Another part of our automated system offerings is a Routing Machine.
What is this, you ask?
A computer numerical control (CNC) router is a computer-controlled cutting machine related to the hand-held router used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminium, steel, plastics, glass, and foams. … They can also cut mortises and tenons.
A CNC router is similar to a CNC mill. It comes with the ability to use computer numerical control to route tool paths that enable the machine to function. CNC routers reduce waste and increase productivity, producing various items in a much shorter amount of time than using other machines.
Our MicroMill machines are designed for 3D CNC milling of mild metals, plastics and wood by means of high-revolution spindles. Mechanical construction makes the machines suitable for shape machining of flat parts including parts with bigger dimensions. Utilising MicroMill‘s rugged frame, double-side driven gantry and linear guideline system, the machine proves its very good dynamic properties in various shaping jobs. The material can be fixed on the table with mechanical clamps, or conveniently locked into position on a MDF pad through a vacuum clamping system.