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Posted on Hand held CNC ? what do you think?

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#1 posted 04-22-2018 12:36 AM

Looks nifty and I could see it being useful for intricate or repeat routing work on an architectural scale. It would also be a fun toy for somebody with limited workshop space. But it’s no replacement for a conventional CNC. The setup time is too long. It also requires an operator to be hands-on which means you can’t run multiple machines.

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