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CNC Router vs a Cut Center

Learn how a Cut Center can save you time and money over a traditional CNC Router

Jody Wilmes (Cut Ready Product Manager), helps you understand the differences between the Cut Center and a regular CNC machine. Jody provides an in-depth look at what it takes to successfully operate each machine, and lists some of the additional expenses and things to consider when shopping for an automated solution for your application. He also takes you on a walk-around tour of the Cut Ready Cut Center to learn how every component of this powerful machine has been designed to help make it easy to operate and maintain. See how simple it is to design a cabinet and add it to the job, and finally, cut out that cabinet job.

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Phone Number: 812-937-4476
Email: sales@thermwood.com
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