Woodworking Techniques and Advice

When is buying a used CNC your best option?

Written by R.W. Lee Monday, 15 May 2017 00:00

Sticker shock is a predictable reaction from small shops looking to purchase their first CNC setups for cabinet parts production. New high-end American- or European-made machines are in the neighborhood of $125,000 to $250,000. Mid-range machines with fewer features and options range from $75,000 to $100,000.



Honesty is the best policy for a good CNC sales rep

Written by Jay Hilligrass Monday, 10 April 2017 00:00

The question I’m most often asked is, “What should I consider when buying a CNC router?”



Easy learning curve for Cabinet Vision software

Written by R.W. Lee Monday, 13 March 2017 00:00

Some cabinetmakers view design software as too complicated and hard to learn. However, if they would take a moment to think about how they learned their trade and their knowledge of parts manufacturing and assembly, it might not seem so daunting.



Lead by example as you integrate CNC systems

Written by R.W. Lee Monday, 13 February 2017 00:00

Nothing sells a CNC machine like a live demonstration. Customers gather around and marvel at the precise movements, instead of focusing on the software that makes the machine do its magic.



Next-gen joinery system can save time and boosts profits

Written by R.W. Lee Monday, 16 January 2017 00:00

NextWave Automation has paired a fence and router lift to create the Ready2Rout joinery system, which makes setting up a router table to cut blind and half-blind dovetails, box joints, dados and rabbets as easy a pressing a button.



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