CNC Routerparts opinion

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Michael Rodgers

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Michael
I have a small 2 man cabinet shop looking to add a cnc router. I was thinking to add a 5x10 CNC Routerparts pro machine with the nema 34 pnp package and the 2.2kw pnp spindle package ($14,000) and see where it takes me. If it grows and I need more then go for a same size camaster panther($28,000) or shopbot alpha ($26,000).

http://www.cncrouterparts.com/pro60120-5-x-10-cnc-router-kit-p-374.html

https://www.camaster.com/cnc-routers/panther-series-cnc-router/

http://www.shopbottools.com/mProducts/prSalpha.htm


Anyone have any experience with the CNC routerparts stuff? Right now I'm looking at 5-10 sheets of plywood a week, but would like to get to 20 a week if business takes off. I'm hoping the cnc routerparts machine would take me to that point and then upgrade from there if business was there.
 

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Phil
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I've read reviews about CNC Router Parts and they get pretty good reviews, but I don't actually know anyone who has one...I do know some that have Shopbot and Camaster machines, and they like them...both are used in commercial shops, and as far as I know neither has had any real issues with either one.
 

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Steve
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I have a CNC Routerparts 4896 Pro System. I would recommend them. The only thing that I don’t have on my system is at ATC (automatic tool changer spindle). Other than that, what I have is reasonably similiar to a Camaster or Shopbot system. Both are very good systems.
 
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