V-Series CNC Plasma Now Available as a Kit

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, February 06, 2014
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MultiCam’s V Series is designed for companies looking for maximum value in a CNC plasma machine. It is suited for both entry-level as well as experienced manufacturers and anyone on a budget. MultiCam now offers the machine in an even more economical, easy-to-ship kit form. Easy-to-understand instructions are provided on DVD and the machines can be assembled and ready to operate in approximately 4-6 hours. EZ-G code and EZ-Suite application software is included with all machines to quickly convert drawings to machine code. And V-Series machine support and technical assistance is provided by a local MultiCam Technology Center to insure your investment.

The V Series Plasma features a custom-engineered, extruded aluminum frame with steel leg supports for high strength and rigidity. Automatic torch height is standard along with powerful, dual X-axis drive motors and Hypertherm PowerMax plasma torches. The easy-to-use, handheld operator interface features graphic icons for all machine functions.

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