CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, a technology used in manufacturing many components and products.
Commonly used materials include metals such as aluminum, steel, brass, and titanium; plastics such as nylon, polycarbonate, and acrylic; wood; composites; and ceramics. All these materials have properties making them suitable for different applications.
For example, metals are often used for superior strength and durability, while plastics are usually preferred for lightweight parts requiring flexibility or transparency. CNC machines also allow for machining complex shapes from almost any material with precision and accuracy.