At IWF 2016 in Atlanta, visitors had a chance to get an up-close look at the very anticipated GS Router, a 2016 Challengers Award Finalist. With speed and precision, the GS bridges the gap between nesting on a conventional CNC router and cutting books of panels on a beam saw.
With speed and precision, the GS will bridge the gap between nesting on a conventional CNC router and cutting books of panels on a beam saw. It will offer the best of both worlds. With an average nest time of around 2 minutes, it can produce more than double the output of a typical CNC router.
"The future is pretty bright at this moment," says Giben Anderson CEO Mark Craig. "We're in a good period, and we are taking full advantage of it."