Many skilled machinists have joined the hobbyists in setting up small DIY shops in their garages and home workshops. In most cases, the milling machine is the machine tool of choice over the lathe primarily because of its versatility. However, the term “milling machine” covers a lot of territory, so make sure you choose the
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CNC Masters is the premier source for CNC mills, milling machines, and CNC lathes. Our high-quality CNC products range from tabletop CNC milling machines to the classic Bridgeport-type vertical mill.
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Working with third-party machining centers can be incredibly expensive, especially if you are testing a CAD design or only making a few products. Instead, keep profit margins high and increase your ROI with your own CNC machine. Check out our video to learn more about how CNC Masters can help your business grow.
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We strive to provide innovative technologies to the CNC machining industry by offering elite products at competitive prices. Our CNC control and operating software is designed to be user-friendly. It’s easy to learn and program, regardless if used for production or prototyping. Our CNC mills can be used for metalworking and woodworking applications, as well as many other industrial machining needs.
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If you’re looking for a way to take your manufacturing business to the next level or keep trade secrets close, you’ve come to the right place.
We have a wide range of products that not only allow you to keep the entire manufacturing process in-house, but also help you save on space with a smaller footprint.
With our CNC milling machines and cutting tools, there’s no need to invest in more floor space for your business or hobby.
One way our products stand out from the rest on the market is the way our machines have integrated the best aspects of manual mills and lathes with CNC capabilities. With this design, many of our customers accustomed to manual controls find it easy to learn the ropes of CNC machines. We also offer CNC conversion kits for transition users. For the DIYer, we offer benchtop CNC milling machines like the CNC Jr.
Want to invest in a CNC lathe but are not sure if you can provide the space for one? Here at CNC Masters, you can find lathes with small footprints that can easily rival the performance of bigger ones on the market. Both our 1340 CNC Lathe and 1440 CNC Lathe also have the ability to seamlessly revert back to manual controls for ease of use.
All our CNC machines are backed by our expert support team that will readily provide you with guidance from setting up to troubleshooting any problems with the product.
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the ROI of a CNC MachineWorking with a third-party machine shop can be incredibly expensive, especially if you are testing a CAD design or only making a few products. Instead, keep profit margins high and increase your ROI with your own CNC machine. Check out our video to learn more about how CNC Masters can help your business grow.
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You might already know that CNC stands for computer numerical control. CNC machines refer to the various machine tools guided by computer controls and computer-aided manufacturing software (CAM) executing the manufacturing of products and parts designed using CAD software. However, you may not know that CNC machines have risen in importance over the last few
In the past, whenever machinists and machine operators talked about a Bridgeport mill, they were referring to a specific brand: The Bridgeport Milling Machine. However, the manual milling machines were so popular and iconic that the term “Bridgeport mill” was used to describe practically any vertical milling machine, no matter what brand it happened to
Metalworking lathes are machine tools that do turning operations to create cylindrical shapes, including spheres and cones. Lathe machines are an essential part of most machine shops since lathe work is usually an integral part of their operation. There are two basic types of lathe machines: the traditional engine lathe and the computer numerical control
Fabricators and machinists of a certain age remember when manual milling machines ruled the shop floor. These relatively versatile milling machines used end mills, face mills, and other types of milling cutters to perform various milling operations with the help of an x-axis table feed. A movable Z-axis quill instantly turned these knee-type mills into
If you’re old enough to remember a time when none of the names of the machines in your shop had “CNC” before them, you are likely familiar with the Bridgeport vertical milling machine. In its heyday, the versatile knee mill was in a class by itself, allowing the machinist to do milling, drilling, and various