Try A CAMaster?
I am new to CNC so go easy on me...
We are a semi custom boat builder in Florida. We do lots of prototype work, plugs, molds, etc. We are looking into getting a CNC router to cut our core. The core material ranges from 4#-503 density with most of it being between 6-12#. The sheets are 4x8 and up to 2" though I would like a machine that can cut 4" if needed be. It will probably be run one to two days a week, though once we get one I'll probably be looking for excuses to use it.
We want to get a machine that offers us a good value, not just the best price.
If anyone could make any recommendations I would appericate it as I've been looking for a few hours now and am out of my element.
well i am kinda partial to the camaster as well as i have one and another being delivered next week, bill has done a fine job of building a three head machine that with some industrial over build is the greatest value for me, one really neat thing is there are plenty of camasters in fla as they are built in georgia just north of atlanta by a dogone bunch of good guy's, feel free to call or come up to see one. hope we can help you into cnc!!
oh yea the site is www.camaster.com
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