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Introducing TEC CAM – 3 and 5 Axis CNC Routers

11th Nov 2019

What is a CNC machine? CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control and is a tool that follows a computer code to create a product from a specific shape and size. This is done by a computer which changes the design produced by Computer-Aided Design software into numbers, similar to coordinates in a g...

Advanced Engineering 2019

07th Oct 2019

Advanced Engineering 2019 AMS are going to be at Advanced Engineering 2019! This is the UK's largest annual exhibition and conference and we are so pleased to be attending. Here we will get the chance to network with OEM's and supply chain partners. The show will help us explore business opportu...

What Does CNC Stand For?

23th Aug 2019

So, what does CNC stand for? CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. In simple terms, this basically means the act of controlling machinery via a computer. A computer changes the design produced by Computer-Aided Design software into numbers. The numbers are similar to the coordinates in a graph...

What is the difference between CNC CO2 Laser and CNC Fibre Laser?

09th Jul 2019

What are CNC lasers? CNC lasers are a more modern and efficient way of working. They tend to be more precise than traditional methods and therefore don’t waste as many resources. This, in turn, saves money. Different systems are good for different things. Laser cutting operates by pointing the ou...

What is CabMaster Software?

09th Jul 2019

What is CabMaster Software? CabMaster is a software that makes it easier to complete more intricate tasks with CNC machines. It allows you to carry out tasks efficiently whilst also being cost effective. Typically, you will have a pre-built library if cabinets ready for production, so you are simpl...

The Difference Between Hydraulic and Electric Press Brakes

21th Jun 2019

Hydraulic and electric press brake machines are both useful and powerful tools in their own right. At AMS world we offer a variety of both electric and hydraulic brakes at affordable prices. Our team of friendly experts can recommend the best cnc machines for your company. If you need any help or ha...

What is a 3 & 5 Axis CNC Router?

05th Jun 2019

What is a CNC Router? CNC routers are powerful, industrial tools used for cutting various materials precisely. They are ideal for cutting materials such as wood, aluminium, steels and plastic. CNC stands for computer numerical control, and this is combined with a CAM programme in order to set the c...

Axis Water Jet Cutting Machines

04th Jun 2019

What are Axis Water Jet Cutting Machines? Axis Water Jet Cutting Machines are extremely powerful pieces of equipment which utilises strong water jets and an intense speed to cut through materials. It's controlled by a computer by a precision X-Y motion system is used to create the desired cut.  It...

What Is LSAM?

21th May 2019

LSAM - Large Scale Additive Manufacturing machine is a brand new technology for the large-scale 3D printing of thermoplastic polymers. Most other large scale manufacturing efforts scale up smaller, less taxing printer techniques. An LSAM is designed for the manufacturing of large scale structures us...

What can CNC machines do?

14th May 2019

What is a CNC machine? A CNC – or Computer Numerical Control – machine is a specialised tool that follows a code from a computer to create a product from a specified size and shape. This allows for greater precision and for multiple products to be created with the exact same specifications to m...

We are attending JEC World 2019

28th Feb 2019

We would love to talk to you at JEC World 2019 We are attending the JEC World Event in Paris on the March 12-14. We will be based in the USA Pavillion in Hall 6 at stand P50D with Thermwood. We would love to talk to those in the composites industry about the Thermwood range from 3/5 axis routers...

What is a CNC machine?

19th Dec 2018

A CNC machine is a tool which is operated by a computer. A set of instructions are programmed into the computer which then follows them exactly. This means that as long as the operator has set it up correctly, the tool can make one – or a thousand, or a hundred thousand – perfect parts with litt...

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