Next Wave Automation - CNC Piranha FX
Although offered at an entry level price, the CNC Piranha® is every bit as capable as its larger cousin, the CNC Shark®, and it also includes a convenient touch-screen interface! Its compact 12'' x...
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The CNC Piranha® is so incredibly accurate that you can even use it to engrave custom circuit boards. Its creative potential is unlimited, and the entire machine can easily fit on one end of your bench. Just design your work with the included VCarve Desktop V8 Design software on your PC computer with USB 2.0 port, and then simply save the program directly to a USB flash drive, plug it into the Pendant, select your file, and hit the run button. No need to have your computer subjected to a dusty shop environment. PC & USB flash drive sold separately.
Table dimensions: 12'' x 18"
XYZ travel: 12'' x 13'' x 3''
Overall dimensions: 19-1/2 ''W x 20-1/2'' L x 18''H
Aluminum interlocking Slotted Table Track for highly customizable clamping
Includes VCarve Desktop V8 Design software (Software is Not MAC Compatible)
Vector Art 3-D Sampler Pack (Software is Not MAC Compatible)
Only compatible with Windors 7 and above
Color Touch Screen Pendant Controller System
Requires a PC Computer with USB 2.0 port (not included)
Requires a DeWalt, Porter-Cable, or similar style Palm Router (sold separately)
Requires a Bosch Motor Mounting Bracket (161666) if Bosch motor is being used
Currently not compatible with the Touch Probe (upgrade coming soon)
Includes 1/4" V- Router Bit
Includes 2 Hold-Down Clamps
Ships fully assembled.
Made in USA
A minimum 15% Restocking Fee will apply to the return of CNC machines & 3D Printers. Customer pays return shipping charges.
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