Really, it’s just “fabrication.” Saying “digital fabrication” is like saying “digital imaging” in that these fields usually involve digital tools. Let’s just call it fabrication, and imaging. In cases where there are no digital tools involved, artists and designers are likely to call attention, if relevant, to some particular manual process.
That said, I am in deep study of all manner of techniques related to fabrication. This involves both machine-assisted and manual methods. The endgame is self-sufficiency, being able to make what I make in-house… enough to get the job done.