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    Default Shark Pro HD or the Digital Wood Carver?

    Greetings All, I'm looking at purchasing a small CNC router and it looks like it is coming down to either the Shark Pro HD or the Digital Wood Carver. I would like to hear from anyone who has had any hands on experience with either machine. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks, Kevin.

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    shark over the digital,, camaster stinger over the shark

    James McGrew CAMaster 508 ATC
    www.mcgrewwoodwork.com http://dropc.am/p/EJaKyl


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    Don't think he asked about stinger,but Xzero Raptor heads and tails over stinger



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    i would agree the kit by george has a good footprint for this type of machine yet without a desire to learn motion controll and electronics it would not have been my first choice, it is a mater of preference, cnc machines are not like fords and chevys at a drive in on a saturday night, you know chest out showin off to judy in hopes of,,,,,, it is a mater of learning comfort to a new user, the stinger is an investment in excellent proven machinery, it is built and delivered with the same expectations and standards as the larger commercial cobra machines

    CAMaster CNC - CNC Routers, Plasma Cutters, & Lasers - Home of the Cobra CNC Router

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    the original poster asked for "any input" to which in the spirit of information i answered, i certainly would not want to deflect character defects by badmouthing any machine, the pecking order was asked and answered.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF8bohjxy3Q]CAMaster Stinger Table Top CNC Router - YouTube

    sure it does cost more, delivers complete and is well supported, it is at the end of the day the comfort level chosen by the end user not the company who make them

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNPIXqO7xOg]CAMaster CNC Stinger Cutting 3D In acrylic. - YouTube


    oh yea one more thing,, look for the camaster on a tv show near you soon !!

    James McGrew CAMaster 508 ATC
    www.mcgrewwoodwork.com http://dropc.am/p/EJaKyl


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