CNC Factory Owner Chris Corrales will address the Cabinet Makers Association Oct. 17 one day before WPE Lancaster.

CNC Factory Owner Chris Corrales to reveal how 3rd generation robotic CNC equipment does all the work at CMA breakfast Oct. 17 before WPE Lancaster Oct. 18 & 19

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”

— Chris Corrales, CNC Factory Owner

LANCASTER, PA, UNITED STATES, October 5, 2018 / — Chris Corrales, the owner of CNC Factory in Santa Ana, California, will address the Cabinet Makers Association October 17, one day before the Wood Pro Expo Lancaster event. Cabinet makers from around the area will learn:

–What is new in CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) equipment; –What is newly improved;
and –How 3rd Generation CNC machines do all the work.

The conference will be held at The Warehouse Hotel at the Nook, 75 Champ Blvd Manheim, Pennsylvania.

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.

After breakfast at the Warehouse Hotel, the CMA group will tour:
· Plain & Fancy Cabinetry;
· Keystone Wood Specialties and
· Thaddeus Stephens College – Wood Technology Program.

Registration is $55 and includes group transportation, breakfast and lunch. To attend the CMA event go to:

CNC Factory is demonstrating its new Python XPR at Wood Pro Expo October 18 and 19 in booth 205. This robust CNC machine reaches a pinnacle of engineering that combines third generation (3G) robotic loading, spoil board cleaning, unloading and now CNC Factory Printing and Labeling. Users benefit from multi-directional graphic and text labeling instructions on nested materials. With these in place, woodworkers always know which edges need post production attention, and operators never lose track of cut pieces. In addition, Cabinet Vision software allows printing in various orientations.

The 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 of grow-as-you-grow features.

Corrales, who designed the Python XPR, notes that he, “included an automated 12-tool rapid carousel that changes tools in just four seconds, and moves 1,800 inches per minute. The Python conquers long, complex, multi-tool tasks efficiently from one to fifty sheets, with just one push of a button. It’s ergonomically, user-friendly, and needs only one operator to run in either robotic or manual mode.”

The Python XPR sells for $69,900 and includes training and life-long customer support. CNC Factory promises that “nobody supports customers better!” See the Python XPR and all the company’s routers, edge banders, thermofoil presses and Lockdowel drilling inserting machines at

WPE is a regional event for woodworking businesses that brings together suppliers and experts for a localized presentation of equipment and supply solutions. WPE includes a strong educational program on best practices for shop production – including CNC basics, employee recruitment, finishing, lean manufacturing, business management, software, and shop safety – and an expo floor with equipment and supplies geared to small and medium-size shops. To register with free expo hall admission, go to this link and enter CNCFAC18 when prompted:


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