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stoneCIRCLE Invests in 5 Axis Stonemasonry Machine

stoneCIRCLE News and PR from stoneCIRCLE - Published 11 July 2017 stoneCIRCLE has just invested £200,000 in a 5 axis machine which will allow them to cut, shape, engrave and polish very large blocks of stone
stoneCIRCLE, the Basingstoke-based stonemason has extended its factory’s capabilities with an investment in a new £200,000 machine which will allow it to work very large blocks of stone.
The newest addition to the factory which was extended on 2014, the Blade 5 AR machine from Italian company, Omag has five fully interpolated axes, and a vertical Z axis travel of 1200mm. In common with other CNC-equipped cutting machines, it uses diamond routers, but it is also equipped with a 1200mm diameter blade for fast roughing out and sawing of blocks. It can be used for shaping, contouring, engraving, sawing, and polishing stone.
Steve Vanhinsbergh, director commented ¬ďOmag installed our first CNC machine back in 1999 and that machine is still working every day which is testament to the exceptional build quality of their machines¬Ē.
stoneCIRCLE has extended its factory’s capabilities with an investment in a new £200,000 machine

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