CNC machining (Computer Numerical Control) is the reverse process of 3D printing. While 3D printing adds material at each pass, machining removes material from a block of raw material to achieve the desired shape. Machining can be done digitally using computer-assisted control or conventionally through mechanical control executed by an operator. Multifab has a complete machining workshop capable of processing both metal and plastic.
CNC machining relies on digital precision to carve parts with exceptional accuracy. CNC machines are programmed to follow specific instructions, allowing for the creation of parts with very tight tolerances. This technology is particularly suitable for producing complex, customized, or mass-produced parts, ensuring high quality and uniformity. CNC machining is an ideal solution for a variety of industrial applications, from aerospace to automotive, and for manufacturing custom parts for various industries.