Bantam Tools now has several tools in its accessory line that are beginner-friendly and empower users to expand the abilities of the Bantam Tools Desktop CNC Milling Machine to include 4th axis machining.
The Bantam Tools Desktop CNC 4th Axis Accessory is designed to be a beginner-friendly accessory that expands machining capabilities. It’s a gateway into 4th axis machining and a tool customers can use to grow their machining skills. It makes complex parts more attainable and offers more machining options for 3D surfacing, as well as reduces machining complexity with parts that require machining on multiple sides. The new Bantam Tools Desktop CNC 4th Axis Accessory empowers users to turn their 3-axis Bantam Tools Desktop CNC Milling Machine into a 4-axis machine quickly and easily for $499.
The Bantam Tools Desktop CNC 4th Axis Course is a self-paced course is specifically designed for Bantam Tools Desktop CNC 4th Axis Accessory to help you expand your CNC skillset and the options an addtional machining axis adds. Key components of the course includes how to install, calibrate, and uninstall the 4th Axis, with a demonstration of how to CAD/CAM and then machine a hex wrench handle.
Each course purchase includes a box of materials for the projects, including a flat end mill (1/8”), engraving bit (80º, 1/8”), ER-11 collet (1/8”), Delrin (3/4”-diameter x 5”), Bantam Tools Center-Finder Tool, and sandpaper. Additionally, you will use tools that come with the Bantam Tools Desktop CNC Milling Machine with 4th Axis. The course is $299.
“It is awesome to be able to provide 4th axis machining with the Bantam Tools Desktop CNC 4th Axis Accessory,” said Bre Pettis, CEO of Bantam Tools. “When milling a job that calls for multiple flips, index milling or continuous milling, this accessory is fully integrated with the latest model of the Bantam Tools Desktop CNC Milling Machine that’s 4th Axis compatible and our intuitive Bantam Tools Milling Machine Software. To get users up to speed, we are also offering the first Bantam Tools educational course that levels up 4th Axis skills. We developed this educational course specifically for this accessory to help users build their 4th axis machining skills and will have additional courses coming later this year.”
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