Shopping for a new caravan? If so, you’ve probably come across the term ‘CNC cut’. But what does that mean?
Essentially, the term ‘CNC’ stands for ‘computer numerical control’. It’s a sophisticated milling system that will, in mere seconds, do what it would take the most experienced craftsmen a day or three to do by hand. And, what’s more, it will do it with absolute precision, time and time again.
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The machine operates with specific software. Once a set of plans has been developed in the software, it is just a matter of pressing a button.
Yes, this grossly simplifies a technologically advanced system and machine. But, at the end of the day, it gives a caravan manufacturer certainty over the quality of each caravan’s internal furniture.
CNC-cut furniture also gives the caravan a much more modern, streamlined look, especially when compared to the meranti-timber cupboards with ‘picture-frame’ doors.
Take a look at some iPhone footage of On the Move Caravans’ CNC machine to see just what’s involved in this process.