CNC Enthusiasts Use Their Machining Skills to Customize Apple Cards

September 20th, 2019

Apple is known for its pared-down design aesthetic, and the new Apple Card is no exception. The recently-launched credit card is a simple, white-coated piece of titanium, laser etched with a glimmering Apple logo and the customer’s name. It’s a perfect example of the brand’s signature minimalist industrial design. However, some users see the card… Read more »

Metal Engraving

Scribe vs. Script: The Difference Between Marking & Engraving Cutters

January 14th, 2019

It’s a bit misleading to say marking and engraving cutters are different, because marking cutters are a sub-class of engraving cutters. However, understanding the best applications for using marking cutters over other engravers is useful for efficiency, quality, and cost savings. Engravers are typically used to machine finishing details into the surface of a part,… Read more »

Wood Plate

If You Own a CNC Machine, Forget Holiday Shopping

November 17th, 2016

Holiday shopping is something that you either love to do or really dislike doing all together. For many of us, holiday shopping is stressful. It comes with a lot of pressure that we would prefer to avoid if possible. However, for those of us that own CNC machines, we can do our holiday shopping from… Read more »

Engrave to Perfection!

May 27th, 2015

When milling a material, sometimes you are looking to engrave on to it. However, due to some limitations, you might not be able to get as creative as you would like. You could just keep it as is but that would end up being very dissatisfying and leave you with the final result you don’t… Read more »