3D Printing vs. CNC Cutting: Which Type of Manufacturing is Right for Your Product?

Cnc manufacturing can be broken down into many categories with the two main types being: additive and subtractive. Additive manufacturing is the process of constructing a component from a 3D model data by adding layer upon layer of material and either fusing, binding or solidifying those layers together create the finished product (also known as 3D printing). Subtractive manufacturing, on the other hand, is the process of removing layers of material from a solid block, pipe or rod to produce an object either from 3-D model data, 2-D CAD data or G-Code.

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