The Z Series CNC routers from AXYZ International are our entry level CNC Routers, built to our exacting standards for industrial use.
The Z series CNC routers, manufactured by AXYZ International, are a completely re-invented version of this classic workhorse. They offer the robust construction that AXYZ products are known for, combined with a budget conscious set of configurations. The Z Series are multi-purpose routing machines, designed for cutting all types of plastics, woods, foams and non-ferrous metals in both 2D and 3D.
The Z series are available with a standard process area, designed for efficient use of your material sizes and is designed for a high performance to price ratio. With features that you find on much higher priced machines including welded steel frame, profile linear bearing rails, and a multi-purpose aluminium vacuum and clamping bed, the Z series are hard to beat.
Standard features on all Z7 Series machines include:
Elte 5 HP spindle (6000 – 24000 RPM) complete with swarf pick-up.
Available for use with a three phase power supply
Industry proven advanced machine controller.
Machine side SubConsole for machine operations.
Vacuum ready aluminum T-slot bed.
Welded steel frame.
6" Z-Axis clearance.
Linear profile bearings.
Ballscrew Z axis
|Standard Processing Areas|
|Z3||47" x 47"|
|Z7||51" x 98"|
|Standard Gantry Clearance / Z stroke||6" / 7.5" (150mm) / (190mm)|
|Optional Gantry Clearance||None|
|Drive System||X, Y Axis Direct Drive Rack and Pinion, Z Axis Ballscrew|
|Maximum Positioning Speed||700 ipm|
|Control System||AXYZ A2MC machine controller|
|SubConsole user controller at machine side|
|4 Gb Onboard memory for Jobs|
|Network connection for job download|
|Full NC g-code program compatibility|
|Popular options||Misting system|
|Vacuum Hold down pumps and blowers|
|Artcam Insignia or Express|
|Heavy duty drag knife|
|Vinyl knife / pen plotter attachment|
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