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    Default Re: Is it cheeper to build

    Any wood construction CNC router more or less defeats the purpose of trying to build for accuracy.
    I disagree. My wood machine has been running fine for over 10 years, and imo is just as accurate as an Avid CNC machine.

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    Default Re: Is it cheeper to build

    Hi Pete - Jump in and start making 4x4 sawdust. Doesn't matter how it looks as long as it works. You have a steep learning curve and you learn faster if you do it in a simple media that when you make a mistake its easy to fix. Timber is easy to change and easy to get. Your first one will be rough, your second will be better and your third maybe close to what you thought #1 should have been. There's a lot to learn about software, drivers and set up etc. Consider the buildbotics its plug and play. Were here to help so get going!! Peter

    heres a fun build



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