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#1 posted 10-07-2017 02:19 PM

I have a fairly small CNC router and it probably has something like 50 times the drive capability of that little wheeled thing. In order to achieve any speed, you have to really push the bit through the wood. That thing would be extremely slow and prone to getting bumped out of position. When that happens, you have sheet of scrap on your hands.

It is such a shame that so many people get duped out of their money supporting these ill conceived ventures. I just think of all the people who wasted hundreds of dollars investing in the Glowforge “3-D” laser printer.


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