ShopBot Tools (Durham, NC) announced the launch of its Subscription CNC program, emphasizing a straightforward service to put a ShopBot CNC tool to work.
For a monthly payment, subscribers can put a Handibot® Smart Power Tool, ShopBot Desktop, ShopBot Desktop MAX, or ShopBot Buddy® tool into production and access ShopBot’s team of trainers, web training resources and in-house support. There are no shipping fees or cancellation fees. Subscription terms start with a minimum three-month commitment.
“This is a service of a special kind available to individuals, companies, schools, and groups interested in having production assets at hand without distraction,” said Jeanne Taylor, ShopBot’s director of sales and marketing. There is no long-term obligation or cancellation fee. Subscribers can trade-up or down on tool size as necessary. Subscription CNC is not a sale or a financed-sale, and is different from leasing.
ShopBot Tools founder and CEO, Ted Hall said, “Just like a traditional tool sale, we take responsibility for delivering tools that work and keep working. Subscription CNC is a new kind of accessibility that can help a small shop, program, a group, or an individual jump-start their work. It is our plan for making CNC even more obtainable to anyone who wants to make use of it.”
For more information, visit shopbottools.com/subscriptioncnc.
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