Computer Numerical Control (CNC) routing for metals is a sophisticated process that involves using computer-controlled cutting tools to carve, cut, and shape metal with extreme precision. This technology is ideal for creating detailed and intricate designs in metal, which are often required in the restoration of historic artifacts or the creation of complex sculptures.
This finishing technique involves applying a free-flowing, dry powder onto metal, which is then cured under heat to form a skin-like protective and decorative coating. Powder coating is noted for its superior durability and resistance to chipping, fading, and wearing compared to traditional paint.

Durability: Powder coating provides a more durable finish than most other painting methods, which is ideal for both outdoor sculptures and metal parts exposed to the elements in restoration projects.

Aesthetic Flexibility: Available in a wide range of colors and finishes, powder coating can be tailored to match the original appearance of historical pieces or to suit the artistic vision of a sculpture.

Environmental Impact: Powder coatings emit zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs), making them a more environmentally friendly option than liquid paints.


Restoration: Powder coating is used in the restoration process to not only restore but also protect historical and architectural metal works. Its ability to resist environmental damage makes it an excellent choice for preserving the integrity and appearance of metal components.

Sculpture: Artists choose powder coating for its vibrant finishes and robust protection, ensuring that their sculptures withstand the test of time and maintain their color integrity under various environmental conditions.

Request a quote

We’re ready to provide you a stellar customer experience and exceed your expectations.