CNC Machines for Education

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Hands on experience is a key part in STEM education, and CNC machines for education facilities are a great way to obtain that experience. Not only can students design up the parts, but they can also make their ideas come to life!

Access to tools and machines can often be very difficult for schools and educational facilities to get their hands on. Tormach offers CNC machines for education to overcome those boundaries. Students find these machines and the software to be very descriptive and easy to learn. When space becomes limited in the classroom, Tormach’s take up a fraction of the space a larger machines takes up.

There’s no rule that says machine tools have to be unwieldy and expensive. Nor does it say that mills and lathes in the classroom should be low-powered and incapable in the real world of manufacturing. Tormach machinery is proof that educational tools can both capable and approachable.

Hundreds of schools and universities have already realized the enabling power of CNC machine equipment for educational purposes. Hear what a few of them had to say about using our machine tools in their classrooms.

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At Tormach, we’re dedicated to providing exceptionally engineered products, technical support, and customer service at the lowest possible cost. Our focus is to help you realize your CNC goals through tools and resources that transform your concepts into real products.

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Brian G says:

Sadly, I just graduated in Machine Tool and our class felt like we learned nothing about CNC.  We learned codes and hand coded small programs.  Our Cad/Cam experience was nil.  Our teacher did not know the cheesy program we were using and that caused a lot of problems.  He was learning it along with us.  We only had one mill and one lathe to use among the students no matter how big the class was.  I asked the dean of the program about why we did not have more but smaller machines to learn on and he said it fought the administration to get that but they wanted us to learn on machines the size we were going to use on the job.  Because of this we all felt like we learned nothing.

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