Special design makes them last longer and easy to maintain
Made for production routing of plastic, wood, aluminum, composites, and other materials, the machines in this new line offer low maintenance and long life through ball screws on all three axes, and have closed-loop servo motors and drives. They come with Techno's own Windows-based PC interface compatible with any CAD/CAM G-Code outputting system. The interface includes a built-in G-Code editor and toolpath preview, production logging and reporting, infinite look-ahead and continuous motion, and free lifetime updates on the Internet. The routers come in five sizes ranging from 11 x 13 to 41 x 49 inches. Accessories include vacuum table hold-down, tool-change spindles, 2D, 3D and laser scanning options.
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