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= Information =
= Information =
* Full Model Name: Roland CAMM-3 PNC-3000 Desktop Milling Machine
* We only have the 3/16" collet for this mill, and it is next to impossible to locate other collets that will fit this model.  This means you can only use end-mills w/ a 3/16" shank.
* We only have the 3/16" collet for this mill, and it is next to impossible to locate other collets that will fit this model.  This means you can only use end-mills w/ a 3/16" shank.
** Paul has purchased a set of 10x end mills with 5x different sizes (2x of each size, one 2 flute, one 4 flute).
** Paul has purchased a set of 10x end mills with 5x different sizes (2x of each size, one 2 flute, one 4 flute).

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Owner/Loaner: Hive13
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Make/Model: Roland PNC-3000 (google)
Arrival Date: 02/08/2012
Does it work?: yes
Certification Needed?: yes
Contact:
Floorplan: 1C
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Information

  • Full Model Name: Roland CAMM-3 PNC-3000 Desktop Milling Machine
  • We only have the 3/16" collet for this mill, and it is next to impossible to locate other collets that will fit this model. This means you can only use end-mills w/ a 3/16" shank.
    • Paul has purchased a set of 10x end mills with 5x different sizes (2x of each size, one 2 flute, one 4 flute).

Software

  • Assorted programs installed on the control computer, variety of formats supported. The challenge is figuring out which control program can open which format of file.

History

Donated to the Hive by Tom Fitzgibbons, who originally picked it up at a P&G auction. Thanks Tom!

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