The MMTX performs the following functions:
- 2 each, 3-Axis control carriages for high quality joints and flexibility in machining various sizes of profiles. (X, Y and Z)
- 4 working zones
- 3 HP high frequency spindle for mortise (18,000 RPM)
- 6 HP high frequency spindle for tenon (18,000 RPM)
- 6 HP high frequency spindle for miter on mortise side (18,000 RPM)
- 1″ x 3.5″ machining capability (larger sizes available upon request)
- side clamps for optimal part control
- Heavy duty 3900 lb. frame
- 15″ industrial color touchscreen for creating and selecting programs
Advantages of The MMTX:
- Elimination of complicated machine setups climb cut of both tenon and mortise cuts for a “tear out” free cut.
- Climb cut of both tenon and mortise cuts for a tear out free cut.
- The ability to cut MDF paper or vinyl wrapped profiles.
- Eliminates the need for applying inlays.
- Reduces the maintenance and cost associated with the tooling by more than 50% by eliminating end coping.
- Eliminates the need for outside profiling or sanding the edges of doors
- Eliminates the need for sanding the face of the doors
- Both stiles and rails are run face down for consistency of machining.
- Self aligning joints
- There is a more durable and aesthetically pleasing blind joint (no visible joint on edge of board)
- Multiple tool paths to choose from in tenon and miter (on the mortise side) to accommodate all profiles.
MMTX in Action
- Bar-code Reader
- Diamond tooling
- Pillar-Gauge CNC back fence (for use in sizing part lengths)
- Larger machining capabilities
Note: Standard features, options and information may change with or without prior notice.
MADE IN THE USA
All Pillar Machine Machines are built 100% at our Salt Lake City Factory.
The benefits of purchasing an American made machine extend far beyond simply supporting the “local” economy.
Additional benefits include.
Parts are all sourced from Vendors in North America.
This increases parts availability & and assures honest pricing.
Real Factory Support
When technical assistance is required you can often talk directly to the people that built, wired and tested your machine.