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    5 Axis CNC machines were previously used for complicated, specialized projects only. Now they can be used to increase efficiency for any project. They can save time, reduce the overall production cost per part, and improve molding. These machines are also compatible with CAD / CAM. At MachineMetrics, we are all about speed and efficiency. We can help you monitor your CNC machines and get them working their best, whether it is a new or used 5 axis cnc machine. 

    Recommended Read 5 Reasons a 5-Axis CNC Machine is Actually Good for Your ShopSource: http://americanmachinist.com

    The 5-axis CNC machine tool is a mainstay on many manufacturing plants and shop floors. While these systems once were reserved for undertaking complicated and specialized applications, large and small manufacturers now realize the value in using a 5-axis machine for every project. Many of them have been able to minimize lead times, bolster efficiency, and improve profitability as a result. Read on to find out some of the factors guiding their decisions. Read More

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