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Small Shop CNC: A Class of Machines Designed to Fit | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Any business owner can rest assured that the perfect-sized CNC is out there for their small business. With models ranging up to 5′ x 10′ in size, there is sure to be a compatible option for your organization on the market. A great illustration of how different sized CNC’s accommodate individual businesses, is how the machines on the smaller size tend to be ideal for those who do a lot of detailed carving within their operations. Vendors with larger-scale items such as furniture, however, would find better results with larger CNC machines.

Key Takeaways:

  • Smaller machines are more suitable for detailed carvings and small project work than for cutting large sheets of plywood.
  • These machines feature a Z height of at least 6”, linear rails, and ball screws.
  • Machines in this class can range from around $6,000 to over $8,000.

“A machine of this size is well-suited for cutting parts for the majority of furniture projects that a serious hobbyist would likely to build.”

Read more: https://www.popularwoodworking.com/cnc/a-class-of-cncs-designed-for-small-shop-woodworkers/

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