Multifunctional CNC Router

Laguna Tools’ Multimaster CNC router is configured for a number of production needs with a single router platform, says the company. The new Multimaster CNC is suited for a range of business categories, knife-cutting applications and materials, from sign and graphic shops, digital printing, packaging and aerospace to materials such as cork, honeycomb cardboard, single-ply cloth and fabric, corrugated cardboard vinyl veneers, corrugated plastic, leather goods and more. Features include a stock 4 HP spindle, along with various tool possibilities, including a tangential knife system, roller creasing wheel, oscillating tangential saw, right angle spindle, secondary spindle for metal (low RPM),repeated drilling process, Braille distributor and pneumatic self-feed tapping system. The Multimaster uses Laguna’s 4th axis control set allowing a lathe to be added. Another feature of the Multimaster CNC is the retraction of added devices on linear pneumatic slides, so when not in use, they are out of the way while routing. In addition each item is identified by a specific tool number. 

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About Laguna Tools

Laguna Tools was founded in 1983 by Torben Helshoj who saw an opportunity to bring high-quality European woodworking machinery to the US. The first tools to be introduced were combination machines and soon lead to Laguna Tools’ most iconic machine, the Italian Bandsaw. Over the years we built an extensive line of woodworking machinery before moving forward with development of our own CNC Automation.

We launched our line of CNC Machines with the SmartShop and soon followed it up with the Swift and IQ machines. After innovating on the CNC Router end, we came out with even more advanced machinery such as CO2 Lasers and Plasma Cutters. Now we have a wider range of machinery available than ever before, all to help our customers achieve their goals to improve the way they do business.

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