Thermwood Corp.

904 Buffaloville Rd.
PO Box 436
Dale, IN 47523-9057 US

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Thermwood Corporation primarily manufactures a broad line of machine tools called CNC routers. A CNC router is 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 parts up to 60 foot long in a single setup.

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CAMX 2017: Highlights from the floor
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Thermwood 3D prints large boat hull pattern
Thermwood uses its LSAM additive manufacturing technology to fabricate a 3,000-lb/1,363-kg plug for a boat hull. The project proves the viability of additive manufacturing to help reduce marine composites fabrication costs.  

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Thermwood LSAM 3D printer.

CAMX 2017 preview: Thermwood
Thermwood Corp. (Dale, IN, US) is exhibiting its line of 3- and 5-axis CNC routers as well as its new Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) systems. 

Techmer PM collaborates with industry partners on 3D-printed tooling technology
Techmer PM custom formulated high-temperature polymer materials with carbon fiber that ORNL used to 3D-print the tools.

JEC World 2017 exhibit preview
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Thermwood, Navy’s FRC East sign cooperative agreement
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Thermwood successfully tests composite thermoplastic print head on LSAM
At a print rate of 500 lbs/hr, the company says its newest and largest print head, the PH50, is more than three times faster than its current PH15 print head.

Thermwood developing large-scale additive manufacturing system
The large-format additive manufacturing machine will produce near net shape parts up to 10 by 10 by 5 ft and provide post-process machining and trimming functions as well.

CAMX 2015 preview: Thermwood
Thermwood Corp. (Dale, IN, US), a manufacturer of 3- and 5-axis CNC routers, will emphasize its new program to develop a 3D additive manufacturing system capable of making large carbon graphite-reinforced composite thermoplastic components.

Additive manufacturing: Can you print a car?
Collaborative demonstration dispels doubt about 3D printing’s disruptive potential for direct-to-digital manufacturing of just about anything BIG.

Large, 3-D part machining center
At JEC Europe 2014, Thermwood (Dale, Ind.) featured its Model 77 5-axis CNC machining center for large-scale composites applications.

3-D CNC-machining center
Thermwood featured its Model 77 5-axis CNC machining center for large aerospace composites applications.

Large-composite machining center
Thermwood introduces its Model 77 CNC machining center.

COMPOSITES 2012 Highlights
As ACMA’s annual conclave convened in North America’s gambling capital, show exhibitors and attendees placed their bets on better days.

Cutter control system
Thermwood Corp. has announced the QCore SuperControl system for CNC routers.

COMPOSITES 2011 Product Showcase
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CompositesWorld Expo 2009 Product Preview
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Product Categories of Thermwood Corp.

3-D printing
CAD/CAM/CAE design
CAD/CAM/CAE hardware/software
CNC machining equipment (multiaxis)
Fused deposition modeling
Routers