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2012-12 CO2 laser option available now!

2010-10 Various UBUNTU presentation fests are planned for 4th. quarter 2010....

2010-08 Since 1968 we guide and assist customers with professional or hobby needs for CNC-fabricated parts. That's why we design and manufacture not just high-end capital equipment but also low-cost entry...

2009-08 CNC-operators having Xplot-machines can use either WINDOWS, MAC or LINUX workstations for their daily production. This month however, computer and Operating System differences have another meaning ...

2008-12 AutoCAD has been ported to the Linux desktop!

2007-05 Inventor Frank Stelzer died May 20th. 2007

2007-03 The massive Xplot-8000 Gantry for Wide and Large Flat Bed machines already had unique options like double or quad Y/Z-axes and Tools. Common European roadsign standards are to be expected soon. Th...

2007-02 M.A.C. designs and builds professional Universal 4-axes Flatbed Machines which are assembled from custom WaterJet Cut Parts and Laser Cut parts. Available now for Hobby & DIY CNC-customers as well...

2007-01 Universal, high-speed, low-cost DSP-CNC controller now controls from 2 up to 7-axis machines, even without a host computer connected.

2006-06 Media Tray will hold down your media with vacuum while printing / cutting / routing...

2006-01 Down Under Duncanson Yachts of Australia designs boats with unequalled properties when it comes to strength, cost and computer assisted manufacturing. Above all this, they sail and look good! Ian ...

2005-05 The FFPE or Stelzer Motor and Rapid Manufacturing. First steps outside the LAB towards a breakthrough...

2005-04 OEM and System Integrators have access now to an unique concept which allows them to get their own brand 4-7 Axes CNC-machine. Use the know-how and experience of Xplot-MAC to reduce costs an...

2004-09 Xplot-MAC invented an ultra light all-aluminum HEATED VACUUM MEDIA TRAY (HVMT) for wide and/or large format inkjet printer use. These Media Trays can carry a 20kg load, hold it down with adequate v...