SOURCE: Torchmate


December 06, 2012 16:00 ET

Torchmate Launches Expert Video Series to Educate CNC Machine Owners

RENO, NV--(Marketwire - Dec 6, 2012) - Torchmate CNC Cutting Systems has launched a series of videos to educate and inform CNC machine owners, fabricators and metal shop hobbyists who are interested in buying a CNC machine.

The Reno, Nev.-based CNC machine manufacturer's videos answer some of the most pressing questions that fabricators have when choosing a machine, operating a CNC machine and exploring the full uses of their Torchmate equipment.

While Torchmate offers lifetime customer support for each machine owner, and the Torchmate website offers a wealth of written information, the video series delivers what many fabricators want -- to see the machines in action, see the cut speed and precision first-hand and hear the people who actually build the machines from the ground up give their insight into how to get the most out of the computer-controlled precision and automation that Torchmate provides.

Torchmate's four expert videos supplement an already deep catalogue of online videos that show Torchmate's line of CNC machines in action and give customers an inside look at Torchmate's operation and history.

To view the full scope of Torchmate's online videos, go to:

Torchmate's Expert Videos at a Glance:

  • Torchmate X: Torchmate's turn-key, industrial strength CNC behemoth is the choice of customers who want the full package delivered to them ready to roll. This video shows you the power and versatility of the Torchmate X that is used for heavy industrial applications like ship-building and off-shore fabrication.

  • Controlling Dust and Smoke: CNC machine owners are sometimes surprised by the amount of dust and smoke that is created during CNC machine operation. This video shows machine owners how a water table or ventilation system can solve the smoke and dust problem.

  • CNC for Small Shops: When is it practical to move from hand-cutting to an automated CNC machine? How much space will a CNC machine take up in a small shop? These and other questions that hobbyists and small shop owners have are answered in this video.

  • CNC Versatility: Torchmate machines are thought of as metal cutters. But a CNC machine has a variety of other uses and capabilities, including routing, engraving, woodcutting, tube cutting and milling. This video shows the potential of CNC machines.

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