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Old Fri 16 February 2024, 09:03
Just call me: Capern
United Kingdom
Second Machine Options

Hi everyone,

I already have a commercial grade CNC machine bought 2 years ago without any technical / mechanical knowledge of a CNC machine. It works perfectly well and is used in a manufacturing environment, we build furniture.

I would like to have this machine dedicated to furniture parts and introduce a second machine for bowling / trays and any ancillary work needed.

I dont want to spend serious money as I did previously especially considering its purpose. My question is whether this design is still relevant, I have not seen too much activity on this forum in some time.

I need to run a spindle of between 5-7 HP at speeds of 5000 - 10000 mm/min for it to be worth the build. Will this build be able to accommodate my needs?

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Old Sat 17 February 2024, 04:59
Just call me: Al #95
mystic ct
United States of America
Proven design. Run mine every day.
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