eBook: CNC Metal Finishes

We've compiled crisp visual examples of the 15 most common finishes we offer at Xometry for CNC machined parts. Download your copy to understand the colors, coating thicknesses, material properties, and application conformance of each surface finish or treatment.

By Serena Ngoh · November 26, 2019

In this ebook, you'll find crisp visual examples of the 15 most common finishes Xometry offers for CNC machined parts. Download your copy to see and understand the colors, coating thicknesses, the material properties, and application conformance of each surface finish or treatment.

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eBook: CNC Metal Finishes

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Xometry is your one-stop shop for manufacturing on demand. Xometry works with 32% of Fortune 100 companies, offering 24/7 access to instant pricing, expected lead times and manufacturability feedback. Xometry’s nationwide network of 4,000+ partner manufacturing facilities guarantees consistently fast lead times across a broad array of capabilities, including CNC Machining, 3D Printing, Sheet Metal, Metal Stamping, Die Casting, Extrusion, Urethane Casting, and Injection Molding.

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