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Archive for the ‘PCNC 770’ Category


University of Wisconsin – Platteville: PCNC 770s in the Classroom

January 8th, 2015 by Geoffrey Gould 

  In early 2014, the University of Wisconsin – Platteville purchased four PCNC 770s which are featured in our most recent Customer Success Story video series. Instructors in the school’s Industrial Studies department kindly opened their doors to allow us to see how the university utilizes their Tormach mills, and incorporates ... More


Options for Tormach PCNC Mill Enclosures

August 26th, 2014 by Greg Jackson 

Mill Enclosure Options We've recently released the DIY Frame Kit as another option for coolant and chip control on your PCNC mill. With this in mind it seems a good time to review the relevant considerations as you ponder what the best solution would be for your shop. Chip Guard and Backsplash: ... More


Another Tormach sighting on Kickstarter: DIWire

November 22nd, 2013 by Andrew Grevstad 

Tormach products keep popping up in cool Kickstarter videos! Take a look at DIWire, a cool Kickstarter from  Pensa Labs, owners of a Tormach PCNC 770.  Its a CNC wire bender with integrated design software that lets you bend wire and small tubing in a variety of materials up from .040"-0.125" ... More


Tormach Staff Recommendations: Stop-Loc Setup Tool

January 10th, 2013 by Andrew Grevstad 

Here's a great little device to speed up setup tasks in the shop: the Stop-Loc Setup Tool.    Tormach Tech Advisor Rory has two of these in his own shop and, in his own words,  "I use them all the time, man!" Obviously, the Stop-Loc isn't a replacement for a precision ... More


Fab Lab Skill Builder: Swing Indicating, Part 1

August 23rd, 2012 by Andrew Grevstad 

  Swing Indicating may be "old hat" to more than a few readers of this blog, but we find in our CNC Fundamentals Workshops that many new and self-taught machinists have never used the technique before.  Here's a brief Fab Lab tutorial on how to indicate the center of a hole.   The ... More

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