What Is CNC Fabrication?
CNC Fabrication is the creation of products using machines that are controlled by computers. The most well known example of this is 3D printers, but there are machines that can do all kinds of things. Like carve metal and wood, pick and place parts, and operate laser cutters. The picture above is a building model made up of 3D printed parts. The sky is truly the limit with this manufacturing method.
Where Do I Fit In?
I currently offer 3D printing services through 3D Hubs. I can print in just about any FDM/FFF material. Things that can be printed are usually only limited by your imagination. Mechanical parts, costume pieces, replacement parts, decorative objects, tabletop models, and character figurines just to name a few. Additionally I can 3D model mechanical parts from sketches.
If you are outside of Ontario, shipping might become a prohibitive cost for ordering something from me. But, there are many others like me on 3D Hubs who can help you make your models a reality.
Click on the link below for my 3D Hubs page. Alternatively, it is possible to make inquiries and get quotes from me directly. This can save you money on more specialized projects. If you don't see the material you want on 3D Hubs, just ask. I can source most materials. To email me directly, use the contact form available through the menu at the top of the page.
Currently I am working with an electrical engineering friend of mine who is helping me design and build a 4' x 4' CNC router for carving wood, acrylic, and aluminum. The design is complete and parts are being acquired as funds become available.
Additionally I am working towards acquiring a CR-10 FDM printer capable of 3D printing large objects. I am also picking up an Anycubic Photon DLP printer capable of printing very small objects at fine detail.