Introducing FAB - An Open-Source CNC Machine for Accessible Panel Milling
Additionally, Mekanika's open-source plans allow for easy customization and repair, and the machine's modular design means it can be easily brought into your workshop through the front door. The company also offers CNC video tutorials to help users learn how to master their machine, with a team of experts ready to support them at every step.
“The FAB series is the linchpin of our CNC milling offering,” said Roldan Descamps, Mekanika’s CEO. “With the EVO, we wanted to offer a desktop CNC machine for hobbyists looking to experiment with the technology. With PRO, you had a much more robust machine for more precise and accurate milling. The FAB is meant for professionals looking to speed up their production process with an accessible machine.”
The Mekanika FAB will be available for pre-order starting on March 21st, with a special launch price of 11,900€ excluding taxes for a machine with all add-ons (spindle, interface, onboarded computer, dust collection system, spoiler board).
For more information on the FAB CNC milling machine, please visit the Mekanika website.
Mekanika is a Belgian startup whose ambition is to make local production more accessible. We produce desktop machines for screen printing and CNC milling, which have been recognized for their quality and ease of use, with open-source plans allowing over one thousand makers to adapt their tools to their specific needs.