What is CNC Halftone Art?

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What is CNC Halftone Art?

  A printing technique most commonly used with newspapers - those tiny dots you see when you look up close on a printed image. Merriam's definition: An image printed by a method that creates many small dots. We've taken this old printing technique and involved a little bit of CNC technology. This relatively new CNC halftone effect creates wonderful works of art with any image, design or logo. We are currently working on a user friendly, built-in image uploader to help in previewing and pricing your work of art. Any size, image or design, ship anywhere in the world. 

 

 

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What is "CNC"?

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What is "CNC"?

As some of you visit our site and read through the various posts and products you might ask yourself what "CNC" means. "Computer Numerical Control" is a method of controlling machines by the application of digital electronics. In modern CNC systems, a computer file is created through a CAD design (logo design, pattern, image), that is then interpreted to extract the commands needed to operate a particular machine. Think of your brain as the CAD program, where your thoughts and designs are created, and your nervous system as the "CNC", or the coding; which then sends signals to the machine, providing precise commands. Our new portable machine works on this technology, providing fast, controlled and precise logos, designs, patterns, and so much more!

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Welcome, thank you!

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Welcome, thank you!

First off I would like to thank those who have helped us through these last 2 months in providing ideas, direction, suggestions, and support. "No man is an island"; this is especially true when one opens a business - no one thrives when isolated! With that, I want to extend my sincere appreciation for those who have believed and contributed to the beginning of something great! So follow us, as our unshaped dreams and "CNCpts" take shape and transform into reality! 

 

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