Discussion in 'CNC Machines' started by Toothman19, Feb 16, 2018.
Anyone work with one of their mills or this company before?
Looks similar to the Versamill from Korea.
I know they have an office in So Cal. From talking to them in Chcicago, I feel like their machine is best suited for dry milling, and EXCEPTIONALLY suited for model milling. THey invested a lot f time on the CAM for model milling. And if you look at the way they put the machine together, it would be great for a lab that want to provide models without getting into 3d printing. Fixed cases, ortho cases, removable...they have the spectrum covered. But, I wouldn't bank on hard materials, at least with the machines they have had at Lab Day.
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