PathPilot is the next generation control platform for Tormach CNC products, featuring professional-level machine control with an intuitive operator interface.
This machine includes a 1 year commercial subscription to Autodesk Fusion 360™ Learn more at tormach.com/autodesk
|x||Cast Iron Frame and Table|
|x||10,000 RPM R8 Spindle|
|x||10” x 6.25” x 10” Work Envelope|
|x||Deluxe Cabinet Stand|
|x||Automatic Tool Changer|
The PCNC 440 has a footprint of 40” x 32” x 42” (X x Y x Z) – this is not including the stand (full enclosure does not change the footprint).
It can cut aluminum, steel, titanium, as well as plastics, composites, wood, and PCB boards. Anything our other mills can cut.
Many accessories that are available for our two larger mills (PCNC 1100 & PCNC 770) are compatible with the PCNC 440, as well. Like our other mills, the PCNC 440 utilizes our TTS tooling system. Some exclusions are the larger vises, high speed spindle attachments, injection molder, current 4th axis tables, tool setter, load meter, automatic oiler, and active/digital probes (probes may be available in the future).
The PCNC 440 is controlled by PathPilot™, Tormach’s control system, used on every PCNC mill. PathPilot™ easily interfaces with most popular CAD/CAM systems but includes onboard conversational programming that can create CNC programs at the machine without the need for a CAD/CAM system.
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To purchase a custom package, use the PCNC 440 "Build Your Own" Package. This package can be modified to meet your specific needs. Items can be added and subtracted from the package, as you see fit.
We are currently beta testing the PCNC 440 Power Drawbar. Pending positive outcome, it should be available for purchase in January 2017. If you would like to be notified with updates subscribe to our newsletter.
We are currently designing the beta test of the PCNC 440 Automatic Tool Changer, which should begin January 2017. If you would like to participate as a beta tester, please contact us, and we will review your request.
We are currently developing the PCNC 440 4th Axis but it is too preliminary to estimate an expected availability date. For additional updates, subscribe to our newsletter.
Please provide all contact information to be considered for the 440 ATC beta program.×