Hello dear all friends! i'm not a new member of this forum. long long time i enjoyed my weekend to regular night to reading your posts. as well as your shared knowledge & experience.Which make me confident tht you'll not let me to go wrong. about decision,showing new tech at our country and future of my creative act.
According to budget i planned to buy either used non- Chinese or brand new Chinese cnc woodworking router as my starting 1st machine.
my wooden furniture factory needs new tech for watch somebody's wonder face so.
but somehow i found camaster's promo & i feel happy & starting dream to owned a brand new us made machine like camaster stringer
and of course in my budget.
I'm now confused a little to see attached options of their quote. i put number & abcdef to choose the right option
according my requirement.
bed size of stringer is small (25" x 36")for my wooden door (36"x84") but i'm planning to work partials 9"-12 x35"-36" & join together.
please help us to point-out options of quote also explain about your suggestion would be much appreciated. i'm sure it will be help more
and more friends out of this forum who planned to purchase a machine for first time and dreamed to worth their invest.
i know all wise and experienced cnc router user here always helps and shared them here. my attached files
1 is quote of stringer (options) and rest pics shows our solid door works as we planned.
I planned to buy starter 1st machine , which u prefer, if u r in my position?
which brand will u suggest with this budget????????
urgent decision has to make so please reply asap
if you have bussiness, then camaster good option as a known brand with a good background..
if youre located in bangladesh, as your avatar says, then you need to asking on how machine get to to your door...
shipping and custom duties are your additional costs.
in a bussiness the smallest fault on a machine can stop your bussiness..
so you need to talk trough all these...
also for bussiness a 24x36 use to be small, as bussinesses grow out easily that size...
if you love camaster machines, i would suggest you somehow contact jim mc grew,
hes not employee by camaster (they cant afford jims expertise :-), however his experiment of woodworking the guarantee for good advise..