Qualify Your Tools for Optimal Performance

Learn more about the dangers of an uncalibrated tool in your CNC router.

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If you think qualifying your tools is a step you do only once, then we have important news for you. Your tools need to be qualified, or calibrated, every time you replace one with another tool, regardless of the type of device you have installed on your machine. If you don’t, you’ll end up with cuts that are either too deep or shallower than you originally intended. You may also damage your waste board, your material, overload the tool, break the bits, or damage machine deck.

-Susan Mattine, AXYZ International

Susan Mattine

Susan Mattine

Susan Mattine is the communications and PR associate for the AXYZ Automation Group, a global manufacturer of tailored cutting solutions. She can be reached at [email protected]

Matt Dixon

Matt Dixon is the executive editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines. Before that he was served as editor of Sign & Digital Graphics and Sign Business Magazine. He can be reached at 720-566-7286.

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