CNC for Cars, Hotrods and Motorcycles

CNC for Cars, Hotrods and Motorcycles

Tormach PCNC Mills are widely used in auto applications including aftermarket parts, motorsports, and antique restoration.

CNC on Cruise Control
Tormach PCNC 1100 owner and motorcycle enthusiast Brian Carmichael manufactures OMNI-CRUISE, a universal throttle lock/cruise control that he designed to enhance the riding experience for motorcycle enthusiasts around the world.

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Using a Custom Dovetail Fixture to Mill a Motorcycle Spark Arrestor
Washington-based professional machinist Kevin Bethards has a PCNC 770 in his home-based workspace. Using a custom dovetail fixture for his 4th Axis, Bethards milled a spark arrestor for a YZ250F motorcycle.

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Motorcycle Gear: Custom License Plate Bracket
Washington-based Mechanical Engineer Max Jensen used his PCNC 1100 to make a custom license plate bracket for a Suzuki GSXR600 motorcycle. A hobby machinist, Jensen’s next project is a fly fishing reel.

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Making of a Maker: Kent Myers on PCNC
California-based Kent Myers uses his PCNC 1100 to make projects with wood and metal, documenting the creations on his blog KentMyers.net. Some of his recent projects include a driving simulator, replacement components for his personal vehicles, and a teleprompter/camera rail system.

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Quick Turnaround at Tundra Racing
Tom Watts, Owner and Founder of TundraRacing.com uses his PCNC 1100 prototype aftermarket rear disc brake conversion kit for Toyota trucks.

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Tormach on the Track
Learn how Adam Silver, vintage race car enthusiast and PCNC 1100 owner, uses his Tormach PCNC to make parts and over come the challenges of creating vintage racing parts.

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Sturgis Show Bikes Begin in the Garage
Scott Phillips grew up around a machine shop. His dad tried to get him involved in fabrication, but to no avail. It wasn’t until years later that Phillips fell into machining as a career, and then he really took to …

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Shifting a Hobby into High Gear
Tormach Developer and Technical Support Specialist Rory DesJardin was a three-year Tormach customer before he moved to Wisconsin from Washington State. Still operating RADesign Products as a side business, DesJardin uses his PCNC 1100 to make shifters and shifter controllers for Jeep and Toyota automatic transmissions and Toyota transfer cases.

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PCNC in the Performance Racing Industry: Weekend Racer Turned Fabricator

Vesa Silegren of Chattanooga, Tennessee is a performance-racing enthusiast and owner of SV Technologies. Silegren uses his PCNC 1100 to manufacture helmet hooks, steering wheel hooks, mirror brackets, and performance parts for carburetors and exhaust systems. Also made entirely on the PCNC 1100 is the FloCool line, Vesa’s patented design for oversized spin-on adapters for cooling engine oil.

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Using CNC to build High Performance RC Models
Tormach owner Ilo Floyd uses his PCNC 1100 to bulid high performance RC frames and drivetrains.

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