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Which SmartBench model is right for me?

This article will show you the differences between each of the SmartBench models, so that you can choose the features that are right for you.

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We offer 3 SmartBench models: Standard, Precision, and PrecisionPro. 


Our Standard model is made for those on a budget. The SC0 spindle has manual speed control and an OZ collet system. 


SmartBench Precision is our mid-range model, with digital spindle control and an ER16 collet system.

Digital spindle speed control

Adjust feeds and speeds throughout the job, using commands in the job file or console controls.

Overload detection

SmartBench will automatically detect whether the spindle is working too hard, and will auto-pause the job to prevent overload. 


This is our top-of-the-line, and most popular, SmartBench model. 

The PrecisionPro is still excellent value for money, with extra features that give it the edge when it comes to precision and ease of use.

Laser datum 

PrecisionPro comes equipped with a laser on the front of the Z Head for XY datum setting. 

it’s easy to see exactly where the centre of the laser crosshair sits over your target, making datum setting much faster - perfect for quick turnarounds.

Dual Z axis lead screws

The dual lead screws give more restraint to the Z axis, reducing deflection during plunges and retracts.

Realtime on-screen spindle monitoring

You will be able to see the load on the spindle in real time, in increments of 20%. This gives you an early indication if you need to adjust the feeds and speeds during the job. 

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Updated on Tue, 18 Jan 2022