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International Sign Expo 2010 - Thermwood Pics

Posted by Duane Marrett on Thu, Apr 08, 2010

Tags: Thermwood, Trade Shows, Technology, i-cut, substrates, signs, sign industry, SR43, SignRouter 43, Orlando, Sign, Point of Purchase, International Sign Expo

Today is the first day of the International Sign Expo in Orlando, FL.  The Expo runs through Saturday April 10th, and Thermwood is exhibiting our SignRouter 43 with i-cut on hand, machining sign materials ranging from acrylic to a wide variety of substrates, as well as a few surprises!

Plan to stop by Booth #2680 to see us in action and pick up a souvenier for yourself.

Here is a pic of the action at our booth. 

Please check our Twitter Account for ongoing uploads from the show.

 Thermwood Booth at the International Sign Expo 2010

Thermwood at the International Sign Expo 2010

Posted by Duane Marrett on Wed, Mar 31, 2010

Tags: Thermwood, Trade Shows, Technology, i-cut, substrates, signs, sign industry, SR43, SignRouter 43, Orlando, Sign, Point of Purchase, International Sign Expo

Thermwood will be exhibiting at the International Sign Expo 2010, held April 8th-10th in Orlando, Florida. 

Thermwood at the International Sign Expo 2010

International Sign Expo 2010
April 8th-10th
Booth #2680
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL

We will have a SignRouter 43 with i-cut on hand, machining sign materials ranging from acrylic to a wide variety of substrates, as well as a few surprises!

Plan to stop by Booth #2680 to see us in action and pick up a souvenier for yourself.

SignRouter 43 Information: 

The SR43 is capable of machining flat and three-dimensional signs using wood, aluminum, composites, chip core, rigid foam, plastics, acrylic, non-ferrous metals and other various types of materials as well as operating as a traditional sign-making machine using optional i-cut Vision camera and software (these highly capable systems accurately trim printed signs, automatically compensating for distortion or rotation in the printed image).

Thermwood SignRouter 43 at the International Sign Expo 2010

 

Thermwood Impact-Resistant Head and Continuous C-Axis Rotation Video Demonstrations

Posted by Duane Marrett on Mon, Mar 29, 2010

Tags: Thermwood, CNC, New, CNC Routers, 5 Axis, Technology, Model 67, Product Information, Continuous C-Axis Rotation, Impact Resistant Head

Impact Resistant Head - A positive locating joint between the axis 5 arm and the rest of the machine.  Decreases the amount of force applied to the head in the event of a collision, diminishes the need for realignment and reduces fixture and spindle damage.


Thermwood Continuous C-Axis Rotation with Impact Resistant Head on Model 67 - Video Demonstration

For the first time offered together, the Thermwood Continuous C-Axis Rotation and Impact Resistant Head. The Continuous C-Axis allows the machine to perform complex motions that require multiple rotations of the C-Axis, and then quickly return to home. With the Impact Resistant Head, the machine stays in tram even after a crash of the head.

Thermwood CabinetShop 45 CNC Pen Project

Posted by Duane Marrett on Thu, Dec 03, 2009

Tags: CNC, CNC Routers, 3 Axis, CabinetShop, Technology, Model 45, smart, Customer, education, ball state, drawing

The members of projectione recently utilized the 3 Axis CabinetShop 45 CNC Router at Associated Fabrication in New York to create several cool projects.

The first is a combination of CNC Router and a set of drafting and art pens to draw abstracted versions of character sketches.  For more information on this process, please click here:

CNC Pen Project on CS45 by projectione

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bamco Custom Woodworking is awarded $2.77 million dollar loan for green finishing

Posted by Duane Marrett on Wed, Oct 21, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, CNC Routers, Productivity, Model 45, Customer, Canada, Green

Click here for more information 

Bamco Custom Woodworking is a Thermwood machine owner:

Guelph Ont.-based cabinetmaker Bamco Custom Woodworking has received a $2.77 million loan from the Ontario government under the Advanced Manufacturing Investment Strategy (AMIS) program. Economic Development Minister Sandra Pupatello made the announcement in early October in Guelph.

"We proposed a project to the Ontario government whereby we would bring in some very high-end finishing equipment from Italy to help us create a 100% water-based finishing system," says Bamco president Bill Van De Ven. The equipment, he says, will also allow the company to create a high gloss buff-less finish. "Currently most high gloss finishes are sprayed on and then buffed to a gloss. This equipment that we bought is so advanced that you won't need to buff it - it will come out with a glass or mirror finish without the hands-on buffing."

Bamco will become one of the first manufacturers in North America to offer the environmentally friendly finishing process. "From a marketing standpoint we plan on targeting companies that would traditionally import that product from Italy or Germany - give them a North American solution," says Van De Ven.

Vice-president of business development, John Fazari says the finishing system also gives the company an edge with businesses in the U.S. "We're not competing with the American dollar so much as with the euro because this product is not available in Canada and the U.S. the way that it will be when we're finished."

