ATC CNC Router Machines

Are you in the market for a CNC router to finish wood products more efficiently? Are you looking for a hefty CNC cutting machine that can cost effectively process brass, PVC, glass, or steel? Our ATC CNC router machines provide solutions for all the above scenarios and more.

We can help customize your wood router machine with vacuum pumps, micro misting systems, dust collection systems, and other useful tools or features. Each spindle machine is equipped with a USA-manufactured 4 HP ATC. Upgrades from 5 HP to 12 HP ATCs are available. We sell our 3-axis CNC machines ranging in size from 4x4’ to 6x12’ and greater. If you're in the Central and Eastern U.S. get started and customize one of our ATC CNC router machines below.

With years of experience under our belt and a team of expert technicians who know the ins and outs of the CNC router business, you can be sure to receive top quality equipment when you choose to work with us. A good CNC router machine should last you for many years to come and be efficient enough to meet all of your cutting needs. With powerful spindles, precision gears and rails, our CNC routers for woodworking combine ease of use with operational efficiency, resulting in some of the most durable and effective CNC routers money can buy!

Precision is key when it comes to cutting wood and processing things like PVC, steel, or brass. Our CNC router machines are built with accuracy in mind. With them, you’ll rarely have to worry about redoing a cut because of equipment malfunction. While our machines are made overseas, we design and engineer our CNC cutters right here in the United States, to keep a tight check on the quality and sturdiness of the products we sell.

If you’re setting up a workshop for the very first time, don’t worry - our team of CNC experts will assist you during every step of the way, with on-site installation and training available for all paying customers. Should you run into any trouble with your CNC router machine, you’ll be happy to know that we have a free remote access support service to help you out in urgent situations. Every CNC router we sell also comes with lifetime technical support, and our thoroughly trained technicians are always ready to ensure that your company’s production capacity remains unaffected by over-extended periods of downtime.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a CNC router do?

A computer numerical control (CNC) router can save you a lot of time and money when it comes to precise cutting of all sorts of materials, such as aluminum, plastic, wood, or dense foam. Instead of a human operator directly controlling the machine, its movements are calculated and carried out by a computer on a pre-programmed path along the X, Y, and Z axes.

How much does a CNC router cost?

The price of a CNC router machine largely depends on the material you're using in production, as well as the size of the cuts you're planning to make. You can get a small, wood-cutting CNC machine for as little as $2,000, but remember that the cheapest options may require more maintenance and can break faster than some of the pricier models. Reach out to us for a free quote, or learn more about how to get help to finance equipment that will fully meet your CNC router needs.

How to choose the right CNC router?

You should take your time to carefully assess the capabilities and pricing of each CNC router option you're considering. Not all manufacturing facilities are the same, therefore it is recommended that you take the following factors into account:

  • The size of your site: first off, you should have an estimate of how much space you'll have for your new CNC cutter. State-of-the-art equipment won't be of much use to you if you don't have enough room for a dedicated workstation!
  • Your final product: are you going to be cutting up a variety of materials? How big are your products? How many of them are you looking to manufacture every day? These are just some of the things you should consider when choosing the appropriate CNC router.
  • Your budget: while you probably don't want to go for the cheapest option available, your budget is an important factor to consider, nonetheless. Just like with any product out there, CNC cutters come in all shapes and sizes, and some of them are heavily overpriced. Reach out to an expert for an opinion on the various choices, and do your own research online before you place the order.