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ShopBot launches virtual workshop

ShopBot Tools, a CNC router manufacter, has launched a rapidly growing virtual workshop for ShopBot customers and CNC users.

The Virtual ShopBot Workshop is part of a commitment that ShopBot made 24 years ago to make CNC accessible to small and mid-sized manufacturing, according to the company.

“ShopBot is unlike any other CNC company – we build our own tools and we use our tools to make things; we use them in production, and we use them in our own home shops. We understand the applications. We appreciate concerns of new users and of experienced users. We know how to put the tools to work. The Virtual Workshop lets us share the experience and expertise of ShopBot employees who have worked with CNC technology in production as well as in their own shops,” ShopBot COO Jeanne Taylor said in a statement.

“We make it a point to stay engaged with our customers and if, because of the challenges in this new world, we can’t do it in person then we’ll do it online, over the phone, and via video conference platforms. If this is the new normal – we’re all in – here in the U.S. designing, building, and helping CNC tool owners succeed in this new future.”

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