The French company Thibaut, which specialises in the manufacture of sawing and polishing machines and machining centres for the stone and ceramics sector, has released the new version of its T812 machining centre. This 5th version of the machining centre retains the features that have made this model so successful. Moreover, this machining centre is available in 3 or 4 axis versions to adapt to your machining needs on natural stone and ceramics.
The new T812 is a true 3- or 4-axis CNC machining centre and has been developed around the requests that you, craftsman and industrialist, have made to us. This is why we have redesigned it to be the most versatile, the most efficient and the easiest to use possible. It is the fruit of more than 60 years of experience in the design of multifunction machines dedicated to stone working.
The T812 V5 CNC machining centre brings its share of innovations and thanks to its versatility, it is equally suitable for funerals and decoration.
Here are the 8 elements that will make you prefer this new Thibaut machining centre to the rest of the machines available on the market.
This machine has been created for workshops that wish to increase their productivity and keep the quality of their work thanks to their expertise.
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