Masterwood America Brings CNC Machines to IWF 2014
Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 07/03/2014 2:12PM
Scott Kauphusman, Masterwood America. CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI – Woodworking machinery maker Masterwood America will exhibit its CNC machinery at IWF 2014 in Atlanta as it re-enters the U.S. market.
The woodworking machinery venture was announced in April by Masterwood SpA, based in Rimini, Italy, and partner Scott Kauphusman of Machine Tool Camp in Chippewa Falls, WI.
"Masterwood America, has been established to ensure stability, technical expertise, and depth of experience for both customers and distributors," the company said in April. "By embedding Masterwood within an existing company, Masterwood America customers can be assured of an already successful infrastructure and staff that is crucial to a seamless re-entry into the U.S. market."
Machine Tool Camp focuses on re manufacturing CNC machinery; the Masterwood America comprises its new machinery line for woodworking manufacturers.
Masterwood 5 Axis CNC M5 nesting line. Among the latest offerings from Masterwood is the M5, a CNC machining center with 5 controlled axis equipped with matrix table for nesting operations on wood or its derivatives, plastic or composite materials.
It can be equipped with a labeling device, automatic loading and unloading systems that makes it a work cell for high productivity for furniture and all types of panel machining, says Masterwood.
Masterwood has been producing woodworking machines for more than 40 years, assisting the furniture, case goods, general woodwork, and plastics industries. Kauphusman now handles importing, selling and servicing Masterwood equipment within the United States.
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