This month of September marks our 18th year in business!
We’ve completed a lot of great projects throughout the years and have gained wonderful clients and friends throughout the industry for whom we’re all grateful to have had the chance to meet and fulfill their many needs and wishes!
Thanks to all our customers who have put their faith in us to deliver solutions for you and your company and we hope to continue our relationships forward on into the future!
We strive to provide the best experience possible by staying innovative and having the right knowledge and experience in-house to meet all the needs and expectations of our customers.
If you’re new to CNC Solutions, below are a few Frequently asked questions.
DO YOU DO WORK OUTSIDE OF WISCONSIN?
Yes, we do. We have done work on both the West coast and East coast and as far south as Mexico and also way up north in Canada.
CAN YOU HELP ME PICK OUT THE AUTOMATION EQUIPMENT TO FIT MY APPLICATION?
We can sit down with you and discuss the layout or process of your project and advise machinery along with designing the automation for your project or cell.
WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF YOUR BUSINESS?
We have 3 parts to our business: Product Development, Engineering, and Automation.
We have designed kits and products for easy plug and play installation to integrate into your manufacturing equipment. We have many experienced engineers and programmers that have worked in the industry for several years that have the capability to design and develop robotic cells and custom machinery. Automation is the key to improving your bottom line because new or existing machinery can be automated to fit your cell design or new project needs.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN BUSINESS?
CNC Solutions has been in business since September 2000.
I HAVE BEEN HEARING A LOT ABOUT SAFETY, BUT IS IT REALLY WORTH IT?
You will discover that the result of your initial investment was worthwhile when you decrease downtime caused by employee injuries. A reduction in employee injuries improves your profitability and company productivity.
CAN YOU DESIGN EQUIPMENT THAT CAN BE USED FOR MORE THAN JUST ONE PURPOSE?