Video: The Top 5 Takeaways From Our CNC Machining Design Guide

Join Xometry Greg to learn our best design tips for making your CNC Machined parts more cost-effective, straight from our CNC Machining Design Guide.

By Serena Ngoh · July 29, 2019

There's a lot to keep track of when designing a part for CNC machining. This short video introduces you to Xometry's comprehensive CNC Design Guide and covers the top 5 takeaways you'll need to keep in mind when designing parts for CNC machining such as tolerances, lathe capabilities, surface finishes, fillets, and more. 

Download the design guide featured in this video at https://www.xometry.com/design-guide-cnc. To test these tips on your own designs, get an instant quote today.

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