I want to buy a good woodworking CNC center. I found out that:
- the object to be processed must be still attached into machine without replacing later its position at all until the end of processing it. All tools should move instead of the object being processed. -> This type of cnc center will have greater precision than the others.
- The manufacturer that has some years of experience -> This type of cnc center has less bugs and is more error-prone
What are the other tips?
Last edited by chrisiek; 03-22-2011 at 07:45 AM. Reason: grammar error