i2R enters desktop CNC market

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i2R CNC in Brooklyn, N.Y. has launched a new line of small-format 3-axis CNC machines.

The new line is built on a steel frame and features a 1-hp, 220-volt, 3-phase spindle powered by a 110-volt variable frequency drive.

“This gives users the benefits of a 3-phase motor that can be plugged into a standard 115-volt household outlet,” the company explained in a statement.

For more, visit www.i2rcnc.com.

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