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32084 - PCNC 770 Series 3

32084 - PCNC 770 Series 3

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Oiler Options

PCNC 770 Oiler*

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31302 - Manual Oiler - Add $40.00

31373 - Automatic Oiler (120V) - Add $294.00

Machine Owner's Kit

PCNC 770 Owner's Kit*

Machine Owner's Kit includes current equipment manual and operational information.

31748 - PCNC 770 Owner's Kit

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32084 - PCNC 770 Series 3

PN: 32084

Shipping Weight: 800 lbs.

Stock: In Stock

3 Axis CNC mill. Does not include control computer.

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What are the dimensions/footprint of the PCNC Mills?
The PCNC 770 with the Deluxe Stand is roughly 61" x 45" x 73" - with the Full Enclosure it is 61" x 53" x 78". The PCNC 1100 with the Deluxe Stand is roughly 80" x 45" x 82" - with the Full Enclosure it is 80" x 54" x 87". Check our Document Library for PDF drawings of the machine dimensions.
Can the PCNC mills be taken apart to move in pieces?
This is certainly possible and quite a few people have done just that. All castings are pinned with precision ground dowel pins to allow disassembly and reassembly while preserving the alignment of components. Nevertheless, you do need to be careful to avoid damaging the precision surfaces. In particular, The PCNC 770 is designed for disassembly into 3 subcomponents. This not only makes lifting more manageable, but allows transport of the mill into smaller spaces, such as basement shops. For more information on the PCNC Moving Kit, visit our PCNC 770 webpage or related blog post.
Why is the PCNC rated for "short run production"?
The reason we mention short run production is that we want people to be realistic about the commercial application of a 1.5 hp mill. If you typically have to make 10,000 parts in a run then you probably need a different machine. The reference to short run production does not imply any limitation in durability or duty cycle. The PCNC mills can be run continuously, 24 hours a day. We know of complex mold making or engraving tasks where our customers are running 16 hour programs. That being said, a PCNC mill can be fitted with several options to boost productivity. These include a pneumatically actuated power draw bar and a 10 position automatic tool changer (ATC).
Are the PCNC mills suitable for commercial work?
Absolutely. Most machines are used in small shops for prototyping and specialty produciton. Quite a few are running continuously in multiple shift operations. The mills get their hardest workout when used as part of a dedicated work cell in a production environment. In this capacity, Tormach machines have been used as dedicated mill/drill machines, plunge EDM electrode mills, or even portable secondary operation stations. System integrators have even used our mills as a custom motion platform for some very unique applications. For examples of Tormach customers using their PCNCs for commercial work, visit our Customer Showcase webpage.
What motion control is used on Tormach PCNC Mills?
Tormach Mills and Lathes alike run on PathPilot - The Next Generation of Tormach Motion Control.
How loud are Tormach PCNC Mills?
There has never been an official decibel reading done on the machines because the sound level we hear may not be the sound level you hear. There are too many factors that determine sound: use of enclosure, material being cut, speeds, feeds, depths of cut, size of room, etc.
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