The company behind the new mills, millwork specialists, said they would start producing the machines in mid-December.
The machines will be made in factories in the US and Canada, and will have an expected delivery in late December or early January.
The mills are a part of a larger effort to create more of the world’s tools, including a factory in the Netherlands that has already produced several of the machines.
While millwork is now making inroads into other industries, such as automotive, it is still far from the mass production it once was, said the company’s president, Paul B. Smith.
The new millwares will be able to create and assemble parts in just three weeks, said Smith.
“It’s still a big change from a mill, but the big thing is it’s a lot faster than any mill we’ve seen before,” he said.