Doug Weidner, brand director for Bamco's DolceMano cabinet series, says the new technology will allow them to offer a high quality "green" product. "It gives our dealers a huge advantage in the market."

The finishing system is expected to be up and running in early 2010. It's anticipated that it will help create approximately 70 jobs over the next five years.

Thermwood at the SAMPE Fall Technical Conference in Wichita, KS

Posted by Duane Marrett on Wed, Oct 21, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, Trade Shows, education, Video, SAMPE

If you are in the Wichita, KS area, come check out the Thermwood booth at the SAMPe Fall Technical Conference.  The conference runs through October 21st.  Thermwood is Booth #810.  We have posted pics on our Twitter account 

http://www.twitter.com/thermwood

 

SAMPE Fall Technical Conference in Wichita, KS

$7,500 Credit from 20-20 Technologies and Thermwood

Posted by Duane Marrett on Fri, Sep 25, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, 20-20, Credit, Limited Time

Thermwood Corporation 

20-20 Technologies

A Win-Win Situation:

To help celebrate the partnership of two industry leaders, Thermwood customers who purchase a new machine before October 30th can now also receive a double credit on the purchase of ShopWare CAD from 20-20 Technologies.

How It Works:

Buyers completing the attached document get a $5,000 credit from 20-20 Technologies and an additional $2,500 credit from Thermwood Corporation toward the purchase of ShopWare CAD.  That's a total of $7,500 off ShopWare CAD for Thermwood customers who purchase a new Thermwood CNC Router before October 30th.

http://www.thermwood.com/partenershipWMS.PDF

 For more information, please contact Thermwood at 1-800-533-6901
sales@thermwood.com or 20-20 Technologies at 1-866-698-2020.

Thermwood demonstrates the CabinetShop 43 at WMS Expo in Toronto, Canada

Posted by Duane Marrett on Thu, Sep 24, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, eCabinet Systems, CNC, control nesting, New, CNC Routers, Productivity, Nested Base, Trade Shows, edgebanding, CabinetShop, Model 43, Cabinet, High Performance, cabinets, nested based, QuickCut, 43, Low Cost, Easy, edgebander, CNC Automation, WMS, Fravol

Today is the first day at the WMS show in Toronto where our Canadian Dealer, CNC Automation has a very nice booth with a couple of Thermwood CNC Routers including the New CabinetShop43. We are continualy adding pictures from the show to our TwitPic account. You can view them here:

http://www.twitpic.com/photos/thermwood

You can also follow Thermwood, CNC Automation and the WMS show on our twitter page or blog:

http://www.twitter.com/thermwood

The booth consists of two Thermwood routers, CabinetShop45 and CabinetShop43., and two Fravol Edgebanders, S4 and S7.  They are demonstrating eCabinet Systems and QuickCut on the CS43, cutting random cabinets and 20-20 Technologies is sending files to the CS45.

The CS45 is also creating furniture for Canada's Habitat for Humanity. Once the parts are cut on the machine, they will get edgebanding, finished and assembled right there in the booth, so there are other secondary type of machines within the booth.

 Here are a couple of pics of the CNC Automation /Thermwood booth at the opening of the show:

 Thermwood Booth at the strart of the WMS Expo in Toronto, Canada

Assembling cabinets cut on the CabinetShop 43 at the WMS Expo in Toronto, Canada

 

Thermwood CabinetShop 43 Performance Videos

Posted by Duane Marrett on Fri, Sep 11, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, CNC, New, CNC Routers, wood, Productivity, Woodworking, Nested Base, 3 Axis, Announcements, CabinetShop, Model 43, Cabinet, High Performance, Cost, cabinets, Video, nested based, Product Information, Gen2, QuickCut, 43, Low Cost, Easy, wood carving, Purchase, carving

We've created a couple of videos demonstrating the superior performance of the CabinetShop 43 in a variety of applications.  The first is the Carving of an inset carving, and the second is Cabinet Cutting.

 

About the CabinetShop 43:  The CabinetShop 43 offers premium performance not normally seen at this price point. For example, it has positioning speeds to 3,180 inches per minute and programmed cutting speeds to 2,250 Inches per minute. The actual speed at which you can cut is determined more by tooling and material than by the machine, but its speed is indicative of the overall solid CNC performance of the CabinetShop 43.

Updated Thermwood QuickCut Video

Posted by Duane Marrett on Fri, Sep 04, 2009

Tags: Thermwood, CNC, software, CNC Routers, 3 Axis, Announcements, CabinetShop, Cabinet, smart, Video, nested based, QuickCut, 43, Easy, super controller

We've created an updated QuickCut video that shows how easy and powerful the entire process is:

About QuickCut:  QuickCut is available on all Thermwood CabinetShop series machines and offers the fastest, easiest and simplest possible way to make custom cabinets. Everything is done right at the machine. You don't need separate computers, design software, networks or anything else other than the machine.

Please Click Here for more information on QuickCut