Servo-Driven PCNC Mills

Jan. 17, 2020
Tormach's next-generation PCNC's offer high power and faster performance.

The 1100MX and 770MX are servo-driven versions of the company’s best-selling two mills, the 1100M and 770M, which were introduced in 2018. 


The MX series of machines feature an added encoder to the spindle for rigid tapping, a BT-30 spindle, and servos for the X, Y, and Z axes. The servos provide much faster performance with maximum speeds up to 10,000 rpm and feed rates as much as 2.5 to 3x faster than the M series machines. When combined with Tormach’s PathPilot CNC Controller, which provides users with numerous premium features as standard, these machines provide the highest performance and most cost-effective machining solutions on the market today. 


In addition, Tormach has launched a new PathPilot Operator Console upgrade. This is available for both Tormach MX and M Mills. The all-in-one PathPilot Operator Console allows users to operate their M or MX machines via a touchscreen and has built-in hardware knobs for feed and speed overrides and a durable hand-held jog pendant for precise manual positioning of the machine. 


Like all Tormach machines, the new 1100MX and 770MX machines are ideal for:

  • Prototyping
  • Job Shops (shorter runs and/or as a machine to handle secondary operations)
  • Enthusiasts / Makers
  • Education / Tech Schools


Like the M Series of machines, the 1100MX and 770MX have the power to cut the toughest materials – stainless steel, titanium, and even pre-hardened tool steel—but now with even higher power and faster speeds.