Our customers loved the original CarveWright’s functionality and ease of use, but they wanted a machine that required less maintenance and ran both quieter and smoother. That’s exactly what the Version C delivers.
Pasadena, TX (PRWEB) June 3, 2010
The team that revolutionized home woodworking in 2006 has done it again. LHR Technologies, Inc., developer of the CarveWright and CompuCarve Woodworking Systems®, is releasing the CarveWright Version C®, a robust and affordable successor to their groundbreaking table-top carving machine.
The CarveWright Version C is not a cosmetic update—it’s virtually a whole new machine from top to bottom. The compact personal fabricator has had many components redesigned to dramatically improve rigidity, durability, and stability.
“The CarveWright Version C is the result of four years of heavy use and testing,” said Chris Lovchik, LHR co-founder and CEO. “Our customers loved the original CarveWright’s functionality and ease of use, but they wanted a machine that required less maintenance and ran both quieter and smoother. That’s exactly what the Version C delivers.”
At the heart of the CarveWright Version C’s innovations is the CarveTight®, LHR’s new tough-as-nails solid steel spindle system. The CarveTight dramatically reduces heat, vibration, noise, and run-out, greatly enhancing the new machine’s quality and durability.
That commitment to rugged reliability has carried over to many of the Version C’s components, including its improved tracking system, reinforced base, vertical guide rod stabilizer feet, reinforced power supply strapping, simplified X-drive gear and more. Each improvement has been calibrated to reduce wear and tear while improving performance.
“The Version C is powerful enough to carve and cut not only hardwoods and softwoods, but approved plastics, foams and plywood up to ¾ in. thick,” Lovchik said. “It’s not just a woodworking machine, it’s a true personal fabricator that’s ready for anyone to use right out of the box.”
The user-friendly CarveWright Project Designer software and firmware have been upgraded to increase computing speed and feed rates. LHR has also created advanced software features to enable importing of STL and DXF files, allowing the Version C to utilize any 2D vector or 3D graphic design.
The CarveWright Version C retails for under $2000 and can be purchased at http://www.carvewright.com or from one of many retailers, such as Lowe’s, Amazon.com, Woodcraft, Northern Tool, and many others. For a complete listing of CarveWright’s retailers visit http://www.carvewright.com
For more information regarding LHR Technologies or the CarveWright Woodworking System, please call the company at (713) 473-6572 or visit the website at http://www.carvewright.com.
About LHR Technologies, Inc.:
LHR Technologies' revolutionary carving system was first introduced through Sears in 2006 as the CompuCarve. The machine is now sold as both the Craftsman® CompuCarve at Sears and as the CarveWright® System through several leading woodworking and home improvement stores, including as Lowe’s, WoodCraft Supply, Amazon.com, Northern Tool + Equipment, AAFES and select Ace stores. The machine is widely distributed to woodworking and technical educational programs at high schools, middle schools, technical colleges and universities throughout the country. It offers not only a small, compact and affordable alternative to computer numerically controlled (CNC) systems, but also an intuitive and user-friendly software suite that LHR has continued to enhance into a robust, full-featured package.
If you would like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview, please contact Joe Lovchik at (713) 473-6545 x 825