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    Default Pod & Rail 5 Axis CNC

    Hello everyone,

    Just wanting opinions on brands etc. I'm in the market for a small 5 Axis pod & Rail CNC. I have good experience with Biesse but they're an awful lot more expensive in comparison to other brands. I'm currently in contact with Biesse, SCM and Masterwood. Are there any other brands who you'd suggest? Anderson is another contender. Obviously Biesse and SCM have great CAD/CAM software to accompany their machines, not sure what Masterwood's equivalent is like but it's there!

    While I'm here, any bright ideas as to what an RDM Parameter error on a Biesse Rover 24 would be? In relation to fixed saw blade.

    Thank you in advance!

    Cheers,

    Jack

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    Default Re: Pod & Rail 5 Axis CNC

    Morbidelli M600/M800? Probably even more expensive?
    Homag?

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    Default Re: Pod & Rail 5 Axis CNC

    M100 is the smallest they do. Homag is a new one. Weeke replacement or different?



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    Default Re: Pod & Rail 5 Axis CNC

    I think they're just using the Homag name instead of Weeke moving forward. Same machines.

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