I hope I don't regret this, but I have decided to build a cnc router/mill.
for the last few days I was busy gathering data, browsing sites and looking for easy, reliable plans. unfortunately, I can't buy J.C. Kleinbauers plans, because he won't sell outside US/Canada, and I live in Israel. I really wanted the "brute", as it looked just like what I had in mind (I plan to use the machine for small works, precision is essential, and I can't spend to much on it...). anyway, I can't convince mr. kleinbauer. another machine I saw was the rockliff, but I don't know enough to tell if its good for me.
I searched here, but I can't seem to find an answer.
I would appreciate every bit of advice from you guys - where can I get decent, proven plans for a relatively cheap, precise machine that can handle mainly small wood project, but also an occasional aluminum work? is the rockliff considered precise?
I can pay for the plans, of course, and I'm also willing to buy second-hand brute plans if anyone wants to sell them.
thanks again for your time and effort,