Intermac’s NEW Master Series delivers maximum flexibility and productivity

Intermac’s NEW Master Series delivers maximum flexibility and productivity

Charlotte, North Carolina – Intermac’s NEW Master Series of 3, 4 and 5 axis CNC work centers is designed to deliver maximum flexibility and productivity for shops machining marble, natural stone, quartz and ceramic material. The robust Master Series offers a greater tool change capacity and is available with a variety of options to accommodate all manufacturing requirements for counter tops, vanity fireplace, sculpturing, flooring, facades and coverings, with the highest safety standards. In addition, the integrated interface on the new parametric I-Cam CAD-CAM makes it possible to execute all necessary operations within the same working environment, with a high level of integration with the most common software on the market. The Master Series, which also allows for the possibility of configuring the machine in a “high table” or “low table” version depending on the customer’s requirements, is designed to offer optimum finishing quality on sheets and blocks of natural and synthetic material.

 

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