CNC Machine Fablab Cardiff

AXYZ Flatbed CNC Machine

A popular professional CNC router, the AXYZ Series is suitable for one-off, small batch production as well as high volume and high productivity applications. Popular applications include: Signmaking - All types of 2D and 3D signs in woods, metals and plastics Metal Fabrication - Non-ferrous part manufacturing Plastic Fabrication - Engineering plastics, retail and point of sale Solid Surface - Process modern and traditional materials General Woodworking - Furniture, shopfitting, scenery production and more Graphics and Print Finishing - Cut-to-print using multiple tools for all materials Exhibition Stands - Large format routing for all requirements Scenery and Sets - Fast turnaround and high quality processing Foam Packaging - 2D and 3D processing with router and knife tools Interiors - Multi-purpose routing and engraving in all materials Point of Purchase - Display stands, fixtures and fittings At the Fablab we cater to a range of needs and offer a bespoke service to match most project requirements, please get in touch to discuss your CNC project.

Size

2440mm x 1220mm x 225mm

Max Spindle Speed

21000

Max Cutting speed

19m/min

Files Required

2D Cutting

SVG, DXF, DWG, AI

3D Machining

STL, OBJ

Materials

Can cut a range of materials including man-made woods, hardwoods, aluminum, foam, model board and plastics.

Number of Axis

3

Price

Priced per project. Get in touch to discuss your project with us

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machine faq

How quick is the machine at cutting?

This is entirely depending on the material you are cutting, As a guideline something like MDF can be cut as fast 14 m/min whereas aluminium is much slower

Can you cut steel?

No, at this time we don't have the facilities for cutting any other metal than aluminium

What cutting bits do you have?

We stock a range of carbide cutters, ranging from 2mm to 1/2inch in diameter.

Can I use the CNC myself?

You can be inducted on the CNC by enrolling on the our CNC training course, which will enable you to use the machine once complete. Some prior experience with machinery is required.