For AWFS 2021, Thermwood Corporation, an innovator in the design and manufacture of 3 and 5 Axis CNC Routers, is proud to demonstrate two systems. We’ll have our versatile and affordable CabinetShop 43 510-8 and our powerful Cut Ready Cut Center machining on site.
We will be machining plastic sheets, signs, outdoor furniture and nested based applications on our CabinetShop 43 510-8 CNC Router. This machine features a 5'x10' base with a 5'x8' table, allowing it to offer 21 tooling positions with its automatic bar style tool changer. It also has an improved dual pipe dust collection system, programmable pop-up pins, auto tool length measurement and an automatic lubrication system. This configuration is also available as a 512-10, with a 10 foot table on a 12 foot base. Auto labeling and an unload rake system for nested based production are also available as an option.
Cut Ready Cut Center
Thermwood will also be demonstrating the award-winning Cut Ready Cut Center. This powerful system helps you quickly and easily create most products a cabinet shop would want to make without a CNC programmer (cabinets, furniture, doors, drawers, moldings, stair stringers and much more). Just tell it what you want to make via a simple touch-screen interface, and it makes it. Or, you can operate it as a traditional CNC router.
Most people can operate it with little or no training or guidance. It is complete, fully contained with all the ancillary equipment smoothly integrated into a package that almost runs itself.
Check us out in Booth #1701
We'll be demonstrating live on both machines during the show, as well as operating an eCabinet Systems kiosk. Our eCabinet Systems expert will be designing nested-based applications on the fly to send to the CabinetShop 43 to be machined. In addition to our Cut Center live demonstrations, we will also have two Cut Ready kiosks, where you can explore the software and see just how easy it is to design most things a cabinet shop would want to make.
Please visit our booth (#1701) and speak to a Thermwood representative to learn more about these two powerful and affordable additions to any shop!
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