CNC Routing

Computer Numerical Control

CNC Routing

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) routing allows cutting two-dimensional parts or sculpting three-dimensional parts from plates or blocks of materials such as wood, acrylic, MDF or nylon with high precision. The characteristics of the materials we use are described below.


acrilico-cnc Acrylic or PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) is a colorless, lightweight and durable polymer, resistant to ultraviolet light and heat. Acrylic is also biocompatible, making it safe for regular human contact.


MDF CNC MDF/HDF (Medium/Hihg-density fiberboard ) is made by breaking down wood residuals into wood fiber, combining it with wax and a resin binder to form a panel. It's primary use is for indoor applications, do to its high absorption rates which causes it to deform and damage quickly once it absorbs moisture.


Nylon CNC Nylon is a versatile and widely used material in CNC machining due to Its high tensile strength, low coefficient of friction, resistance to wear and abrasion, low moisture absorption and good dimensional stability which make it an excellent choice for applications requiring durability and reliability with consistent performance even in humid or varying temperature conditions.


HDPE CNC HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) is a thermoplastic commonly used as a replacement for wood in marine applications. Multi color HDPE sheets are used as a long lasting option to create professional indoor and outdoor signage as it is easily cleaned, scratch resistant, and graffiti resistant.


Wood CNC A CNC also allows to carve three-dimensional models using blocks of hard or soft woods such as pine, cedar, tzalam or zapote.


Plywoo CNC Plywood consists of layers of wood veneer with resin adhesive between them. The wood grain is placed at a 90 degrees angle to one another improving dimensional stability and properties