The capabilities of 3D printers are growing and engineers are now using the equipment to print food, houses and even human organs. In industry, both 3D printing and CNC (computer numerical control) machining allow manufacturers to rapidly produce complex, strong and lightweight parts but sometimes it can be difficult to know which technology is better suited for an application.
In a special article, Jonathan Wilkins from an obsolete industrial parts supplier, EU Automation, discusses the applications for CNC machining and additive manufacturing.
To read the full story: https://www.engineerlive.com/content/cnc-or-not-cnc
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