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    Default Re: After a local CNC Router

    The XYZ Carve is a bit of stretch if you want to do aluminium as the OP mentioned. A 400W spindle isn't up to the job. My XYZ carve has the Makita router as a spindle and has a number of strengthening mods done to it and cutting aluminium is a slow, tedious process.
    I tend to use my 6040 with t water-cooled spindle to do what little aluminium I cut.



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    Default Re: After a local CNC Router

    What would you call "a little hard" for your budget?

    Are you a Chinese dealer?



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