Rob, do you have any experience with Legacy CNC products?
The owner was giving a seminar at the woodworking show in Houston which I quite
enjoyed, and his machines looked very nice, but I really don't have any idea
how they stack up to the competition.
Any given amount of traffic flow, no matter how
sparse, will expand to fill all available lanes.
I've been looking at the hobbyist CNC mill designs for a while now,
and have pretty much settled on this design (Shapeoko).
I was rather disappointed that the price for the full kit was so much
more than the $300 price-point originally envisioned --- getting $649
past the finance committee is a bit more awkward. It would help if
they'd offer an option to purchase the kit in sections --- the
hardware for $195 first, then the electronics, then the router and
bits and base.
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