Welcome to the official blog of Industrial CNC Routers. This Blog will be used as a resource to learn more about Industrial CNC Routers, CNC Routers, CNC Router applications and the CNC Router Industry as a whole. We will be showcasing customer projects, reviews and shared resources.
Industrial CNC Routers strives to engage in the constant pursuit of our predetermined and worthwhile goals. The foundation of which are:
provide the worlds best cnc router systems at affordable prices. Maintain our industry leading innovations and unmatched customer satisfaction by providing lifetime technical support paired with our bullet proof warranty.
Posted On: Tuesday, March 5th 2013
The Second Nature of Things...
Founded in the valley of the great Rocky Mountains is Rustic Log Furniture, a company that produces and sells log and rustic furniture items to consumers around the United States. Based in Alamosa, Colorado, it has two locations - one in Alamosa and the other in the city of Denver.
Randy Jackson, the owner of the company, started the business in 1996 while in college. He built a swing for his mother and mother-in-law for Mother's Day. Then people asked if he would make them one, too. He started making swings and logs. The business has grown to over 50 employees producing over 2,000 standard products. With the recent addition of a Pro-Series Craftsman 510, 5'X10' CNC Router System from Industrial CNC, the company realizes increased production along with the ability to create totally unique carvings, offering their customers customization on a massive scale while maintaining an affordable price point.
The company manufacturers and sells Aspen log furniture - everything you could think of. From bedrooms to living rooms to cabinets, they do it all at surprising affordable prices. A queen size log bed costs about $700. A log dining table runs about $500 with the chairs an extra $200 per each. The wood is harvested dead-standing. Then the logs are hand peeled. They sand the logs down, cut and drill the holes in them, and assemble them together. Each piece is finished with a three-coat process - stain, sealer, and topper. Production is done in batches so large retail orders are fulfilled in about a week.
Check out their website at rusticlogfurniture.com
Posted On: Wednesday, March 9th 2011
Tinder Wholesale gets the cutting edge with a new Industrial CNC Router
Tinder Wholesale of Manassas Va is a distributor of traditional wood moulding, millwork and lumber items, but is proud to offer a lo-maintenance line of products as well. To best serve the homeowner, extensive research has been conducted and the result is a group of products that save time and money on the upkeep of a home. The main focus of the company is to provide "just in time" delivery services for regional and independent retail lumber and millwork dealers, as well as housing manufacturers. Next day delivery is a reality for over 90% of their customer base.
In an effort to support their commitment to professional, on time delivery, Tinder added a Pro-Series Craftsman 510, 5'X10' CNC Router System from Industrial CNC to their arsenal of production machinery.
Check out their website at tinderwholesale.com
Posted On: Thursday, January 20th 2011
Scotty Bob: King of the Mountain with their Industrial CNC Router
At an elevation of 9,396 feet in the San Juan mountains of Colorado, there sits a restored power transfer station. In which Scotty Bob, the inventor of the BobTail Ski Design, makes skis on demand. There is no inventory in the building except for the materials to make the skis. All skis are made by only one builder from beginning to end, to ensure pride in workmanship.
Scotty Bob's is a great guy and his passion shows in the quality of his products. As Scotty says:"I HAVE THE BEST JOB IN THE WORLD!" I design and hand make skis for individual people. Not just ordinary skis but special skis unlike anything they've ever skied before. My patented design provides skiers of all skill levels with precision ski instruments that allow them to turn and control their descent on a slope to a degree they never dreamed was possible.
Check out their website at scottybob.com
Posted On: Sunday, December 26th 2010
Teton Signs: Taming the Wild West with an Industrial CNC Router
Teton Signs of Elko Nevada has started making sawdust with their new Industrial CNC Router System.
One of their first projects was creating a western themed sign for The William's Family Gun Museum. The sign incorporated several dimensional parts, relief cuts and some flat cut outs. With their newly installed Industrial CNC Router Table in place, Teton was up for the task.
