MORE SPEED. MORE BRAINS.
THE MORES YOU’VE BEEN ASKING FOR.
We gave our 1100MX a trio of servo motors, an encoder for rigid tapping, and a BT30 spindle
Faster travel speeds cut down program times, and a beefier spindle chews through aluminum, titanium, hardened steels, and alloys without concern of tool pullout.
ALL THE GOOD STUFF
Start with PathPilot®, Tormach’s in-house control software and the brain of every Tormach. We developed PathPilot to be easier to learn and use.
The 1100MX is full of details that make using it a pleasure. It’s the newest generation of CNC that offers enough value, performance, and support to earn the name Tormach.
PATHPILOT OPERATOR CONSOLE
Now Available in MX Packages for an additional $1,795.00
The all-in-one PathPilot® Operator Console upgrade allows you to operate your 1100MX with built-in hardware knobs for feed and speed overrides and a durable hand-held jog pendant for precise manual positioning of the machine.
More intuitive, shorter learning curve. Tormach’s exclusive CNC controller gets you cutting sooner
Improve G-Code on the fly. Powerful conversational programming lets you tweak programs and keep moving forward.
If it’s available, it’s included. We eliminated the headaches of costly upgrades or a al carte pricing that holds advanced features behind a paywall.
Program, learn, and train online with PathPilot HUB. All you need are an Internet connection and a web browser. Log in (free membership) to take Tormach for a spin, learn how to program, or make usable G-Code.
Built-in Dropbox support for seamlessly transferring programs
USB I/O Kits Availble to Support up to 4 USB I/O (16 In/16 Out): Trigger aftermarket accessories such as auxiliary pumps, robotic part loaders, probes, and more.
From the beginning, Tormach has been a cost-conscious company. Our mission is to help people make things, and we’ve always felt access to CNC equipment is the key.
Requiring a company-trained technician to commission your CNC machine is expensive. At Tormach, we offer installation (as a service), but it’s not the default. Most of our customers choose to buy into one of our CNCs, knowing some assembly is required.