PCNC 770 Power Draw Bar, and Other New Products

by: Andrew Grevstad

We’ve added several new products this month to the e-Store, all in response to customer requests.  So keep letting us know what you want for small milling needs, and we’ll do our best to make it available.

PCNC 770 Power Draw Bar.  We’ve ported our PCNC 1100 design to the PCNC 770.  Now available (actually, since late December)

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Buy it here

T-Slot Clamp Kit.  These are handy for clamping thin stock directly to the mill table.  A nice compliment to some of our other recent additions, T-Slot Locating Pins and Work Stops

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Buy it here

5″ Vise Jaws are back in stock.  By request, we’ve also added an additional set that now includes the Pin Jaw

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Buy it here

 

Finally – Announcing the Tormach Outlet

Throughout the year, we end up with a small collection of inventory – useable products with minor (and occasionally not-so-minor) imperfections that don’t allow us to sell at full retail.  However, if we know one thing about our customers, its this:  they are handy and like to fix things.  So with that in mind – I’d like to introduce a new corner of the Tormach e-Store:  The OUTLET.  It will have factory seconds, discontinued products, and maybe even an occasional PCNC Floor Model for sale.  We’ll be adding things to the outlet as we get them, so remember to stop back every so often to check out what we’re closing out.

So what’s on the OUTLET right now:  Stop by and Check it out here

 

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Andrew Grevstad

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With over ten years of professional experience in advanced manufacturing systems, digital design tools, and applied software, Andy Grevstad has worked in product development and technical support for Tormach since 2008. Grevstad has received engineering degrees from Michigan Technological University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a regular contributor to Digital Machinist magazine and also blogs weekly about CNC milling and related topics on the Tormach blog, Milling Around.

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