CAM systems traduce design information from CAD systems in to different manufacturing routines in order to produce NC code for CNC machinery. The output from the CAM software is usually a simple text file of G and M code, usually containing thousand of lines of code. Later this code is transferred to a machine tool using a direct numerical control (DNC) program. This translation process becomes extremely important in developing a digital design and fabrication approach. Consequently the aim in this research is, to investigate CAD-CAM workflow, to analyze final product deviation from design intent, and to determine where in the workflow, and how design strategies and design decisions correlates to manufacturing results.