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Thread: cncrouterparts pro machines - is it enough?

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge Pease View Post
    I sent an email, hope it's still available ))
    He listed the machine on the Camheads forum this evening. It sounds like he's flexible on the asking price too.
    Please help support the Creek.

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    The one in New Hampshire is sold, but one in Florida was just listed...looks like a nice machine. Very worthy of the time and trouble to transport.
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    I have the 4x8 with their plug n play spindle/electronics options (nema34) had it a few years now. The motor never been the issue. No bog down. Feeds and speeds for me are based on material, bit and function. I use G-Wizzard and it's never let me down.

    I can also state,. that was a newbie when I bought my system, and they were very patient with me and all my questions. I was on the phone with them for several hours at different times.

    Now to be fully transparrent. I've not pushed it yet with metal as I'm mostly a woodworker.

    Ask me if i'd do business with them again, yes without a doubt.

  4. #19
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    A Cobra ATC and a Panther with x3 were just listed on Camheads...nearly new.
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