Punta Gorda, FL (PRWEB) November 10, 2012
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A powerful new addition to inventory at NRS Equipment in Punta Gorda, Florida is the 2003 Intermac Master Stone 1500 3 Axis CNC Machine Center. The convenience of the Intermac is that it fits in a very comfortable footprint for any granite shop from small to large. With an area of 21 feet by 10 feet by 9 feet high, it is very easy to find a place in one's shop for a machine that can handle all necessary.
The Intermac 2003 3 Axis CNC Machine Center increases efficiency by executing sinkhole cut-outs and profiling, edge profiling and polishing for all edges, and even curve cutting with diamond finger bits. Joe Alva of http://StoneMachineryLocator.com states: "Many shops think CNC Machines are very complicated to operate;however, the truth is that they are much more simpler than they seem. This is the perfect starter machine for anyone who has the work and wants to upgrade the quality of their finished product."
The unit has a work table of 123"x 63" and comes with a Travaini vacuum pump system. The machine has been thoroughly checked. Many parts have been replaced brand new such as its X and Y axis homing sensors, its tool pockets, and spindle sensors with brand new original factory parts. Heavy duty construction, at a weight of 11,000 lbs, makes the machine a sturdy workhorse for professional granite or marble countertop fabricators. Joe Alva asserts: "We have already renovated this same exact model and year at least 2 times in the past year. This a simple yet automated CNC stone center that will definitely bring a lot of value to a shop looking to increase their output. Our customers can rely on us to help them overcome any obstacles as well post-sale."
This unit has had a full body treatment. "We have developed a process that includes removing all the rust from the metal body of the machine and then applying a special primer. The primer is a heavy-duty epoxy used to coat the inner lining of large pipes used underground in city sewer systems," explains Joe. "We try to renovate the bodies so they last longer than they did starting out as new. Not even manufacturers do a treatment like this to the machines when they are making them brand new."