Thermwood's Cut Ready Cut Center allows users to make virtually anything a cabinet shop would want to make, with no programming required.
Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb honored 76 Indiana companies and organizations with the 2020 Governor's Century or Half Century Business Award.
Thermwood machine owner Rind Routing in South Africa was initially devastated to be forced to close down their business due to Covid-19. According to owner Rayno von Schlicht, “Although the initial feeling was that this wouldn’t last very long, as a business owner, I was terribly concerned of the knock-on effect that a three-week downtime would have on my business.”
Thermwood debuted new features for its Cut Ready series during its 2019 AWFS demonstration, which took place in July at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Thermwood’s Cut Ready Series is the first CNC that doesn't need a programmer according to the company.
Attendees will have the opportunity to see how to run the Cut Center that can reportedly make almost anything a cabinet shop would want to make with no programming.
This option allows parts to be printed that are as long as the machine table itself.
The Thermwood Cut Ready CNC router has helped Byrne Custom Woodworking achieve maximum panel yield in its underground shop.