Eleven Auto - PCB Proto Typing Machine

Auto Lab replaces Eleven Auto. This model employs Auto-Tool-Change mechanism and achieves a low price, while its specification exceeds Eleven Auto. Up to 10 tools are available for automatic tool change. The standard spindle motor is made in Japan with high quality and less runout. Tool change employs the electrical function without using the air compressor.

(Note: Spindle motor installed on Auto Lab 100 is not made in Japan. Air compressor required.)

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  • Model

    Auto Lab

    Minimum pattern width (mm)

    0.1 (4 mil)

    Minimum milling width (mm)

    0.1 (4 mil)

    Working area (X/Y/Z) (mm)

    229 x 300 x 45 *7
    (9.0" x 11.8" x 1.8")

    Table size (X/Y) (mm)

    296 x 370 (11.6" x 14.5")

    Control axis

    X, Y, Z

    Control motor

    Stepper Motor

    Resolution (µm) *3

    0.156 (0.00614 mil)

    Maximum Travel Speed (mm/sec.) *1

    55 (2.17")

    Spindle speed min-1 (rpm)
    Spindle motor

    5,000 - 62,000
    DC Brushless Spindle

    Drilling (mm)

    0.2 - 3.175 (8 - 125 mil)

    Maximum drilling cycle (cycles/min.) *2


    Maximum thickness of processed material (mm) *4

    30 (1.18")

    Tool change

    Automatic / 10

    Milling method





    Compressed air (Mpa)


    Power consumption

    100 - 240 V, 50-60 Hz, 200VA

    Machine dimensions
    W x D x H (mm)

    435 x 575 x 430 (17.2" x 23" x 17")
    With cabinet: 500 x 580 x 450 (19.7" x 23" x 18")

    Machine weight (kg)

    Approx. 34 (76 lbs)
    With cabinet: Approx. 44 (99 lbs)


    One USB or one RS-232C port

    Standard equipment

    Fiducial positioning camera 30x (USB)*5
    10 Pieces Auto Tool Change
    Software: EASY CAD, Conversion & CAM

    Options and accessories

    Cabinet (requires assembly)
    Vacuum table
    Ring-setter / Precision ring-setter (manual)
    Drilling ring
    Microscope 100x
    Vacuum cleaner

    Starter kit

    Connecting Cable (RS232C / USB)
    Magnifying glass 10x
    Extension hose for Vacuum cleaner


    End mills

    Drill bit

    Router bit

    *1 Optimum speed for cutting depends on tool, material of board and so on.
    *2 This is a repeat count of drill's up and down on the maximum stroke.
    Optimum strokes depends on the diameter of tool.
    *3 The smallest traveling figures for ordering each 3 axes movement.
    They do not represent the accuracy of axis positioning.
    *4 Value of the thickness of the material on the work table.
    This value does not show the maximum drilling stroke.
    *5 Maximum useful magnification depends on the size of the screen.
    *7 z-axis stroke 50mm