Chris Corrales of CNC Factory to Speak at Cabinet Makers Association Event in Springfield, Missouri – Friday, June 22

Chris Corrales Owner of CNC Factory in Orange County CA explains how the newest CNC machines make work easier for cabinet makers.

CNC Factory Owner tells what is new in CNC's and what is newly improved. Friday June 22 at the CMA Regional Event in Springfield at Cabinet Concepts by Design

At CNC Factory we never leave customers all by themselves.”

— Chris Corrales, CNC Factory Owner

SPRINGFIELD, MO, UNITED STATES, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Chris Corrales, the owner of CNC Factory will speak to the Cabinet Makers Association at their Springfield, Missouri Regional Event – Friday, June 22. Cabinet makers from around the area will learn what is new in CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) equipment and what is newly improved. The conference will be held at Cabinet Concepts by Design, 4123 N. State Highway H in Springfield.

CNC Factory designs, builds and manufactures CNC machines in their Orange County California facility. “With CNC Factory located in the United States, we integrate new technology into CNC systems quicker and more skillfully than any other CNC manufacturer in the world,” Corrales says.

At the CMA Conference in Springfield Corrales will discuss:
1) 3rd Generation CNC Robotics – It does all the heavy lifting;

2) The new CNC Factory Printing and Marking Block – allows each cut piece to be labeled with post production instructions; and

3) The new Lockdowel Scorpion boring and insertion machine – which enables flat-pack shipping and cabinet assembly without using screws, glue or cams.

“The Lockdowel, glue-less, snap-together assembly method for cabinets and furniture is a game changer in this industry,” Chris Corrales Owner of CNC Factory says. “This is just the kind of technology breakthrough CNC Factory can incorporate quickly and expertly, and we have, with the Scorpion Lockdowel LDR machine,” Corrales says. “Our LDR machine is equipped with 3rd generation, A.I. production controls, real-time virtual support, automated gun cleaning, precise laser measuring – and it’s designed for one operator, even when working with large productions.”

Andy Patel, Owner of Designer Closets in Orlando, Florida owns a Scorpion Lockdowel Machine, a CNC router, an edgebander and a 3-D Lamination Thermalfoil Press all from CNC Factory. His company produces Lazy Lee Spinning closets for homeowners and for wholesale.

“We chose CNC Factory because I know I’m working with people in the cabinet business I get along with,” Patel explains. “Should I have an issue, who I am working with and how issues get resolved is very important. Chris and his team deliver in-house tech support with experience and treat me as a friend they know, and not just a problem they need to process.”

To see the complete Cabinet Makers Association Agenda for the June 22 CMA Springfield Conference go to:https://www.cabinetmakers.org/june-2018-springfield.html

About CNC Factory

Chris Corrales has more than 20 years of cabinet making expertise. His real-world experience inspired him to start building better CNC machines 13 years ago, with a clear goal of helping companies embrace CNC automation. His mission: To make CNC automation as common place as a table saw.

Today this vision is core as CNC Factory designs and manufactures high quality precision CNC routers, machining centers, edgebanders, Lockdowel insertion machines and thermofoil 3D presses to meet the urgent business needs of customers. At CNC Factory, providing the fastest, most accurate and dependable CNC Machines and supporting products is only the beginning of meeting customers’ needs. “We never leave them all by themselves,” Owner Chris Corrales promises.

Power up your needs with CNC Factory and capture more opportunities within your market! CNC Factory 2001 South Grand Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92705 714-581-5999, CNCFactory.com

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CNC Factory Lockdowel Scorpion Machine in action


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