New CNC to demo its newest generation machine at Wood Pro Expo
September 17, 2019 | 9:09 pm CDT
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New CNC's Talent T3 machining center features clean-sweep technology.

LANCASTER, Pa. - New CNC, of Holland, Mich., will demonstrate the Talent T3, its latest generation automated panel processing center, at Wood Pro Expo.

New CNC said the Talent T3 optimizes the auto load and unload attachments and is geared toward growing cabinet shops and to manufacturers who have limited space but need to maximize their production. Clean-sweep technology readies the machine to process the next panel. The company added that one worker operating the machine can produce two full kitchen cabinet assemblies per day.

WPE attendees can see the New CNC Talent T3 in action at booth #116, including during the WPE Running Machine Program.

For more information about the Talent T3, visit newcnc.com.

About Wood Pro Expo
Wood Pro Expo is a regional event for woodworking businesses that brings together suppliers and experts for a localized presentation of equipment and supply solutions. WPE includes a strong educational program on best practices for shop production - including CNC basics, employee recruitment, finishing, lean manufacturing, business management, software, and shop safety - and an expo floor with equipment and supplies geared to small and medium-size shops.

The Fall 2019 Wood Pro Expo takes place Oct. 17-18 at the Spooky Nook Sports Center in Manheim, Pa., near Lancaster. For information visit woodproexpolancaster.com

For exhibitor information contact Lewis Goldman at lewis@woodproexpo.com or phone 800-969-2212. 

 

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