Are you looking for an industrial CNC machine that will last?
The First DATRONS Installed in North America 20+ Years Ago Are Still Going Strong
You Need Your Industrial CNC Machine to Last Decades with Minimal Interruptions
You want your machine to be easy to maintain, well-constructed and cost-effective to operate. The overall success of your CNC machine goes far beyond the cycle time. It’s critical you make the right decision because your return on investment will be calculated over years.
Factors that you should consider when investing in industrial CNC machines include:
- Time of your whole workflow
- Floor space required
- Electrical consumption
- Coolant system maintenance and disposal
- Post-process operations
- Machinist’s salary
The Speed of Your Entire Workflow From Design to Shipment Can Lower Your Part Costs and Reduce Your Total Cost of Ownership
Compact industrial machines save you valuable floor space. You can have two DATRONs or two spindles running in the same floor space as one traditional machining center. Why use a heavy system to make small intricate parts?
You can also save on electricity with lower power-consuming lighter systems.
Evaporative coolants require zero maintenance with zero part clean-up compared to messy oil-based coolant systems with disposal fees.
Imagine the flexibility and cost-savings of having any of your shop employees able to operate your equipment.