Since 2014, Columbus, Ohio-based Axiom Tool Group has been offering innovative CNC routing systems that integrate technology and components from the industrial market into machines that fit the size constraints of the small shop. Now, the company is reinventing the way customers can shop for CNC machines and accessories online through a new, updated website.
Its improved navigation and functionality is designed to provide the best user-friendly experience, allowing customers to access detailed technical specifications about each Axiom machine, plus numerous product images. Then, in just a few clicks, the site enables you to build a small-format CNC system that’s designed specifically to meet your needs.
Axiom’s new online homepage is axiomprecision.com.
“We are excited to launch a fresh new look online,” says Todd Damon, president of Axiom Tool Group. “We’ve worked hard to develop a friendly and informative site that clearly outlines the mechanical and engineering advantages of the Axiom family of CNC routers.”
Axiom offers CNC solutions in a wide range of sizes for both hobbyists and industrial users. The “Hobby Series” accepts a Bosch Colt Router and has a cast-iron table. Pricing starts at $1,999. Axiom’s “Basic Series,” which start at $3,999, come with a 3-1/2-in. router mount and an interlocking aluminum table. The “Pro Series” offers a 3hp electro spindle, aluminum table and integrated liquid cooling. Prices start at $5,499 for this machine category. Working areas for all three tiers of Axiom machines range from 24- x 24-in. up to 24- x 48-in., depending on configuration.
You can outfit your new Axiom CNC system with a variety of accessories offered on the new website, too. Sold separately, those include VCarve software options, steel stands and toolboxes, dust shoes, hold down clamps or kits and Amana CNC bit sets.
The company also is introducing a new product video, Damon says. “It’s an exciting presentation which shows our Axiom CNC machines in action, and it demonstrates the quality of the components which we utilize to build every Axiom machine.
Explore the new site, and learn more about Axiom Tool Group, by clicking here.