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Desert_Woodworker

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#1 posted 05-06-2017 04:27 AM



The woodworking industry is hard enough, without paying part of the money you make to an investor.
And, as was mentioned, $20,000 is nothing.

CNC is not a “field”, it s just a tool. You buy tools to make the work you re doing easier. You don t buy tools for work you don t have. Especially when that tool can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
I can show you a LOT of forum posts from CNC owners that are looking for work to do on their idle CNC s.

- Ger21


CNC topic? This Jock asked a question- my response is go slow as in an interest. You can start with general tools, but consider a Woodworking Co-op or a class, where there is a fully functional shop. As for a 20 year old- from what I see , as a teacher (JrH-HS) It is and will be “items” made other than wood for the most part. But with machines that are high tec. Hence, CNC, laser and 3d printers, which uses plastic

-- Desert_Woodworker


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