Protolabs Q&A: CNC Big Block
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In this episode we answer your questions on CNC big block with David Ewing, EMEA Product Manager - CNC Machining at Protolabs. See below for a list of questions answered in this session:
- What is meant when you refer to the term "Big Block"?
- What materials are open to Big Block?
- What kind of tolerances can be achieved with the Big Block capabilities?
- What is the minimum quantity I can have if I choose CNC?
- What kind of materials are used in CNC & what should I consider when selecting for my machined parts?
- I'm looking to have a logo put on to my part, is this worth doing?
- What is the minimum wall thickness on a machined part?
- On the topic of undercuts, what kind of clearance would you recommend?
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