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CNC Foam Cutting


Intricate parts, large pieces, and fast prototypes all from a single CAD drawing.




With our CNC foam cutting service, we can cut materials up to 5″ thick and parts up to 5ft x 10ft wide. Computer Numerical Control, or CNC foam cutting provides exact tolerances and advanced nesting capabilities. As a result, we’re wasting less material so we can pass the overall cost savings on to you. Whether you’re an engineer working on improving a design or an inventor with an idea, CNC foam cutting produces high quality, precise prototypes from a CAD drawing to sample in minutes. There’s no need for additional setup time or tooling processes so you save there too!


LAMATEK’s CNC foam cutting process accommodates thicker, flexible foams as well as thinner, solid rubber and plastics. CNC cutting allows us to easily convert materials that may otherwise be problematic for conventional die-cutting machines. Our computer controlled knife-cutting setup produces clean edges without the concavity found in pressed or stamped products. This is perfect for making parts where aesthetics are key!

The Benefits of CNC

Rapid Prototyping

With the tool and die process eliminated by CAD drawings, LAMATEK™ can provide custom prototypes in just minutes! It’s the economical, convenient way to finalize your part design (including revisions) in a flash!

Large Format Capability

Our CNC equipment cuts materials up to 5″ thick and virtually any shape up to 5 ft. x 10 ft. loaded from a single CAD file. We can die cut, kiss cut, score, punch out, perforate, notch and mark all on the same part.

Wide Material Range

From thick flexible foams to thin solid rubber and plastics, our CNC cutting service easily converts thicker materials up to 5 inches and some substrates that may be incompatible with traditional dies.

Superb Precision

The intuitive software and advanced technology ensures our parts are cut with tight tolerances and effective use of materials by nesting components to utilize space that would otherwise be wasted.

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