Our first website dedicated to manufacturing information was 3DSourced, founded in 2017 to become the most informative 3D printing web source in the world.
Fast forward to 2020 and we’ve launched CNCSourced, widening our focus to CNC and other methods in our goal to inform our readers about how everything works, and how everything is made.
CNCSourced: Our Values – TIPE
We work to create based on our four overriding values – T.I.P.E.
We take care to present information without bias, and we turn down business if we feel we could not genuinely recommend the product. Therefore, if we ever promote or recommend a product, it is because we truly believe in the company, the product, and the technology. What is the value of work without integrity?
We do include affiliate links for some machines we recommend, and are an Amazon Associate among other programs, but only recommend products we feel are of high quality.
We aim to showcase some of the most exciting, inspirational and extraordinary developments in CNC and manufacturing, aiming to further people’s interest in this technology. We want to inspire curiosity in how things are made, and make CNC more accessible than ever before through easily understandable information.
We focus only on publishing the highest quality content possible — that is what our brand is built on. We always try to go above and beyond with our research, and never cut corners in our content writing process. We would be doing a disservice to ourselves, as well as our readers, if we ever published anything that wasn’t our absolute best.
At CNCSourced, our purpose is to educate people on the current state and future of CNC technologies. We take care to provide bias-free and accurate information to provide the maximum education to our readers. If you leave our website without any additional insights, we have failed in our mission.
Bringing CNC Info To The Masses
We aim to become the premier resource for all aspects of CNC information, across varying machines, technologies, types and materials.
We believe the technology will continue to become more and more accessible to everyday hobbyists as well as small manufacturing businesses and pro-sumers, and champion the democratization of CNC and related methods of manufacturing.