DESIGNED TO MAKE
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
The xsTECH Router is a desktop CNC ready to use out of the box. It's small enough to fit in a craftroom or makerspace, and it's capable enough to cuts all manners of plastics, woods, and even aluminum.
The see-through enclosure offers safe use and controls dust that can muck up your space and electronics.
TODAY’S CNC STUDENTS ARE THE PROBLEM SOLVERS OF TOMORROW
During this time of social distancing and safety measures, it's the perfect time to teach your kiddos about CNC. These skills foster independence and confidence that should come standard with adulthood. While your kids are at home, why not give them a valuable skill and a maker's playground?
RUNS ON PathPilot
Like all Tormach CNC machines, the xsTECH uses our award-winning PathPilot control software. It's the only tabletop router with PathPilot, and that'll get you from uncrating to using in less time.
Not only does the xsTECH ship with a 10.4" touchscreen, PathPilot is intuitive and works seamlessly with common software like VCarve. And you can access PathPilot HUB from any web browser. So even if you're away from your xsTECH, you can still program it and run simulations.
Plus, with the xsTECH, you'll have the perfect entry into understanding CNC fundamentals, a real plus if you have your sights set on a larger production mill or router some day.
Ready-to-Run at $3,995 (+ Flat Fee Shipping)
There's no assembly or any accessories needed to make the xsTECH run.
It comes with all you'll need to get started, including:
- 10.4 in. Touchscreen PathPilot Controller
- Keyboard, Mouse, and Jog Shuttle
- WiFi Module
- Electronic Tool Setter
- 16-Piece Carbide Cutting Tool Set
- ER11 Collets
|Table size||12.6 in. x 5.9 in.|
|Working area (XYZ)||8.6 in. x 6.3 in. x 2.4 in.|
|Spindle||ER11 Collets - 5000-20000 RPM - 125W BLDC direct drive|
|Weight||Main unit - 33 lbs.|
|Voltage Input||120 vac, 50/60 Hz|
|Motion||Belt drive, maximum speed 120 IPM|
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