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Hongtai Technology Park,Nanmen,Qiaoli,Changping,Dongguan city,Guangdong,China
Comments From Customers
01. Much appreciate for your great support in the past 6 years,Your quality,delivery and sense of communication are impressive
---From Chris Inducto Australia
02. The quality of the parts are impressive
---From Freddy Sandvik Sweden
03. I will look into new projects for you,you're always supportive and reliable
---From Jens Danfoss Denmark
Looking Into The Near Future of CNC
Just a few years ago, 3D printing was nothing more than an afterthought for many individuals. Now, it appears as if it could completely replace what we’ve come to know as traditional manufacturing methods. Known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing builds layers of materials to create objects. 3D printers are currently available on the market, and many are very reasonably priced and are being used by individuals in their homes for what is essentially personal manufacturing.
As for CNC technology, CNC machines have already begun to drop in price and are becoming more readily available to the public. Expect to see a continued decrease in the price of these machines. Plus, they’ve become easier to use, and you don’t have to be a math whiz or have manufacturing experience to both assemble and utilize a CNC mill, lathe, or plasma cutter. The main difference between CNC machines and 3D printers is that CNC tools take away – or subtract – materials for large pieces to create an object, whereas 3D printers add materials.