Leo wrote:Glad you posted such a great unboxing review.
Do you have a youtube channel?
WNC_Ed wrote: One thing you said has peeked my curiosity:I will remove the plumbing and add 2 fans to air cool the spindle from the outside. I have been air cooling the 2.2kW water spindle of my bigger machine for the last 7 years without problems.
While I understand and appreciate why you wouldn't want to mess with the H2O on the road, is there an advantage to air cooling your "daily driver" spindle vs H2O?
SteveNelson46 wrote:Shopbot has a cnc they call Handibot. Billed as a "pick up and go" machine. Pretty small footprint but might just be what you are looking for.
Tailmaker wrote:SteveNelson46 wrote:Shopbot has a cnc they call Handibot. Billed as a "pick up and go" machine. Pretty small footprint but might just be what you are looking for.
Steve, I am aware of the Handibot. Neat idea of a handheld CNC machine for some special jobs. But not really what I need as a multi-purpose router. I wanted something that cuts 2d, vcarve, 3d and occasionally rotary jobs of modest size. That Chinese 300x400 mm machine is about a big as I can fit and hopefully give me reasonable performance when using small bits. The only somewhat larger bits I will take on the road are for surfacing my disposable spoilboards.
scottp55 wrote:..........Probably just the recording, but that 1/8" bit sounded Loud.....
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