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Why You Should Consider A Benchtop CNC Router

CNC routers are now becoming so affordable that they are making their way into many home workshops. And they are versatile; it doesn’t matter what type of material you choose to work with – foam, wood, metal or plastics – a CNC router can handle the job with aplomb. The number one benefit of having a CNC router in your home workshop is efficiency; because of its superior automation it ...   Read More

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5 Intermediate CNC Router Projects

If you’re a hobbyist and you’re looking for some intermediate projects to work on with your CNC router, here are some ideas to inspire you. Poppins Umbrella Stand This decorative umbrella stand is made from 19 cut pieces that slot together to form the stand. You can customize the design by staining, painting or carving a decorative finish. This is not a complicated product and the end ...   Read More

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5 Benefits of a Table Top CNC Router

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 ...   Read More

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10 Applications for Your CNC Router Machine

Even if you’ve had your CNC router machine for a while, you still may not appreciate just how versatile it is. No matter what size your machine, it has a wide range of applications. Here is a rundown on just ten of them. 1. Sign Making Whether for your home or business, your CNC router is perfect for making signs from a wide range of materials including: acrylic, wood, aluminum, ...   Read More

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What Is The Best CNC Router For Home Projects

Whatever type of material you choose to work with, a CNC router has a broad range of applications when it comes to home projects. Whichever material you choose a CNC will have the same benefits; the main ones being superior automation and efficiency. Another major benefit of this technology is the high level of accuracy and ability to repeat specifications. That means that once your ...   Read More

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Choosing The Right Router Bit For Woodworking

Get to know your bits: A CNC router bit is important because it will determine the type of carving that you do, the resolution of the finished piece and how fast your router can move through the wood. For standard CNC routing, bits come in a range of diameters from pinpoint to more than an inch. Different types of bit include fluted end mills, v-groove bits and ballnose end ...   Read More

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Cutting Metals With A CAMaster Tabletop CNC Router

Metal cutting is one of CAMaster’s table top CNC routers greatest strengths. You can use the bench top router to cut all kinds of non-ferrous metals. Here are a few things to remember when cutting metal. The ideal bracket for metals’ optimum speeds and feeds is much smaller than that of wood. If you don’t stay within this optimum bracket, your cutters will begin to wear out much quicker or break frequently and your surface finish will ...   Read More

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CNC Routers Perfect for Holiday Carvings

The Stinger I CNC router is perfect for the home hobbyist, especially when it comes to making holiday carvings. The Stinger is very affordable and is a conveniently sized bench top router. In spite of its size, this router is incredibly reliable and durable. It has a welded steel frame and top notch Hiwin rails and bearings. It comes with a control PC that runs Windows 7 PRO and has a 19” ...   Read More

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What Is A Chip Rate?

Getting the right feeds and speeds for your CNC router is crucial to running your machine at optimum efficiency. Before you set up a file for cutting, there are a number of parameters that you need to consider in order to achieve the accuracy and finish you desire. Chipload is one of the most important factors in the equation. Chipload refers to the thickness of the chip that is cut ...   Read More