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    Default 6090 from china cnc zone - any good?

    Good day everyone, thank you for accepting me to the forum
    I'm complete noob regarding cnc, done some basic research, watched some YouTube, read some forum threads but I hope to get some advice from you guys here.
    I want to cut out some wooden animals, not much complicated yet requiring 4 axis I guess since it's not limited to just the 2d shape. I was thinking to get the 6090 from China cnc zone.
    I was planning to use fusion 360 to make designs and do 4axis carving using that machine, possibly pimp it up later on the go like the bed etc.
    What are your thoughts on that guys? Would appreciate any advice.
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: 6090 from china cnc zone - any good?

    kubacci,
    I do not know what country you are in but here is what I know.
    If you are buying directly from Aliexpress or Ebay here is the problem you will run into.

    1st if you buy from either of these suppliers, they are only that, suppliers.
    If you have problems or questions on the operation of the machine they will not know the answers.

    2nd you say you are going to use Fusion as your CadCam program. You will need to make sure there is a post processor
    for Fusion that will work with Mach 3 controller. I do not work with Mach 3 but I do not think it works easily on 4 axis machines
    or if Fusion has a 4 axis processor for it.

    3rd The best way to by a China manufactured machine is through the manufacturer. They can give you assistance after the sale.

    Hope this helps..



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    Default Re: 6090 from china cnc zone - any good?

    Hi mate, I am in Australia, I want to buy directly from the manufacturer due to all the facts you listed.
    I will double chack with them then reagrding the porcessor between fusion 360 and mach3

    Do you have any other thoughts, suggestions?



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    Default Re: 6090 from china cnc zone - any good?

    Quote Originally Posted by kubacci View Post
    Hi mate, I am in Australia, I want to buy directly from the manufacturer due to all the facts you listed.
    I will double chack with them then reagrding the porcessor between fusion 360 and mach3

    Do you have any other thoughts, suggestions?

    Fusion has a post processor for Mach3. I have both, although I now use Mach4. Mach4 uses the same post processor as Mach3.

    Gary




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    Default Re: 6090 from china cnc zone - any good?

    Kubacci,
    I can give you the information on my supplier.
    I have had good results from.
    I have WeChated with her already about you.
    If you want to contact her. They are on Labor Day holiday but she will respond.

    Lucas miao
    Telephone:0086-18560209651
    E-mail:sale026@igoldencnc.com
    (Wechat,Whatsapp,Skype:008618560209651)



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