Rockler Introduces Affordable Click-N-Carve CNC Routing Products

Click-N-Carve Offers User-Friendly CNC Routing Solution

MEDINA, MN (July 10, 2012) – Rockler has just introduced the Click-N-Carve, a compact CNC routing machine that turns digital input into detailed carvings. Click-N-Carve is a user-friendly version of more complicated CNC machines, boasting the ability to translate digital photographs and other coded input into extremely intricate carvings in just minutes – everything from signs to cabinet doors and more. They also cost much less than larger CNC units on the market.

“The plug-and-play simplicity of Click-N-Carve is really an advantage; they are so easy to use,” said Scott Baumeister, Product Manager. “And the results are stunning. If you’re looking for a way to get into high quality CNC carving at low cost, this is it.”

There are two models of the Click-N-Carve – the BE2015 and the BE3030. The BE2015 is the base model, which features travel dimensions of approximately 8.7″ (X) x 6.3″ (Y) x 2.5″ (Z). The BE3030 features larger travel dimensions (approximately. 11.8″ (X) x 11.8″ (Y) x 4″ (Z)) and a more powerful motor to drive the carving operations at a greater speed. Both models come with a lengthy list of accessories including a USB cable and controller, silicone work mat, four clamps (two small and two large), two Tungsten Carbide carving bits, eight sample acrylic workpieces and a how-to video to get started.

The Click-N-Carve BE2015 (49449) retails for $1,599.99, while the Click-N-Carve BE3030 (49490) retails for $2,199.99. They are available at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware stores nationwide (special order until September 2012), Rockler independent resellers,, or in the Rockler catalog. For store locations or a free catalog, please visit or call 1-877-ROCKLER.

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