10/19/2018

Tormach Donates New CNC Mill to Support Education

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PCNC 440 CNC mill valued at $20,000 will be raffled off to local school and all proceeds will support the NRL.

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Tormach Inc. has donated a PCNC 440 CNC mill to support education and the next generation of manufacturers. The mill package, valued at $20,000, is being raffled off with all proceeds going to support the National Robotics League (NRL), the National Tooling and Machining Association’s (NTMA) job-driven, project-based STEM learning experience to close the skills gap and promote pathways to careers in manufacturing.

The PCNC 440 is a benchtop mill that features the precision and power of an industry-level mill. It features a cast-iron frame and table, dovetail ways, ballscrews and a 10,000-rpm R8 spindle. It measures 10" × 6.25" × 10", making it ideal for small spaces. It also features the company’s PathPilot control platform, featuring professional-level machine control with an intuitive operator interface. The machine being donated cuts materials ranging from plastic composites to titanium and comes with free lifetime technical support. If you would like to purchase a raffle tickets, go to this link. The drawing will take place October 24, 2018.

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