The MicroCNC range isdesigned as an affordable way to teach CNC machining processes, allowing academic institutions to buy multiple machines, and give more hands on time for students to learn about the key principles and skills associated with CNC Machining. This is often seen as a stepping stone before students progress to industrial machines.
Whilst these machines are low power and voltage machines, they work just like the industrial versions, and are compatible with the same industrial CAD packages, for example Solidworks, Autodesk, etc. the machines are programmed in the same way as industrial equivalents. The vlog below explains the process of taking a CAD file through to manufacturing a finished product.
If you would like to find out more about the MicroCNC range, visit the website or check out one of these vlogs:
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