CNC machining is going to play a pretty big role in both medical and biotech manufacturing going forward. CNC machining was actually originally introduced to oversee the manufacturing of airplane parts after World War 2. Now, it is used to mass produce various different parts and items that are very precise. CNC machines help to make so many different items in the medical field such as surgical equipment, electronic medical devices as well as nanotechnology and micromachining that goes inside those devices.
- CNC machines offer a much higher level of precision as well as a much larger volume of output.
- CNC can help create very details and accurate 3D shapes with the use of CAD and CAM technology.
- The CNC machine was actually originally used to oversee the manufacturing of airplane parts after World War 2.
“CNC machining, unlike conventional machining methods, stands apart in its ability to create incredibly detailed and accurate three-dimensional shapes.”