Stiles to show Homag’s new line of CNC equipment at IWF 2018
July 10, 2018 | 1:55 pm CDT
Homag Centateq N-500 nested based router.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Stiles Machinery will offer a look at some of their new CNC equipment for manufacturers of all sizes at this year’s International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, August 22-25, 2018.

Included in Stiles range of CNC technology on display at this year’s show will be Homag’s new line of CNC technology. This will be the first time Homag’s newly designed machines will be available to the North American market since their recent launch at the Holz-Handwerk fair in Nuremberg, Germany.

Included in this new line of CNC machines is the Homag Centateq N-500 nested based router. Made in the United States, the Centateq N-500 is a nesting machine for high-speed processing and precision over the total working width. Featuring increased drilling and tool changing capabilities, C-Axis with Flex5 functionality and touch-screen controls, the Centateq N-500 offers new CNC technology for manufacturers of all sizes.

Homag Centateq N-300

Stiles will also showcase the Homag Centateq N-300 series router featuring a new compact machine platform for manufacturers who require power and efficiency in a smaller footprint. The Centateq N-300 series requires a 30 percent smaller operating footprint, and a 50 percent smaller non-operating footprint compared to a traditional Homag CNC router.

Drillteq V-200

At IWF, Stiles will also highlight Homag’s CNC machining centers including the Drillteq V-200, which features a vertical machining footprint that requires minimal floor space. For more information about Stiles’ line of CNC machinery, visit the Stiles booth #5035 and #5053 at IWF 2018, or see

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