There are various sizes and styles of CNC router machine. The one you choose will depend on a number of factors: what you are making, the size of your fabrications and the size of your workshop. If you are a hobbyist and you are looking to get a CNC router to use for home projects, then a table top router will have a number of advantages for you.
1. Size Matters
If your home workshop is relatively small, then you want a CNC router that fits. The Stinger Itable top router has a footprint of 33.5” X 58” and cutting capabilities of 25” X 36” X 5.” It also has a range of optional upgrades.
2. Easy on Your Wallet
A table top router will not beak your bank. The Stinger I starts at around $6,495 and is excellent value for money.
3. The Strength to Keep Up
Although bench top CNC routers like the Stinger I are compact and economical, they are robust enough to be used in a production environment. The Stinger I is constructed with a welded steel frame with industrial quality Hiwin rails and bearings.
Even a table top router should allow you options to expand. The Stinger I has a number of options including:
- Recoil indexing lathe
- Fast tool change
- Counter balance
- Laser cross hair
5. Ease of Use
Using your CNC router should be enjoyable, not a chore. To facilitate this, the Stinger I package has a control PC that runs Windows 7 PRO. It has a 19” flat panel monitor and is preloaded with WinCNC. The package also contains Vectric’s CUT 2D design software.
Our experts at CAMaster stand by every machine we sell, and when it comes to top quality CNC machines, technical support and service, we are second to none. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you choose a table top CNC router.