Tormach Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Tormach will be closed Monday, September 1, 2014 for the Labor Day Holiday.

Orders received after 1:00pm(CST) on Friday, August 29th (8-29-14) will not be processed until Tuesday, September 2nd (9-2-14).

CNC for Gunsmithing

CNC for Gunsmithing

Tormach PCNC Mills are an excellent tool for custom gunsmithing and are widely used by both professionals and hobbyists alike.

May the Force Be With You: Long Island Machine Shop Makes Replica Han Solo Blaster Kits
Experienced machinist Dave Chalker built a replica conversion kit for Han Solo’s DL-44 blaster gun with his PCNC 1100. Recently reviewed on Tested.com, Chalker says this was one of the "cooler projects" out of his New York based machine shop Dark Energy Creations.

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Game On! Small CNC Brings Laser Tag into the Light

Tom Baker of Lafayette, Indiana is using his PCNC 1100 to manufacture a laser tag system that works well in the sunlight at his company Steradian Tech. Originally using the PCNC 1100 to make prototypes, Baker now uses it in a production capacity to mill the bodies for the S7-X, a competition laser tag gun that is all done with 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum.

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Award-Winning Pistolsmith uses Tormach PCNC 1100 for Custom Gunsmithing

Scott Mulkerin manufactures a line of competition accessories for Smith & Wesson revolvers and 1911 semi-automatic pistols through his company SDM Fabricating  in Medina, Ohio. Purchasing a PCNC 1100 in 2007, Mulkerin uses his mill to automate labor intensive and repetitive machining operations.

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Strikemark Takes Aim at Product Development
John Saunders and Yanne Root, Tormach PCNC 1100 owners and co-founders of Strikemark, manufacturer of the lightning fast SM-1 auto-reset rifle target, have extended their range with a line of Picatinny rail mounts for the GoPro and Contour camera systems. Ideal for hunters, airsoft, military, law enforcement, and recreational shooters, Strikemark Mounts are used to record adventures and document training.

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From Firearms to Dental Devices: Bootstrap CNC Evolves into Viable Business
Houston, Texas native Kyle Hale purchased a PCNC 1100 to make lower receivers for AR-15’s. Learning machining and PCNC through trial-and-error Hale now manufactures adjustable articulators used in dental school for educational purposes.

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RapidFire Technology USA scales up with a Tormach PCNC 1100
Learn how competion shooter and gunsmith, Bud Scott used his PCNC 1100 to affordably streamlined his production and helped to turn a retirment hobby into a full-scale business.

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Machine Shop finds Niche with Tools and Accessories for Muzzle Loaders

At Cash Manufacturing, Scott Pobjoy of Waunakee, Wisconsin uses a PCNC 1100 to manufacture many of the over 100 parts and accessories that comprise a full catalog of supplies and accessories for firearms. This PCNC Owner Video features the PCNC 1100 milling hardened steel custom-made ratchet head screws that fit #11 nipples on rifles or shot guns.  

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