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PCNC 1100

PCNC 1100

The PCNC 1100 personal CNC mills are our best selling small CNC milling machines and a proven performer for prototyping, short run production, education, and hobby CNC milling. Thoughtful design and engineering makes the Tomach personal CNC mill an unrivaled combination of performance and affordability in its class, with the precision to do real work and power to cut the toughest materials – stainless, titanium, even pre-hardened tool steel.
PCNC 770

PCNC 770

The PCNC 770 is designed from the ground up for maximum versatility in a small CNC mill. Its designed for the materials you cut the most: aluminum, light metals, and plastic, but with enough horsepower to tackle the harder stuff when needed. With a space-saving footprint, exclusive knock- down design, and basic household 115VAC power requirement, the PCNC 770 is the most versatile small mill available today and a perfect fit, no matter what size your shop is.
15L Slant-PRO CNC Lathe

15L Slant-PRO CNC Lathe

The Tormach 15L Slant-PRO™ is a compact slant bed CNC Lathe designed for prototyping and specialty manufacturing of turned parts. The 15L Slant-PRO is loaded with features and options, including standard conversational control, rigid tapping, and configurable tooling and work holding.
Tormach Tooling System

Tormach Tooling System

The secret to TTS toolholders is their unique dual-contact geometry. Learn how it can work for you.
Cutting Tools

Cutting Tools

Cutting Tools: Quality Carbide and HSS cutting tools.

PSG 612 Surface Grinder

PSG 612 Surface Grinder

The Tormach PSG 612 personal surface grinder is a new concept for the small metal shop. This compact 2-axis automatic grinder utilizes a simple and intuitive operator interface with 4 selectable pattern modes to help automate repetitive grinding tasks without taking up precious shop space.

Workholding

Workholding

Vises, Jaws, Vacuum Tables, and more, Tormach offers an entire system of affordable and interchangeable components for mills of any size, including PCNCs, Bridgeports, and Benchtop Mills.
Milling Accessories

Milling Accessories

Accessories to expand the utility of your mill – Dedicated CNC controllers and companion high speed spindles, as well as Tormach exclusive accessories like CNC Scanner™ and the Tormach Speeder.
Software & Workstations

Software & Workstations

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Rotary and 4th Axis

Rotary and 4th Axis

4th axis kits, Motorized Rotary Tables, Chucks, and Accessories for use with our PCNC Mills and other small Machine Tools.
Maintenance / Replacement

Maintenance / Replacement

Everything you need to keep your PCNC in top shape – Coolant, way oil, draw bars and other consumables, as well as replacement drives, axis motors, and spindle components.
Upgrades

Upgrades

Own an older PCNC? No problem – with Tormach’s modular system approach to machine design, even the oldest machines can be upgraded to our latest product specifications. Upgrade your mill with a sensorless vector digital spindle drive, power draw bar, Automatic Tool Changer (ATC), and more.

Modular Design is one of the principle features of our PCNC Mills.  We recognize and respect the sizable investment you made when you purchased your PCNC, and are committed to providing upgrade kits so your mill can be brought up to the same performance specifications of our current product line.  Click on any of the links below to see what upgrades are available for your mill, based on its model and serial number.

CNC Books and Manuals

CNC Books and Manuals

A selection of handy and respected reference books for machining and programming, chosen by Tormach technical staff, as well as replacement printed copies of Tormach product manuals.

Tormach Workshops

Tormach Workshops

Check our upcoming dates for our hands-on Personal CNC Workshops at our Tormach Training Center.
Tormach Gear

Tormach Gear

Official Tormach Branded Merchandise

Gear for the Workshop Lifestyle

When Henry David Thoreau wrote: “Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes” back in 1854, he was not suggesting ways to save money on your wardrobe. Instead, this is a tacit observation that our clothing is a manifestation of who we are, and implies that we should be true to ourselves. In the modern world, we call it lifestyle choice.

The clothing here is often associated with machinists, engineers, shop workers, designers, inventors, and others who know how to get things done. Our customers are rarely boisterous or flamboyant, and neither are the selections we offer. One thing that is true: it remains a relatively small club that knows how to take a raw chunk of metal, wood, or plastic and transform it into a precision part of great utility. The way we see it, wearing that little Tormach logo is not so much a statement of support for a company, but rather a subtle notification that you’re in that club of makers and doers, one of those people who knows how to get things done.