The guns were designed with Vectric Software and milled out of MDF on the Industrial CNC Router.
For more information about Teton Signs follow their blog.
Posted On: Friday, October 29th 2010
Jacksonville Fl. Sign Shop and their Industrial CNC Router
Brother's Mike and Grant Morgan of Sign Sharks Sign Service in Jacksonville Florida with their Pro-Series Artisan 408, 4'X8' Industrial CNC Router System.
Sign Sharks Sign Service is a family-owned and operated business that was founded in 1997. Their professional staff is dedicated to making their customer's experience with signage a pleasant one. With over 50 years combined experience, Sign Sharks is fully capable of designing, manufacturing and installing signage that will maximize their customer's advertising needs.
From Monument Signs and Channel Letters to Vinyl Graphics and Digital Prints, Sign Sharks is dedicated to meeting the needs of their customers! To see more of Sign Sharks work, visit them at signsharks.com
Posted On: Thursday, October 21st 2010
First Look ups the ante with a Industrial CNC Router
Industrial CNC Routers is happy to welcome First Look Display to the ICNC Family!
The addition of their Idustrial CNC Router will allow First Look Display to streamline production, improve quality control, cut costs and deliver a higher quality product in less time.
First Look Display Group is a privately owned Fixture and Display Manufacturer with over 13 years of expertise. They exceed customer's needs by delivering quality products at competitive prices and most important, keen attention to customer service. First Look treats every project with a high focus on customer care. Their headquarters, engineering, and sample department is located in Trevose, Pennsylvania.
First Look's display and fixture professionals can design multi-material point of purchase displays including wire, metal, wood, tubing, corrugated, acrylics and plastics. They strive to value-engineer every display to reduce cost and enhance functionality and pride themselves on delivering eye catching displays that give our customers' products the "First Look".
First Look Display Group serves a highly diverse list of customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico from major retailers, regional convenience stores and a wide variety of well known consumer brand products.
For more information on First Look Display and to the products they are producing visit www.firstlookdisplay.com
Posted On: Saturday, October 16th 2010
SheltonDean Inc. having fun with their Industrial CNC Router
SheltonDean, Inc. is a performance-based general contracting firm with over 100 years of combined experience, providing cost effective solutions to all of the challenges of total building envelope maintenance and facility asset management.
From small-scale custom jobs to extensive multi-scoped projects, Shelton Dean has completed, on time and within budget, complex and innovative construction projects throughout the entire Southeastern United States.
Certified with the Small Business Administration as an 8(a) and WOSB contractor, the team at SheltonDean, Inc. strives everyday to provide the best service possible. Like Industrial CNC Routers, they value every relationship and recognize that client satisfaction is truly the foundation of success.
Posted On: Monday, October 4th 2010
Material to use with your Industrial CNC Router
When using your Industrial CNC Router to machine expensive substrates, it can be beneficial to run a test in a sacrificial material. Machinable wax is a smart choice in material to work with when you need to prototype parts before risking time and materials on a new design. Check out www.machinablewax.com
Are you using a new or unusual product with your router? If you think other router operators may benefit from its use do not hesitate to share.
Posted On: Tuesday, September 28th 2010
F.B. Wright and their Industrial CNC Router
The majority of our customers are in the sign, graphics and cabinetry industries. It is always fun when a company from an unexpected industry invests in one of our Industrial CNC Router Systems to automate and improve their business applications.
A few days ago F.B. Wright Company took delivery of a Pro-Series Craftsman 510, 5'X10' Industrial CNC Router. F.B. Wright is a Michigan Based ISO 9000-2001 certified Manufacturer which fabricates plastic and rubber materials to a wide range of industrial customers. To learn more about F.B. Wright and the products they offer check out their website http://www.fbwright.com
To learn more about how a professional CNC Router system can benefit your shop call Industrial CNC Routers at 888-398-9285 or email email@example.com