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AXYZ demonstrates the value of programmable CNC routing


With over 25 years of experience develop- ing high-performance CNC routing, engrav- ing and cutting solutions, AXYZ International has demonstrated the value of programmable CNC routing, says the com- pany. They say this is most eveident in the sign-making, digital printing and print finish- ing industries, for which they have provided a long-term, ultra-reliable and highly spe- cialised manufacturing capability.


Since the beginning, AXYZ International has changed the concept of speed, especially in relation to customised routing/cutting solu- tions that can claim the shortest lead times attainable. One of the company’s greatest strengths, is an ability to configure ma- chines to suit virtually any manufacturing re- quirement, from specialist one-off to high-volume projects (there are 366,918 dif- ferent machine configurations from which customers can choose). This is made pos- sible by the availability of proprietary ma- chine controllers and many production-enhancing machining options. Such as: customised automatic and manual tool-change systems; different cutting heads


and knife tools; and camera-assisted pro- cessing systems for optimum precise rout- ing and cutting.


Companies working with programmable CNC routing solutions can maximise pro- duction levels, the quality of output and ulti- mately the growth prospects and profitability of their businesses, says the company. Routing/cutting technology is “intrinsically user-friendly”, and offer a highly cost-effec- tive solution even for small companies where manpower levels can be an issue.


With the cost of materials continually rising, CNC routing/cutting technology can also drastically reduce material wastage, by making sure the routing/cutting process is correct during the first production cycle. Routing/cutting simulations generated by the software provide a digital rendering of the routed/cut product to allow toolpath ad- justments before any material is processed. These benefits have a direct impact on profit, while the ROI on a CNC router has proved to be as short as two years, accord- ing to AXYZ.


Profitability is a direct result of increased


productivity, controlling manpower costs and minimising waste


The quality and durability of a typical CNC programmable router has “never been better and its usage by different industries correspondingly never higher”. The more robustly the machine is made, has also led to a minimal maintenance requirement over the predicted lifespan, together with greater flexibility. For example, it is highly unlikely that the servomotors driving the mo- tion of the router would need to be replaced during its lifespan. The availability of a helical gear rack and pinion drive system enables a much smoother and more evenly distributed workload capability, resulting in greater routing/cutting accuracy, tighter tolerances and a longer than normal machine life.


“By comparison with companies that may have spent inordinate amounts of money on outsourcing, the business growth prospects and increased profitability, volume of work and increased production speeds achieved by companies who invested in CNC pro- grammable routing/cutting technology, have increased dramatically following this up- grade by an average of four years.


“Profitability is a direct result of increased productivity, controlling manpower costs and minimising waste. A CNC programma- ble routing/cutting system achieves all of these requirements with a one-off invest- ment,” says a spokesperson.


www.axyz.co.uk


AXYZ have 25 years experience developing high quality, robust CNC routing, engraving and cutting machines.


28 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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