Now for Sale: PCNC 770 Automatic Tool Changers

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PCNC 770 Automatic Tool Changers are now for sale. This is a port of our popular PCNC 1100 ATC, with an identical set of features, including:

  • 10 position Tool Tray
  • Exchangeable virtual Tool Trays
  • Mach3 control software with graphical screen set
  • Slide activation via Double Acting Pneumatic Cylinder with Cushion
  • Integrated Touch-off routine (requires electronic tool setter)
  • Swappable and configurable tool designations
  • Any tool number can be assigned to any slot and requires no program change
  • Automatic Crash Detection and Warning
  • Carousel Position Feedback
  • Air Blast

(We’ve covered the design engineering of the Tormach ATC before in this space in detail; you can read that here.)

BTW, We’ve also updated the operator’s manual for the PCNC 1100 ATC.  Download your revised copy today:

Interested in purchasing a PCNC 770 ATC?  Click here to go directly to the  Tormach eStore and order your’s today.

Andrew Grevstad

With over ten years of professional experience in advanced manufacturing systems, digital design tools, and applied software, Andy Grevstad has worked in product development and technical support for Tormach since 2008. Grevstad has received engineering degrees from Michigan Technological University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a regular contributor to Digital Machinist magazine and also blogs weekly about CNC milling and related topics on the Tormach blog, Milling Around.

Andrew Grevstad

2 thoughts on “Now for Sale: PCNC 770 Automatic Tool Changers

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    04/10/2012 at 5:22 pm

    Hi, same question as with the 1100… Does this include the PDB, or is that required and separate? would be nice to clarify that on your product pages. If it is required and not included, it kinda gives a false impression. If it is included, then what’s the price without the the PDB if you already have that?
    Anway, its kinda confusing (as is trying to buy the high speed milling attachment without the Kress motor).

  • Andy G.
    04/11/2012 at 5:24 pm

    Sorry for the confusion, I tweaked the web description to emphasize that the price does not include the PDB. Appreciate the feedback

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