CNC Factory’s new Python XPR does the heavy lifting and decision making for the end-user, according to the manufacturer. The CNC machine features automated loading and unloading, robotic material alignment, and more.
Company owner Chris Corrales says he designed the machine for profitability, speed, and ease of use.
“With only 15 minutes of safety training you are ready to go and as the parts come out, they tell you exactly what needs to happen with them. The learning curve of two months and having a dedicated operator that needs specific knowledge for operation is now a thing of the past for this third-generation machine,” says Corrales.
The new Python XPR has a long list of grow-as-you-grow features including a 12-hp HSD air-cooled spindle, 12-tool rotary tool changer, direct helical rack-and-pinion gearing, and dual layer, high flow vacuum system.
“The Python conquers long, complex, multi-tool tasks efficiently from one to 50 sheets with just one push of a button. It’s user friendly and needs only one operator to run in either robotic or manual mode,” Corrales adds.
The new Python XPR with a 4’ x 8’ table sells for a base price of $74,900. Larger and custom table sizes are available. All sales include training and life-long customer support.
For more, visit www.cncfactory.com.
This article originally appeared in the July 2019 issue.