Low Cost, High-Performance CabinetShop 43

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Low Cost, High-Performance CabinetShop 43

Postby Duane Marrett » Wed, Sep 02 2009, 4:06PM

We have officially announced the new CabinetShop 43. This is an awesome machine with a huge number of high-performance technological advancements never before seen at this price point.

Check out the CabinetShop 43 Here


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Re: Low Cost, High-Performance CabinetShop 43

Postby Roger Kirkpatrick » Wed, Sep 02 2009, 6:56PM

Nice looking machine.

What is the price point? Roughly.
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Re: Low Cost, High-Performance CabinetShop 43

Postby Ken Susnjara » Thu, Sep 03 2009, 8:44AM

We are not exactly publishing prices because each shop may want different options and there are freight and duty considerations if shipped outside the US but the base price is currently under $60K. You will add another $10K - $20K depending on what you want with it so over all it is about a third less than our 5x10 CabinetShop 45 and about $5K less than the 4x8 CabinetShop 41. We expect higher accelerations and higher speeds than either but we are not totally done with testing yet so we are not ready to publish numbers. We hope to keep the current pricing but won’t know if can do that until we have built a few so folks at the front end may get a better deal if it turns out we have to raise prices.

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Re: Low Cost, High-Performance CabinetShop 43

Postby Roger Kirkpatrick » Thu, Sep 03 2009, 10:53AM

Thank you Ken.
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