CNC machining and other hybrid technology systems can simply be programmed to accommodate part geometry, ensuring the accuracy of every part produced. 

– John Cross, Micro

Computerized numerical control (CNC) machining (such as a CNC burn table) is a critical manufacturing process for fabricating medical device parts and components. These systems are able to perform multiple precise tooling processes at a reduced cost, so production is more efficient without sacrificing on part quality.

The process achieves a high degree of accuracy for a wide range of finished parts, as well as rapid prototyping. In particular, CNC machines have a distinct advantage for production of metal devices and parts that require thermal conductivity and high strength and resistance.

The use of a highly automated process like CNC machining reduces the need for human personnel overall, which drives efficiencies, saves money, and improves safety in manufacturing.