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70 Comments on "The Best CNC Router for 2018: The CNC Routerparts Benchtop"

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MySchizo Buddy
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MySchizo Buddy
1 month 9 hours ago

Choosing whatever you want is helpful when you know what you want. Else it's a hindrance.

Harley Haynes
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Harley Haynes
1 month 2 days ago

CNC Router Parts has great service but I agree the needing some bundles would be nice. The pricing is attractive but there were several items I ended up having to purchase separately once I figured out I needed them. Now I could have done more research and probably of avoided this but I think there price would tend to draw some newer to intermediate level people that may or may not understand all the finer points of spacing out a machine.

DoctorPepper4
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DoctorPepper4
1 month 2 days ago

How much and where can I buy one if the price is right look,

C
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C
1 month 14 days ago

Anyone that can compare this and the Shapeoko and Xcarve? Have worked with the Shapeoko but the height is a little too limited I've noticed in the past. Looking into maybe getting this CNC router.

tnpsegim
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tnpsegim
1 month 17 days ago

Thanks for the review. Would be nice og you could add the price and list of parts to the description. As you said their webpage is a bit confusing.

FRED JONES
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FRED JONES
1 month 20 days ago

that piece of equipment is total shit; weak, wobbly crap

Petros Makris
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Petros Makris
1 month 22 days ago

Wow, saying ballscrew when there is no ballscrew, super nice

Kung-Fu Mojo
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Kung-Fu Mojo
1 month 29 days ago

New to cnc machines.. so are the x-carve and shapeoko on a lower leaugue than the machines at cncrouterparts? I mean even the benchtop is way more expensive. Would you say that the two brands I named are more for DIY'ers at home, hobbyist, where as the machines from cncrouterparts are for production?

Jimmy Noname
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Jimmy Noname
2 months 5 days ago

No link to the company?

Yevgeniy 545
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Yevgeniy 545
2 months 18 days ago
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