We will exhibit at 3D PRINT from 4 to 6 June 2019 in Lyon, France
Yeti Tool Ltd is a British technology company who design and manufacture smart tools for the workshop & job-site. By digitising the control of power tools and accessories, they revolutionise the project workflow. Their innovative, mobile systems enable custom, automated manufacturing — reducing error and improving accuracy in a fraction of the time.
A brilliant start-up who had the great idea to adapt large industrial tools in terms of size and cost, to make them transportable and easy to use ! This CNC will revolutionize the life of our makers! It has all the standard features, is equipped with a touchpad and a portable frame easy to use. Unleash your creative potential and simplify your carpentry work with this standalone and innovative tool !
Over the years, they have been responsible for bringing a number of different engineered products to the market. From directional drilling equipment to the birth of 3D printers for the masses, they thrive on designing and creating products that drive industry sectors forward.
They find inspiration in different perspectives. Bringing with them the experience gained from other market sectors and products, they ask a lot of questions, take a fresh look at design and then create unique products which have their customers, and progress at heart.
The core of their business values is that if a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right. Therefore to ensure the highest standard of quality, everything is designed, engineered, manufactured, tested and shipped from their premises in the South West of the UK.
They believe in providing a quality customer experience, from the moment you receive your product to the moment you complete your first job. They take pride in every element of their designs and constantly strive to meet perfection. Where third-party components are used, they ensure they meet the same high standards they expect of their own.
Presently, they are committed to delivering a standalone smart router for use in the workshop and on the worksite – however they don’t plan on stopping there. They are continuously looking for new and exciting ideas to build on their range of routers such as wall mounts, router heads, and much more.