Enabling Your Ideas with Affordable Personal CNC (PCNC)
PCNC Mills: Personal CNC Milling Machine
Tormach PCNC mills represent a new approach in small and bench top CNC milling machines, providing unprecedented value and versatility to machinists, engineers, inventors, makers, and hobbyists.
Versatility You Need
PCNC mills are excellent choices for prototyping, education, home shops, small-run production, custom manufacturing, and light industrial jobs. Cut any material you want: steel, stainless, aluminum, plastic, titanium, iron – our mills have the horsepower, accuracy, and rigidity needed to get results.
Each PCNC can be customized with a suite of options and accessories to expand its utility. Our commitment to modular design principles means the latest accessories can be fit to any mill, regardless of purchase date so your mill can grow with your interests and expand with your business.
Reliability You Can Count On
With rigid cast iron construction, precision scraped sliding surfaces, proven mechatronics, and robust electronics, PCNC mills are engineered from the ground up to provide years of service and affordable ownership.
Ask any Tormach owner: our support is second-to-none, both before and after delivery. Each PCNC mill undergoes a comprehensive 30 point factory inspection prior to shipment, and our experienced technical support staff is available to assist with your questions and keep your mill making chips in the months and years after that.
Our customers purchase with confidence knowing they've chosen the best value in small CNC. Once you've taken a look at us, we're sure that you'll agree, too.
Recent Success Story
New Zealander Edward Scott used his PCNC 1100 to prove his new packaging design would be viable in full-scale production. Read more about how he took is idea from concept to design and look for the "crush cup" the next time you're in the dairy section of the grocery store.
Frankie Flood is an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus and teaches in the Jewelry and Metalsmithing area within the Peck School of the Arts. He is the founder of the Digital Crafts Research Lab, where students are exposed to "making," and use a Tormach PCNC 1100 inside the classroom.