I built a 2'X2' 3 axis cnc mill a couple of years ago and now I am in the market for a bigger and faster woodworking cnc mill.
I would like to know if anyone has experience with the cnc art-router with a rotary axis with 2'X4' table. The specs are what I am looking for and rotary axis would be nice.
The price looks good. Any advise greatly appreciated
Well for wood it's probably sufficient, it's kind of flimsey looking. Not bad price, I would'nt be suprised if it was all made in china though at that price. Atleast the parts are probably made their and assembled here, I could be wrong though. For wood though it would probably do sufficiently enough though, but like I always say stronger is better. If it is all made here that's a fair price, if it's not you need to look in to one built here in the U.S.A.. I've seen some nice rigid routers that are built in the U.S.A. for $5,000-$6,000. If I were to put the money into it I'd go with the $5000-$6000 router, so that I would'nt have to be spending money upgrading nextime.