BURLINGTON, Ontario -  A unique CNC machine from AXYZ International specifically designed for cabinetmaking and woodworking applications will make is WMS debut next month. Optimus includes software, dedicated machinery, and a range of specially designed options.
 
Burlington, Ontario-based AXYZ International launched the original Optimus at IWF 2016, then showed further updates at AWFS Fair in Las Vegas this summer. AXYZ  will be exhibiting Optimus along with specially selected products and technologies at the International Centre in Toronto in Booth #2129. 
 
"Optimus is more than just a machine," says Greg Jenkins, VP Sales for AXYZ International. "It's a complete solution including software, dedicated machine and a range of specially designed options." 
 
Since its 2016 launch, AXYZ has added additional functionality to the Optimus, including re-engineering the Optimus chip collection pressure foot and fine-tuning the motion parameters for accuracy and productivity. By incorporating the latest industry technology into the Optimus, AXYZ says it can offer better performance and make cabinet and woodworking jobs quicker, more efficient, and more accurate.
 
“The Optimus is ideally suited for woodworking with a 24,000 RPM heavy-duty cycle spindle for tackling high production and low production jobs,” said John Donaldson, new business development manager for AXYZ International. 
 
AXYZ’s Optimus combines a customized machine configuration, dedicated training and support and a range of specially designed machine options, all from one source. Compatible with all industry known software, Optimus can ensure cabinetmakers and woodworkers’ jobs are made easier and more efficient.
AXYZ International is a global manufacturer of CNC router and knife cutting systems. From a two-man beginning in 1990 to now, AXYZ has manufactured, sold, installed and supported over 10,500 CNC machines for use in a variety of applications. AXYZ conducts business in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Poland and India. www.axyz.com. 

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