The CNC Router works in a similar way to the laser machine, but instead of cutting with a laser beam, a fast spinning cutting bit follows the vector file to cut through the material.
The router can cut through thicker and denser sheet materials than the laser machine and leaves a smooth, unburnt edge, which requires only a small amount of sanding or finishing.
As the cutting bit has more of a thickness than the laser beam, the amount of material lost in the cutting process is slightly more, so pieces need to be further apart than when laser cutting, we recommend at least 10mm. We also need at least 30mm around the edge of the material. Interior corners will also be left with a slight radius due to the round nature of the bit.
We program the files to ensure a good quality and accurate finish and set the blade to be on, outside or inside of the line depending on the design.