The Museum of the

The CMC-1


(The Museum does not currently own one of these machines - we would GLADLY accept a donation of one!)

The CMC-1 is a designation that came as a surprise to us. This is the only "CMC" machine we have ever seen. We know nothing about it, it's special purposes or applications. It showed up on the eBay auction site and we were not able to be the high bidder.  It was made by the Cutawl Company in Bethel, CT.  The case shape places it as one of the "modern" machines as it looks a great deal like the K-11 - but with super new adjustable guiding arms.  It is included here as a visual proof that it does exist and we hope that we will be able to shed more light on it in the future. Stay tuned!

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Last Updated: March 21, 2006