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Dwatts
04-08-2015, 04:16 PM
Hi All,

I am completely new to cnc, so forgive me. But I am looking at buying a cnc router that will 99% of the time be used for cutting wood. This will be for hobby use with the potential to make items to sell on a part time basis!

I am looking for a 4ftx4ft machine that would be man enough to cut beech ply and carve in to soft and hard woods. I am also hoping to be able to cut dovetail joints and do inlays.

I have a budget of around 4000, would this be enough to get a decent machine? I am not fussed if new or used but I am probably looking to get something that is ready to go.

Can anyone recommend me some machines?

Many Thanks,

David

bobby
04-08-2015, 11:17 PM
Hi All,

I am completely new to cnc, so forgive me. But I am looking at buying a cnc router that will 99% of the time be used for cutting wood. This will be for hobby use with the potential to make items to sell on a part time basis!

I am looking for a 4ftx4ft machine that would be man enough to cut beech ply and carve in to soft and hard woods. I am also hoping to be able to cut dovetail joints and do inlays.

I have a budget of around 4000, would this be enough to get a decent machine? I am not fussed if new or used but I am probably looking to get something that is ready to go.

Can anyone recommend me some machines?

Many Thanks,

David


You could try these when he has some more available?
CNC Router 3kw Spindle 1200* x 1300* x 200 Work Area- Complete! Vacuum Bed! (http://r.ebay.com/pWZc5E)