RaptorX-SL – Series
RaptorX-SL – Series
Save 1500 Euro – Up to the end of June 2021 (CAD/CAM) Software ConstruCAM-3D ECO version with postprocessor for KinetiC-NC, WinPCNC und Mach3
+ ESTLCAM full version* included in the purchase price of the CNC milling machine (*except model High-Z S-400)
The milling machine is often mentioned in connection with the abbreviation CNC. A CNC milling machine designates a computerised machine tool, lifting off material by rotating around a workpiece, and thereby giving it a predetermined shape.
Often small and large milling machines are used in the industrial sector. Due to the large variety of interchangeable tools, the CNC milling machine is to be found, increasingly, in the hobby sector.
In terms of types of milling machines these differs by 3 points:
In the field of CNC mills, the most common one is probably the portal milling machine.
Possible applications are:
Increasingly popular are also applications in the field of 3D. So-called DIN/ISO G-codes are sent to the machining centre using appropriate 3D CAD / CAM software. Due to the design of a portal milling machine, it is possible to use up to 6 axes: A, B, C and X, Y and Z, the A-, B- and C-axis represents a rotation around the axes X, Y and Z. Thus it is possible to mill in three dimensions and produce 3D statues, components and much more in a single step.
A milling machine should always be purchased from an authorised dealer. Only a fully-trained sales personnel can propose a suitable model according to your needs.
As individual as your wishes can be, the individual should be the advice you receive, because the more precisely your milling machine is tuned to key points, such as size, performance and workpiece to be machined, the better milling results you will receive later. An authorised dealer should also offer free support beyond the purchase, so entry is made easier and cheaper.
An authorised dealer should also offer free support beyond the purchase, so entry is made easier and cheaper.