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CARVEWRIGHT_logo_badge_250New CarveWright CX Machines

Pasadena, Texas – October 13, 2015 —

LHR Technologies, the makers of the CarveWright System, is pleased to announce our new manufacturing partnership. After working for over a year to find and set-up a new factory to produce the CarveWright system, the first partial shipment is arriving this week and we are expecting our first full shipment of new machines and parts within the month.

This new partnership will improve our supply line logistics to receive parts and products faster and more efficiently.  It, also, facilitates the opportunity to move forward on future development and innovations to the CarveWright product line and to further expand our market.

According to President and CEO Chris Lovchik, “We are very excited about our new partnership.  It brings with it a company that has tremendous manufacturing experience and capabilities with an almost 35 acre facility and over 1,400 employees.  It utilizes the latest technologies, holds numerous licenses & certifications, and has earned AAA ratings within its industry.”

For more information regarding LHR Technologies or the CarveWright System, please call the company at (713) 473-6572 or visit the website at


About LHR Technologies, Inc.:
LHR Technologies is the creator of the award-winning CarveWright System, America’s first and most sold affordable desktop 3D fabrication CNC. Created by former NASA robotics engineers who saw a need in the 3D fabrication market for a sophisticated consumer level carving machine, LHR started with three main goals in mind.  First, the market needed a machine compact enough to fit in anyone’s garage or shop, while still providing a maximum output capacity. Second, it needed to include software that would be full-featured, yet easy enough for beginners with basic level computer skills. Third, it had to be available at a price that made professional 3D fabricating affordable to everyone. The machine introduced in 2006 answered all of these requirements and has continued to explore and offer new improvements to the system with new added advanced software features, hardware upgrades, a variety of accessories and other developments to inspire CarveWright user’s creativity and innovation.

If you would like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview, please contact us.

  1. Jim Rudlang 6 years ago

    I have enjoyed carving with the Carvewright for about five trouble free years. I am certain the new machines will be even better. Best of luck!!

  2. Gary Bagby 6 years ago

    Been looking at the new DC induction & air the new CNCs. Hope LHR and get the price down for us hobbyist to afford.

  3. Mike Braley 6 years ago

    How much of the manufacturing is done in the USA and not just put together here?

  4. Clinton Stoutenburgh 6 years ago

    Sounds exciting for CarveWrignt and hopeful for us carvers. I hope it is also beneficial for StartU members.

  5. Gary Rodewald 6 years ago

    Glad to here this .
    Hope they keep up with your good work.
    I wish you the best in this!

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