Subtractive and Additive Technologies
CNC subtractive technology puts high-precision computerised tools in the hands of fine craftspeople while 3D printing additive technologies bring designs that could not be better forged otherwise to life.
3 and 5 Axis CNC milling
Wood, metals and plastic can be precisely cut by not only 3 axis machines capable of milling standard shapes but by 5-axis machines that mill complex processes more quickly, are capable of intricate work, and can achieve smooth 3 dimensional curvatures.
We use 3D printers for prototyping new parts and manufacturing non-standard parts that enable some of our unique engineered solutions.