CNC ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK USING A CNC ROUTERThorpe
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Carved molding, arches, carvings, corbels, and columns can instantly bring class and sophistication to any space. However, the difficulty of producing architectural millwork pieces has driven builders and craftsmen to forego these decorative touches or resort to workarounds like impression paintings to simulate the effect. Using a CAMaster CNC Router, design, and cutting intricate architectural millwork pieces becomes possible for any size workshop.
Producing architectural millwork applications demands solid, rigid, accurate systems. CAMaster CNC Routers address these demands because of their robust design and versatility.
Benefits of Producing CNC Architectural with a CNC Router
Benefits of using a CNC Router to produce architectural millwork pieces includes:
Accuracy: With repeatability of just 1/1000th of an inch, you get an accurate cut every single time
Reduced waste: CNC routers produce consistent products and minimize the need to scrap defective pieces.
Increased production: CNC routers work faster than machine operators to produce more parts per day.
Improved resource allocation: With the operation of CNC routers controlled by computers, machine operators become free for jobs that require human judgment and creativity, like design work.
Examples of CNC Architectural Possible from a CNC Router
Whether you run a small or a large shop, a CNC router can be configured to cut:
Moldings: A CNC router can cut large quantities of perfectly matched molding pieces
Carved beams: CNC routers can carve decorative beams for coffered ceilings.
Capital and plinth: Columns can be decorated with a carved capital and plinth made using a CNC router
Corbels: Load-bearing and decorative corbels can be produced quickly with a CNC router
Another use of a CNC router is CNC machine mold making. In this process, simple or complex molds are made using the CNC router. Parts are then cast in large quantities with the mold. Compared to the conventional methods, mold making using a CNC Router is much quicker and easier.
In addition, CNC routers can also accommodate an indexing lathe attachment to turn cylindrical pieces while carving a three-dimensional design into the surface.
Choosing a CNC Router to Make CNC Architectural
CNC routers vary in size, capacity, and features. Choosing a CNC router will require you to consider your budget, as well as your anticipated usage of the CNC router. Keep in mind that CNC architectural millwork is just one example of what a CNC router can produce and you will find that a CAMaster CNC router is one of the most versatile and useful tools in your workshop.
To learn more about CNC routers for CNC architectural millwork or to request a quote, contact us today.