Are you cutting a slab of natural or synthetic stone to make a kitchen worktop, and after cutting you discover that the two pieces have significantly different thicknesses when you fit them together? The result is completely unacceptable, for both you and your customer! And now what?
Transporting large marble blocks to and from the machining center can be challenging due to their size and weight. Initially, the block is heavy, and after being sculpted, it becomes lighter and more fragile. In the past, the aluminum table sometimes hindered marble workers while processing large blocks, but not anymore.
For the past three years, the Staatliche Berufsschule institute in Eichstätt, Germany has been using two CMS Stone Technology machine models, the Brembana G-Rex and the Brembana Milestone, to train its students. These machines are equipped to teach students how to use them at the institute before they move on to a company to gain practical experience and become specialists in the field of stone machining.