Located in middle Tennessee since 1982, Accu-Router designs, builds and services a full line of 3- and 5-axis CNC routing equipment (Computer Numeric Control) for industries such as furniture, boating, aerospace, and plywood processing.

Originally part of Powermatic, the technology has prospered under standalone management since 1992, including: 1) exclusive proprietary liquid-chilled spindle technology, built and serviced in an in-house clean room environment; 2) aggressive strides in product development, including fully-integrated perimeter guarding and compact material handling systems; 3) extensive educational and research partnerships with area institutions; and 4) ongoing complimentary lifetime training and support. Most recently Accu-Router has launched its Green CNC program, featuring new motion technology on reclaimed structural platforms, passing $50,000+ in material savings back to the new owner.

The beginning of the Accu-Router product line goes back to 1975 when C.O. Porter of Grand Rapids, Michigan, introduced the “Little Guy” CNC router. The product line was expanded to include the “Big Guy” model. In November 1982, Powermatic Houdaille purchased the Porter router line and moved manufacturing to Tennessee. Accu-Router, Inc. was founded in September 1992, as a standalone entity and commenced operations by acquiring the Accu-Router product line from Powermatic’s corporate owner.

In September 1993, Accu-Router acquired the Timesavers CNC router product line, which included all Campbell Automation customers. Today we serve a collective installation base of over 500 machines. Accu-Router product technology draws direct benefit of the strides made with all five acquired product lines.

Technology is ever-changing, but expert service with a smile never does. At Accu-Router, you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds – experience the difference today. Just ask our customers!