seemingly endless. This computer-controlled machine works autonomously as soon as a design is specified. For manufacturing purposes, laser engravers are used to add serial numbers, logos, images and other customizations to parts
  • What are laser engraving materials?
    There are so many materials that can be engraved on. Some of the most popular materials are; stone, paper, glass, wood, leather and so on. It should be noted that not all materials should be engraved. If you're unsure if something can be laser engraved, just ask! We'll be happy to help
  • How does laser engraving work?
    A laser beam is focused on a point on the surface of the desired material. The amount of material that is melted and vaporized is predetermined via the controls on the laser engraver. The depth of the engraving is varied by the adjustment of beam intensity. At the end of the process, the change in the surface of the selected material is not just visible but can also felt
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