At Tormach, we have a long-standing philosophy that we want to provide the most value to our customers. That’s why you have the ability to self-service, we have free technical support for as long as you own your machine, and you can take delivery of a mill, lathe, plasma table, or router via a liftgate truck. Those perks mean that there is some assembly required when you receive your machine. If you have a stand or enclosure, those will need to be assembled, or if you ordered any accessories, like an ATC, those will need to be installed, once your machine arrives.
How Does It Work?
If you are a larger business, school, or simply do not have the time to commit to assembling your machine and installing accessories (time is money, after all), we offer an assembly service for a reasonable fee. Let us assemble your new machine here at Tormach, and we will build it and ship it out to you. With machine assembly, a Tormach professional installs, aligns and tests major components to the machine, allowing you to commission the machine quickly at your shop once it arrives.
Note: When ordering an 1100M/MX or 770M/MX you will need to have either a loading dock or a forklift to remove the crate from the carriers truck. This crate is 91 in. x 73 in. x 92 in. and has a weight of approximately 2,800 lbs.
How to Request Machine Assembly
Assembly pricing depends on machine and accessories, so we can't offer assembly at a simple flat fee.
When configuring your machine, select Machine Assembly in the Performance Options section. When you complete the machine build by requesting a quote or making a purchase, that Machine Assembly inquiry will go to our Orders team, who will build a custom assembly price based on your chosen accessories.
You can then expect an email from Tormach's Orders team with updated pricing that includes assembly cost.