training and life-long customer support.
CNC Factory promises that “nobody supports customers better!” See the 2019 Python XPR and all the company’s routers,
edge banders, thermofoil presses and
Lockdowel drilling inserting machines at
About Curtis Urrutia:
After working in the construction industry for several years Curtis Urrutia chose
to bet on his talents, industry experience
and life-lessons learned from in his family-owned grocery store in Boise Idaho. In
2007 he launched The Cabinet Shop. The
Cabinet Shop’s brand is Relationships.
Creative instinct, combined with a commitment to deliver top-quality, custom
cabinets on schedule, have been key to
earning the trust of builders, remodelers
Reach Curtis at:
This year Curtis Urrutia made the decision to replace his table saw with a CNC router in his five man cabinet shop in Boise, Idaho. He shopped large brands and discovered even the
used ones were upwards of $200,000. When he was ready to give
up the quest, he was told about a unique company in Southern
California building CNCs in their own factory, and selling them for
a fraction of what the monster companies offered.
“I flew out to see how CNC Factory did things and what they were
making,” Curtis Urrutia, Owner of The Cabinet Shop says. “I was
really excited to see the Python XPR that could do everything – really fast! It could load, cut and unload with only one guy operating
and even he didn’t have to babysit it.”
Curtis has several friends in the business and had seen far more
expensive machines do far less. “When I found out the price, I
couldn’t believe it – all this for less than $75,000!” He evaluated
this top-of-the-line machine for the entire day and then decided
the Python XPR was for him.
The Python XPR proved to be the efficient, high-output machine
that did everything he wanted that he didn’t know he could afford. In addition, with no heavy lifting, it would save the operator’s
back. “The day I started using my Python I walked around with
a smile on my face all day, because I was getting so much done!
And it was just me in the shop. And I wasn’t even tired at the end
of the day!”
Curtis adds that the Python XPR is simple to use. “I didn’t need
much computer knowledge at all to start operating it, immediately. Part of the reason is it works so well with my cabinet software.”
Come to the 2019 AWFS Fair and see the Python XPR in Action
CNC Factory is demonstrating this “Driverless” CNC in booth 7414.
--CNC Factory will also be hosting smaller equipment in booth
9082. The Python XPR reaches a pinnacle of engineering that
combines third generation (3G) robotic loading with:
1. spoil board self cleaning;
2. hands free robotic labeling and printing;
3. laser measuring for critically precise depth-cutting;
4. part marking -- for post production processes such as
edgebanding and fastener inserting.
The 2019 Python XPR is designed for profitability, speed and
ease-of-use. It is the workhorse of all
CNC machines saving users’ backs
and delivering a host
The “Driverless” Python XPR sells for
$74,000 and includes
Why the Cabinet Shop Chose to go Driverless in 2019
Let’s Make it Easy!