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cnclover
13-12-2017, 05:10 PM
Hello everyone

I purchased a CNC router 1325 From china.

I want experimented users to advise me what tests can be the best to know that the machine gives good results and work properly.

It appear very good but I want to ensure.

The machine is still on factory and I want to ask them to test it more.

Any other advises are welcome. ( I don't want to have troubles after having it)




thank you

Kev2960
13-12-2017, 10:01 PM
When you say test it, test what, do you mean the accuracy when cutting say a circle for example

cnclover
13-12-2017, 11:29 PM
Thank you Kev2960 for your replay

I want to ask video tests from the manufacturer and I have no Idea what is the best tests that lets me judge that the machine is good and accurate and give best results.

Also what are things that can you advise me to ask about, before shipping the machine?

Thank you

Kev2960
14-12-2017, 12:08 PM
What do you intend to use the machine for

cnclover
14-12-2017, 12:54 PM
What do you intend to use the machine for

In first place for advertising.

Kev2960
14-12-2017, 10:54 PM
can't you just send the company one of your products to be cut

Kev2960
14-12-2017, 10:58 PM
Is it possible to send me a link to their web site

magicniner
16-12-2017, 06:23 PM
Hello everyone

I purchased a CNC router 1325 From china.

I want experimented users to advise me what tests can be the best to know that the machine gives good results and work properly.

It appear very good but I want to ensure.

The machine is still on factory and I want to ask them to test it more.

Any other advises are welcome. ( I don't want to have troubles after having it)




thank you

Cut a square check it looks square and measure it.
Cut a circle and check it looks circular and measure it.

Repeat the above with the materials and depths of cut the machine is advertised to be capable of and ensure the results look neat and measure correctly.

cnclover
18-12-2017, 11:07 PM
Kev2960

yes with pleasure.

The company is OMNITECH.

It seems good.

http://www.omni-cnc.com

cnclover
18-12-2017, 11:09 PM
Cut a square check it looks square and measure it.
Cut a circle and check it looks circular and measure it.

Repeat the above with the materials and depths of cut the machine is advertised to be capable of and ensure the results look neat and measure correctly.

Thank you very much

I will do.