CNC routing service
For artists, engineers, architects and business looking to create high quality fabrications.
What makes our CNC routing service special
Get expert help
No experience necessary. We will guide you on the best way to accomplish your project that fits your budget and timeline.
High quality parts
We know you have high quality standards, and so do we. Our CNC routers can carve materials with precision and ease.
We know how tough deadlines can be. Let us know and we'll do our best to get your project done in no time.
List of materials our CNC router can carve
High density urethane (foam boards)
High pressure laminate
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)
... and many more!
Applications for CNC routing
Here are some of the projects that our client use our CNC routing service for:
Architectural & interior design
Decorative wall panels
How our CNC routing process works
Send us your CAD file
Please send us an .STP, or a vector file format of your design. If you only have an image or reference, we also offer 3D modeling service for CNC routing.
Choose a material
Select the material that you need for your project.
Start CNC routing
Once approved and paid, we'll start the process and we'll keep you updated.
Get it delivered
We'll ship anywhere or you can pick it up at one of our locations near you.
How much does CNC routing cost?
CNC routing services cost anywhere between $300 up to $3000, or even more. The price depends on the type of material used, complexity and scale of the project.
How long does CNC routing take?
On average, it can take 4 - 8 hours or even days to complete a CNC routing project. Similar to the cost, the time it takes to CNC route depends on the type of material that we're carving, the complexity and size of your project.
How do I create a CAD file for CNC routing?
For 3D carving, you can use software programs such as SolidWorks or Fusion 360 and export the file as .STP. For 2D artwork, where all you need is a cutout, we suggest using Adobe Illustrator.
What does CNC router mean?
The CNC in CNC router stands for "Computer Numerical Control". A CNC router is part of the CNC machining family and it's mostly used for cutting or carving non-metallic material such as wood, plastics, foam, cardboard, etc.