IRVINE, CA - A free, downloadable color portfolio featuring the latest in CNC (computer numerical control) woodworking technology will debut at the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas, July 24-27, according to Laguna Tools, a leading creator and distributor of woodworking equipment for both professionals and serious hobbyists. CNC technology drastically reduces material waste, eliminates costly errors, measurably increases shop productivity – and allows woodworking craftsmen to take their art to an entirely different level, said Catherine Helshoj, VP of Laguna Tools “As one CNC SmartShop user put it, ‘This machine has instantly made us leaner and greener,’” Helshoj added
Laguna Tools has a CNC machine for just about any application and budget, the firm noted. From the home hobbyist to the high volume production woodworking operations, a CNC machine lower costs, boost efficiencies and increase quality control to remain competitive. Whether it’s woodworking art, cabinet and furniture making, plastic fabrication, or prototypes – CNC machines have become one of the biggest draws at any woodworking show, including the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas.
"Most companies either focus on CNC machines for professional woodworkers or avid enthusiasts – not both,” said Helshoj. “In other words, we don’t think somebody should have to settle for an inferior, cheaply built CNC machine simply because woodworking is their hobby.”
Laguna Tools will be featuring its CNC lineup at the AWFS Woodworking Fair. Visitors will have a chance to stop by Laguna's display (#7512), and see these renowned machines in operation cutting wood.
About AWFS Fair
The full-scale international AWFS®Fair, scheduled for Wednesday - Saturday, July 24 - 27, 2013 in Las Vegas, has become a critical hub for international commerce in the woodworking industry. The AWFS®Fair brings together the entire home and commercial furnishings industry, including manufacturers and distributors of machinery, hardware, lumber, construction materials and other suppliers to the furniture, cabinet manufacturers and custom woodworkers.
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