It's an awesome tool... MAXNC is the maker.... and my specific one is the MAXNC 15 CLOriginally Posted by fearthepenguin
Yahoo has a community group where MAXNC owners talk... tons of info there also.
My only warning... if you really enjoy something like this... and want to do
alot of different types of cnc'ing... make sure you get enough machine the first time.
This machine is great but has its limits. Being a Mechanical Engineer, my ideas
have quickly outgrown this machine...
Still useful and fun, but for double the money~ish I could get a used cnc bridgeport..
granted old.. but functional... and do some serious heavy duty milling.
I see one in my near future when garage space allows