ez Router Rolls Out New CNC Plasma Cutting System, Blends Affordability with Functionality in APC2
Mineola, TX, Mar 08, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Known for "quality and innovation", ez Router is officially rolling out the APC2, its newest turnkey solution in affordable plasma cutting systems. ez Router is based in Mineola, Texas, and has been a favorite among CNC machinists for decades. Their standard and custom U.S.A.-made routers and plasma cutters pack serious punch, withstanding commercial and hobbyist applications.
ez Router's owner and co-founder, Daniel Berry, says the APC2s are a great value.
"We redesigned our existing CNC plasma cutter with the goal of making it better," explains Berry. "This is a reliable machine that's great for anyone on a tight budget."
A number of features come standard on ez Router's new APC2 machines, including:
Rack & Pinion z-Axis
Gear Racks with Precision Rails
Full, Prior Assembly with Precision Welding
A Laptop (vs. Desktop) Computer, with Ethernet Connection
Multiple Size Options: 2'x2', 2'x4', 4'x4', 4'x8' & 5'x10'
A Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster A-40 with Machine Torch or Hypertherm Powermax 45 with Machine Torch
Increased Rapid Traverse Speed (from 800 IPM to 1200 IPM)
"We went from Kevlar-reinforced belts to gear rack with precision rails," adds Berry. "We reworked the z-axis (where the cutting head is) so it's rack and pinion rather than ball screw or lead screw actuated. We've also upgraded our CAD program to Vectric VCarve Pro for 2D CNC Plasma Cutting."
Originally slated to roll out last October, the ez Router R&D team found additional ways to improve the former model and put off making the new unit available until early this year. Since then, ez Router has sold several APC2 all-in-one plasma cutting systems.
"Anything we can do to make our customers' lives easier - or, as we say, 'EZer' - is what we want to be doing. Each of our APC systems is a source of pride for me. I know what our customers want and why they need things to work a certain way. For me, it's a very rewarding business to be in."
Anyone interested in learning more about the new APC2 line of plasma cutting machines, ez Router or the company's other options in standard and custom equipment can visit ez-Router.com or call (855) EZ-ROUTER, or (855) 397-6883.
ABOUT EZ-ROUTER: Based in Mineola, Texas, ez Router sums up its history nicely: "We didn't invent CNC; we just made it EZ". The company's goal is to offer highly robust, affordable CNC machines for all applications. Using steel and aluminum made in America, each of ez Router's machines is proudly made in the U.S.A. The company boasts a high production rate and growing list of standard and custom CNC routers and plasma cutting machines which make life EZ for businesses and hobbyists.
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