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Central c.n.c. Machinery Ltd., was formerly Central Woodworking Machinery Co. Ltd., founded in 1962, in Huddersfield, and originally supplied a wide range of new and second hand traditional woodworking machinery.
In 1994, Central introduced the Elu CNC860 c.n.c. Router to their range, and sold a large number of these entry level c.n.c. machines for many different applications. Central continue to service and support this machine where possible, which is no longer in production.
Following the success of the Elu machine, Central began importing a range of larger, flat bed c.n.c. routers, and began production of their own range of heavy duty c.n.c. routers in 1999.
Today, the Elu machine has evolved into the Trend CNC Smart machine, which Central continue to supply, and Central are now the UK agents for Rensi and Acctek c.n.c. Routers, offering a wide range of models with exceptional value for money. Although the company name has changed to reflect the nature of the business, Central still supply a wide range of tooling and accessories for both c.n.c. routers and traditional woodworking machines, as well as new woodworking machinery.
Still a family business, Stuart Merewood, managing director of Central c.n.c. Machinery Ltd., is the son of Jack Merewood, one of the founders of Central Woodworking Machinery Co. Ltd..
In 2020, Central relocated and moved into new premises in Goole, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, with a demonstration area available for the c.n.c. routers and CAD/CAM software which they supply.