Acrylic | Paper | Cloth | Solid Wood | Plywood | Plastic* | Laminates* | Glass | Foils
*No PVC products (polyvinyl chloride) | No ABS products |
The CNC router requires materials that are able to be held in a stable position. The amount of torque that can be placed on a material while cutting can easily destabilize a material, causing it to fly off the bed. Due to this risk every situation is unique and requires discussion before a project can move forward. Below is a sample list of materials that are able to go on the CNC bed.
Solid Wood | Plywood | Acrylic | Insulation Foam | Laminates | Non-ferrous metal
Materials for 3D printing are always relative to the type of machine which an individual engages with. From metal to skin cells, 3D printers continue to expand their material palette to accommodate for a variety of structural and tactile needs. Our two types of 3D printers can print in:
White Powder | ABS Plastic | PLA Plastic