Chris Corrales to address Cabinet Makers Association October 16
October 3, 2019 | 3:23 pm CDT
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Chris Corrales, the owner of CNC Factory, will address the Cabinet Makers Association at breakfast October 16, one day before the Wood Pro Expo Lancaster event Oct 17-19.
LANCASTER, PA –  Chris Corrales, the owner of CNC Factory, will address the Cabinet Makers Association at breakfast October 16,  one day before the Wood Pro Expo Lancaster event Oct 17-18.  The breakfast and Wood Pro Expo will be held at The Warehouse Hotel at the Nook, 75 Champ Blvd Manheim, Pennsylvania. Corrales will speak to cabinet makers about:       
  •  How to get the most capacity from your CNC machine
  • How to choose the best CNC for your business right now-- and three years from now.                                                                                           
CNC Factory designs, builds and manufactures CNC machines in Santa Ana, CA.  The company recently expanded its showroom floor with new CNC models,  the CNC University training facility, and corporate offices.  “We are excited about the future of woodworking in the USA and all the opportunities before business owners- right now," Corrales said. "Between all the rebuilding that must be done, and the expansions that developers are planning, woodworking in the US will proliferate even more and our job is to be ready.” 
 
After breakfast at the Warehouse Hotel, the CMA group will tour:
  • School Specialty in Lancaster
  • Meridian Products in New Holland, PA.
  • Seven Trees Woodworking in New Holland
 
 
For free Wood Pro Expo hall admission enter code CNCFAC19 when registering at: WoodProExpo.com
 
CNC Factory is demonstrating its new DriverlessTM Python XPR at Wood Pro Expo October 17 and 18 in booth 210. This robust, 2019 Visionary Award finalist CNC, reaches a pinnacle of engineering that combines third generation (3G) robotic loading, spoil board cleaning, unloading and now CNC Factory Printing and Labeling. Users benefit from multi-directional graphic and text labeling instructions on nested materials so woodworkers always know which edges need post production attention, and operators never lose track of cut pieces. In addition, Cabinet Vision software allows printing in various orientations. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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