New Python XPR from CNC Factory

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CNC Factory rings in 2019 with its new ‘driverless’ Python XPR with auto loading and unloading capabilities.

Other features include spoil board self cleaning, robotic labeling and printing, laser measuring for critically precise depth-cutting, and part marking for post-production processes such as edgebanding and fastener inserting.

“The time of dedicated CNC operators is a thing of the past,” Chris Corrales, owner and director of operations of CNC Factory, said in a statement says. “The Python does all the thinking for the user. With these labor-saving and time-saving features, the 2019 Python XPR lets the operator push a button and collect the finished labeled and marked product.”

The 2019 Python XPR is produced in the USA at CNC Factory’s Santa Ana facility. With auto loading and unloading it sells for $74,000, according to the company.

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