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Require help to choose a decent inexpensive woodworking cnc router to produce doors and windows.
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Welcome to the forum.

A lot more information is required before one could make a suggestion.

Country voltage?

Can you buy locally or import.

Are any CNC machines advertised locally.

Can you import direct from China factories or through India?

Does anyone else in your city (Thimphu?) use a CNC?

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Require help to choose a decent inexpensive woodworking cnc router to produce doors and windows.
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I haven't seen any "inexpensive cnc woodworking machines" on the market.
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