I receive the latest Rockler catalog and noticed that they now offer a CNC
for just over $2k. Apparently it will use a Bosch Colt sized router.
Additionally Amana has a Larry Bird/Byrd endorsed set of router bits
designed to cut interlocking pieces for a tambour. No glue, cloth, or paper
backing required to hold all the pieces together.
I'm sorry, it is in the Rockler "Stock up for the shop Sale" circular.
No part or item number but it is $2299.99 CNC Shark Routing System
This looks like the machine
Not in this type of forum. The Wreck has
people who could identify a jig-saw
(barely), if their life depended on it
and people who crave the type of
machinery listed in the link. Most of us
fall between those extremes. We're all
woodWORKERS, regardless of being
Neanderthals or Normites.
Some are like me, who do cut off extra
digits just as a hobby, and other guys
here are doing it for a living. The
Wreck appeals to all of us
> I find myself regressing, and buying
things like 100 year-old planes on
> eBay, rather than this stuff.
Same here. I have no personal interest
in CNC or high automation, but I still
think it's cool to look at.
This is not really a sig.
Yes and no. I doubt I could ever justify this machine, but I do have a
tablesaw and other power tools. I enjoy woodworking but I don't enjoy
making 100 balusters or 64 drawer inserts, etc. I'd use automation for
that, but then again, I'd probably not take on a project like that as a
hobbyist. There is some please in the work, there is some pleasure in
finishing the final product. We're all different that way.
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