CNC Beam Drill Line: The Tool Whose Time Has Passed
70 - 80% of the beams that leave your shop have more than just bolt holes. While it takes 5 to 10 minutes to drill the bolt holes with a beam line, there's anywhere from 20 to 120 minutes of labor and machine time to make the copes, bevels, slots, notches, marking, etc. needed for a finished beam. So the average beam leaving your shop has 5 minutes of drilling and 1 hour of manual fabrication work in it.
Beams that leave a PythonX machine average 10 minutes total fabrication time. That's a savings of at least 45 minutes per beam.
And that's just the time savings. PythonX improves your entire operations, as it nearly eliminates all material handling, machine programming, tooling, rework and the redundant single-purpose machines you're probably using now . . . like a beam drill line.