CNC is a computer controlled fabrication technique and about 30 years older than 3D printing. Fast, accurate, and versatile, it belongs in the advanced maker's toolkit.
3D printers and CNC mills both use G-code, but have you ever wondered what the difference is? Dip your toes into the world of G-code and explore the differences between 3D printing and CNC milling.
You've probably heard of CNC, but did you know that it's not only for milling? Laser engravers, 3D printers, and standard household paper printers all use CNC methods.
The California-based company 3D Hybrid Solutions is offering three metal 3D printing tools for CNC machines, including Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM), Laser Metal Deposition (LMD), and Cold Spray toolheads.
New Kickstarter Goliath claims to "turn BIG ideas into tangible items". The autonomous CNC milling robot could potentially tackle huge jobs.
Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories, an Italian company, have developed the CNC hair system which works essentially as a non-invasive hair transplant.