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I am the new owner of a 1999 Warthog router. Everything seems to be fine with the exception of the comtroller. My question is, would I be better off upgrading to a newer version. I'm thinking that it may be more user friendly for a retired guy. I plan on using Mach 3, Bobcad, Aspire, and V Carve.
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I am the new owner of a 1999 Warthog router. Everything seems to be fine with the exception of the comtroller. My question is, would I be better off upgrading to a newer version. I'm thinking that it may be more user friendly for a retired guy. I plan on using Mach 3, Bobcad, Aspire, and V Carve.
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You know "BJ" your 40 years in wood working is starting to show. I keep waiting for you to be stumped, not for negative reasons, but you never are!! Pal your experience shows, and to me it sure looks good. I always look forward to your answers for someone's problem.

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Welcome to the RouterForums Gary. We do have a CNC section here also.




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