Our software package is actually a CAD/CAM solution, (Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing). The output from the design process is used to generate a special machine language, G-Code, that the router's control system understands. The G-Code uses Cartesian coordinates to tell the routers positioning motors where to move to and how fast to go. With very small ball nose milling bits, 1/8” and 1/16” inch, and very tight tolerances of less than .002”, (or 2 thousandths), very fine details can be cut. Even the ability to make individual hairs appear in 3D is possible. The 3kW router spindle spins at up to 24,000 rpm to cut away the base material to desired depth.