Multicam CNC routing machines

Multicam CNC routing machines, routers, flat bed routers & engraving tables

The Multicam M-I CNC Routing machine is a fully featured CNC routing machine with 3D capability designed for small to medium size work in a variety of materials. It offers advanced features and flexibility suited to manufacturers in many diverse industries.

In small business you have to be versatile and fast. The Multicam M-I has been engineered to suit the needs of small business manufacturers. Two jobs are rarely alike. In the course of a single day you may be cutting aluminium, brass, plastic, timber, foam sheet or performing 2D/3D engraving. The jobs may vary from complex 3 dimensional engraving to cut out acrylic letters. The Multicam M-I handles them all with minimal turn-around time and minimal setup effort.

The Multicam M-I CNC Router is easy to learn. Using our Toolpath program your existing software, or a software program of your choice, is connected to the M-I. Programs such as CASmate, Enroute, AutoCAD, ARTcam, SignLAB and CorelDraw! are a popular choice. Every feature required to quickly turn your design in to a 2D or 3D router ready file is available in our Toolpath program.


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Businesses supplying: Woodworking Machinery – CNC Machine

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Cut'n'rout Pty Ltd Cut’n’rout Pty Ltd
Cut’n’rout Pty.Ltd. is a representative of Thermwood Corporation (USA) and its CNC machinery. This appointment made by Akela Pty Ltd allows Cut’n’rout to distribute, implement and support the wide range of 3 to 5 axis Thermwood routers throughout the Australian market……. more

Bayswater, VIC

GEM Systems Australasia GEM Systems Australasia
Our Company: GEM Systems manufactures Large Format Nested Based CNC Router, Laser, Plasma and specialty CNC Profile Cutting Systems for a wide variety of applications from our plant in Victoria, Australia. Using innovative techniques, we produce quality computer controlled precision equipment that…… more

Tullamarine, VIC

J C Walsh Woodworking Machinery J C Walsh Woodworking Machinery
J C Walsh was established in 1959 as a power tool repair Company and in 1981 branched into selling and repairing woodworking machines. All of our used machines are offered for sale fully reconditioned and guaranteed. We have an extensive range of new and used spare parts for a wide range of ma…… more

Airport West, VIC

Leitz Tooling Systems Pty Ltd Leitz Tooling Systems Pty Ltd
Leitz is one of the global leading manufacturers of precision tools for professional wood, fibre cement and plastics processing. The Leitz Group currently employs 3,700 people who in 2007 generated sales of about 260 million euro. Leitz Australia has offices and service centres in Melbourne,…… more

Bayswater, VIC

Leuco Australia Pty Ltd Leuco Australia Pty Ltd
Leuco Australia Pty. Ltd. is the ideal partner for those who value innovative solutions to grow and develop your business. From high precision tooling systems through to the home hobbyists we have the answer. Our range of products cover wood, composite products, plastics, aluminium and ferrous meta…… more

Braeside, VIC

Platinum Machinery Platinum Machinery
Platinum Machinery offer a wide range of quality woodworking machinery and equipment to suit the modern cabinetmaker or shopfitter. With the latest technology competitivly priced and backed up with quality service, Platinum Machinery can offer your business a competitive manufacturing edge……. more

Cambellfield, VIC

Building a CNC machine from cutting boards and printer parts

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Since CNC machines are usually somewhat pocket intensive, we put together a series of How-To’s for Engadget on building a CNC machine from cutting boards and printer parts. Check out part 1, part 2 and part 3 of the build.

CNC wood router

CNC wood router – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A CNC wood router uses CNC (computer numerical control) and is similar to a metal CNC mill with the following differences:

  • The wood router typically spins faster — with a range of 13000 to 24,000 RPM
  • It typically uses smaller tools — typical shank size 20 mm or at most 25 mm.
  • It typically uses smaller toolholders MK2 (Morse taper #2 – on older machines),ISO-30, HSK-63 or the tools just get held in a collet tool holder affixed directly to the spindle nose. ISO-30 and HSK-63 are rapid-change toolholding systems. HSK-63 has begun to supplant the ISO-30 as the rapid change standard in recent years.

A wood router is controlled in the same way as a metal mill, but there is a lot of CAM software like Artcam, Mastercam, and Featurecam specifically for wood routers.

Wood with different grain must be approached with unique strategies, and wood CAM software is less likely to need to have hog-out strategies than the metal ones. Wood routers are frequently used to machine other soft materials such as plastics at high speed.

Typical three-axis CNC wood routers are generally much bigger than their metal shop counterparts. 5′ x 5′, 4′ x 8′, and 5′ x 10′ are typical bed sizes for wood routers. But can be built to accommodate very large sizes up to, but not limited to 12′ x 100′. Most table routers use a three motor drive system (xyz) utilizing either servo or stepper motors that drive the router motor via a gantry system. The gantry system isolates the XYZ movement in the top part of the machine with a stationary table holding the workpiece. Many CNC metal mills have the cutter motor moving on the Z axis, and a table which moves in X and Y for added stability.

Many wood routers can run at machining speeds of 25 metres/min (linear) or faster with a few machines such as the Anderson capable of 40 metres/min, Onsrud capable of 86 metres/min.