The Felder Group introduces the new Hammer HNC benchtop CNC machine, available with a router or spindle.
“The HNC was designed with the average woodworker in mind. Simple setup, simple instructions and [opportunity for] unlimited creativity. It could be our way into a new market of schools, hobbyists and those entering the world of CNC machining,” says Felder’s Bryan Olvera.
“This tabletop CNC is ready out of the box.”
The Hammer HNC features a working area of approximately 32.5” x 18.85” and a through feed height of 6.3”, touchscreen controls, and a T-slot aluminum machine table to secure workpieces and numerous accessories.
“Two high-precision linear guides on each axis of the machine ensure high-quality results even for the most delicate jobs,” the company explained a statement. “Four guide carriages on the Z axis, three on the Y axis and two on each side of the X axis are resistant to contamination and absolutely maintenance-free.
“Both spindles of the X and Z axes are driven by the motor via toothed belts. The Y spindle is directly connected to the motor and is protected from dirt by a guard plate. A wrap angle of 180 degrees on the gears, as well as an adjustable belt tensioning guarantee a drive system without slippage or slack.”
The Hammer HNC sells for $6,399 with a 1kW router and $8,799 with a 2.2kW spindle.
For more, visit www.feldergroupusa.com.
This article was originally published in the March 2021 issue.