CNC Controls

CNC or Computer Numerical Controls are the operating system or brain of a CNC system. A controller completes the all important link between a computer system and the mechanical components of a CNC machine. The controller's primary task is to receive conditioned signals from a computer or indexer and interpret those signals into mechanical motion through motor output. There are several components that make up a controller and each component works in unison to produce the desired motor movement.


Entry level control - Basic standard machines up to 4 axes/spindles

828D Basic

Mid Range control - Turning and Milling operations


New standards of ruggedness and ease of operation in the compact CNC class


High End 5-axis Simultaneous - best in the CNC premium class

FANUC 0i-MF Plus

Easy to use, enhanced basic functions. the latest model of the 0i Series


Simultaneously controlled axes: Max 4, 3 if Contouring Spindle Configured


Simultaneously controlled axes: Max 4

Simple synchronous control

M700 Series

Cutting edge Nano Control

High-precision die/mold cutting

M800 D-Cubes

Latest model Mitsubishi control

Phenomenal processing speed

Syntech 6MA

Syntech 6MA

Milling CNC Control, Ethernet Fast Program Transmission


Exclusive to Kitamura Machines

Std. with 19” LCD & dual keyboard

About Company

Our clients range from FTSE companies, to large organisations and some small local businesses who are striving to expand.

To see a detailed list of our works and the progress please see our project page.

Cape Town Office

25 Mail Street, Western Province Park, Epping, Cape Town, 7460
+27 21 534 5351
FAX: +27 21 534 3374

Johannesburg Office

Corner of Atlas and Templehof South Road, Bonaero Park, Johannesburg
+27 11 970 7005
FAX: +27 86 678 9360