Tattoo Artist Makes Hardware Art with CNC

01/ 19/ 2023

One of the most amazing parts of manufacturing is the realization that everything around us has to be made. Whether it was fabricated, machined, cast or a myriad of other processes, everything you see around you has seen some sort of manufacturing process. Because things need to be made, there are always new opportunities for entrepreneurs to develop new businesses in the manufacturing space.


2022 in Review

12/ 29/ 2022

Every year that passes means new opportunities for growth, and at Tormach we have seen some interesting new growth in 2022. As an employee-owned business, growth means reinvestment in our R&D, product development, and employees.


Concrete Company Uses ZA6 Robot for Automated Welding

12/ 07/ 2022

Tormach machines have found their way into a number of interesting industries. Some you might expect, like aerospace and mold making, but some have been uncommon industries for CNC or machine tools, like glassblowing and construction.


Things to Be Thankful for in the Shop

11/ 22/ 2022

It’s that time of year where we all take time to reflect on the things we are thankful for, and we start to make plans for the new year ahead. There is certainly an endless list of things for which we could be thankful, but in the shop, there are some very specific things we’re grateful for.


Self-Taught 770MX Owner Writes the Book on Learning CNC

11/ 17/ 2022

Choosing the right machine for your needs can be a long process, especially if you’re inexperienced with manufacturing or are new to CNC. You need to research, quantify your needs, research again, budget… the list goes on and on. That’s part of what drove Steve Dunthorne to document his process of buying, assembling, and learning to use a 770MX mill.


Using CNC and a 4th Axis for Knifemaking

11/ 09/ 2022

Knifemaking is a popular art amongst Tormach owners. Years ago, the Grimsmo brothers brought attention to how easily a small business can start making quality knives with access to Tormach equipment.

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