Thermwood products are used in a wide variety of industries, markets and applications throughout the developed world. Thermwood is highly committed to offering the most advanced, capable and efficient manufacturing technology backed by unsurpassed service and support.
...used to cut, trim and shape a wide variety of materials including wood, plastic, composites, foam, honeycomb core and non-ferrous metals into either flat or three-dimensional shaped products. These fast accurate machines are used by a wide variety of manufacturing industries including woodworking, plastic, aerospace, automotive, boating, medical and defense.
Thermwood builds a wide selection of systems in both 3 and 5 axis configurations, from low cost packages for small shops to aerospace packages capable of machining small and large parts in a single setup.
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A CNC Router is designed to greatly improve cut quality, cycle times and accuracy by automating your process and creating a safer environment. Determining if a CNC Router will fit your needs should be an easy decision. Please Click Here to Download the Free eBook "Understanding CNC Routers"
Written By Alain Albert
Published by FPInnovations
NEWS ALERT: On January 2nd, President Obama signed legislation that would extend and expand the depreciation bonus through 2013.
The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 provides 100 percent depreciation bonus for capital investments placed in service after September 8, 2010 through December 31, 2013.
The law also extends Sec. 179 expensing for taxable years beginning in 2013. In 2013, a taxpayer may expense up to $125,000 of the cost of qualifying property placed in service for the year (phase-out threshold of $500,000), indexed for inflation.
Note: Section 331 of the new law extends 50 percent bonus depreciation through 2013. It also increases Sec. 179 expensing levels to $500,000 with a $2 million phase-out for 2012 and 2013.