The Twin Station CNC Router forms part of the EasyRoute CNC Router series and can therefore operate as a normal router when required. The CNC Machine also comes with a vacuum bed manufactured of Bakelite, as well as a High Gantry on the Z-axis to provide a higher working area (which is standard on our EasyRoute CNC Routers). The Twin-Station CNC Router utilises four Servo Motors which provides a 40 meter per minute working speed and can achieve 0.05mm tolerance in the production environment with a 22 hour day non-stop proven working record.
Advanced Machinery attended an Expo at the Hobby X- Show at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg on the 5 to the 8th of March 2015. There we exhibited our V-Smart V3-440 Vinyl Cutter along with our TruCUT CO2 Desktop Laser Machine and showed our future clients what our CNC Machinery is capable of.
Ampa Plastics whom represents the Ampa Group, in partnership with Advanced Machinery who is also their biggest CNC Machinery provider, dedicated their 67 minutes for Mandela Day on the 18th July 2015 by carrying out charity deeds at the Siphethu Primary School in Daveyton, Benoni.
Advanced Machinery attended a three day SignAfrica Expo conference at the Gallagher Centre in Midrand from the 22nd to the 24th of July, in order to exhibit our new top of the range 2016 V-Smart Vinyl Cutter along with our Miniature DIY CNC Router.
Advanced Machinery and RAW Studios recently became partners as RAW Studios obtained their CNC Machinery from Advanced Machinery which they happen to use for the manufacturing process of their products along with the ‘Finply Wood’ which they specially import from Finland. Therefore Advanced Machinery and RAW Studios also co-exist on their logo used on their manufactured products. They recently obtained a Vinyl Cutter, a CNC Plasma Cutter and 2 CNC Routers.
Advanced Machinery recently donated, and personally delivered a V-Smart V3-743 Vinyl Cutting Machine to the Salvation Army on the 4th of June 2015. Glen and Moya Hay was very thankful and appreciative for the kind gesture and now sees new hope in educating their clients. When Advanced Machinery’s technical team arrived at the Salvation Army home also known as ‘Beth Shan’, they were warmly greeted and immediately felt at home.