Bringing Stinger CNC Routers into the Classroom

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Studica Ltd., our Canadian office, completed another CAMaster Stinger I install recently for a school in Ontario. The flexibility and functionality of the Stinger line of CNC Routers combined with their excellent price has made CAMaster very popular with Canadian Schools. Studica currently offers CNC Routers in Canada only.

Robust CNC Router

CNC RouterThe Stinger I is an exceptionally robust CNC Router with a 25”x36” cutting size. The bench top design of the Stinger I makes it an easy fit for the High School shop while still allowing for a very high quality end product. The Stinger I makes CNC wood manufacturing an easy subject to teach and to learn while offering the students an unparalleled end product. The Stinger I is an affordable bench top Router with the capabilities of its larger Stinger brothers, even capable of matching any production grade CNC Router.

Stinger CNC Routers

The Stinger II and Stinger III offer larger cutting areas and the same rock solid features of the Stinger I. With a durable and sturdy welded steel frame and precision bearings on hardened steel rails each Stinger can offer an excellent cutting speed with smooth travel and a Repeatability of 0.002”.

CNC Router StingerMultiple upgrades are available for the Stinger line. These Routers come standard with everything required as well as quite a few added features.  On top of this, multiple Spindle Upgrades are available, several work surface options and work holding methods exist, and the Recoil Indexing Lathe offers a unique feature and many exciting possibilities.

The Recoil Indexing Lathe is a side mounted Lathe Spindle which does not interfere with the table top routing.  The Router Head moves bi-directionally along the length of the material in the Lathe to do the carving.  The work material can be rotated 360 degrees and the length of material is only limited to the size of the router table. The Stinger III for example will care lengths up to 96” with a 12” diameter. Making difficult 3D carvings on cylindrical parts is quite an easy task now and this offers the students an abundance of new possibilities when choosing or designing their projects.

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