The CNC certification cart takes classroom training to a new level by allowing students to experience the complete programming, setup and operational workflow right inside the classroom.
CNC and Robotics Training

Students write, edit and verify programs using the editors and 3D solid model animation in NCGuide. They then setup tooling and workplace offsets and make the part on a real machine while still in the classroom. When they move to the workshop, students are already experience in setup and operation - so the equipment is utilized more effectively, potentially reducing the number of machines required.

Take it anywhere portability.

The CNC certification cart is designed to be ultra-portable so it can be used in any classroom at any location - including satellite campuses, industry shops for onsite training and recruiting events.

It runs on 110VAC using the standard connection that is available everywhere. It has a fold back control mount and a small footprint to fit through standard 36" doorways. It is light and is on wheels so it can be transported easily using standard pallet jacks and in elevators avoiding expensive rigging costs.

Industrial quality machine.

The certification cart machine is designed for 24/7 industrial production of small parts in a variety of materials including brass, aluminum and soft steel. It is not your typical educational lab machine, rather it is an industrial quality machine. It features high-speed 17,000 RPM, 2HP liquid cooled spindle, a surprisingly large axis motion range (16.5" x 8.5" x 7.5") and an integrated coolant system.

The eleven station automatic tool changer uses standard S20T tool holders that can accept a maximum tool size of 3/8". It is programmed with the usual Txx M06 G-code and delivers a chip-to-chip tool change time of 8-seconds. An economic tool length sensor and a touch probe are available options for training on automated setup.


Travel in X Y Z
Metric: 421 x 217 x 200 mm
S.A.E.: 16.5" x 8.5" x 7.5"
Control: Fanuc 0i Mate-MD 8.5" LCD, USB, Ethernet,Custom Macro, Coordinate Rotation, Scaling
Coolant System
​Door Interlock

With the FANUC 0i-Mate MD control, the WL-F400 is a highly reliable machine that is being used in machine shop environments to aid in the industrial production of small parts. It is also a great teaching tool for educational environments where the students learn to use the same machine controls that can be found on big CNC machines all over the world.

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FANUC America

Tech-Labs is proud to be FANUC Robotics exclusive Education Authorized Reseller in Texas and Oklahoma. FANUC’s Certified Education Robot Training system sets the standard in Industrial Robotics certification training.

FANUC Robotics industrial robots and automated systems cover a wide range of applications for the aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, food, metal fabrication, medical, pharmaceutical, solar panel, and many other industries. FANUC Robotics America is the industrial robotics industry leader with over 100,000 robots installed in the Americas and 250,000 robots installed worldwide. FANUC robots have payload capabilities ranging from 0.5kg to 1,350kg., and simulation packages, application software, force sensing, and iRVision. Our two primary robot products are the LR Mate 200iC Series & R-30iA Mate Controller and the M-1iA Cart.

As the number one supplier of intelligent robots, there are more FANUC robots working in manufacturing and industrial facilities than any other brand. FANUC robots and automated systems cover many industries from automotive to metal fabrication. The FANUC Robots Certified Education Robot Training Cell is extremely valuable to trade schools, high schools, community colleges, and engineering schools.

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Levil Technology

Levil Technology is a family oriented, Central Florida based company established in 1999. We are dedicated to the design and production of desktop CNC milling machines for education.

Levil machines are controlled with top of the line solid state technology, making them some of the most accurate and reliable machines out there. Ruben D. Leon, president and founder of Levil Technology, is a dedicated Aerospace engineer graduated from Princeton University. He has dedicated his life to automation processes and CNC milling machines.

All the staff at Levil Technology are proud to bring you innovative technology year after year, and provide you with the means to enhance your learning programs, and take your training to the next level.

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