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Has anyone out there heard of, seen 0r used a "Wirth Machine"? It apparently has a 1 HP Baldor motor, a 1/2" collet and operated with templates in a "3D" manner. A picture can be seen at pro.woodworkers.com sign in and search for The Wirth Machine.

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Is this it?
https://pro.woodworker.com/cgi-bin/F...0&LARGEVIEW=ON
For the price, a Carvewright machine might be a better choice.

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Hi Mike

I though it was a CNC machine like the Carvewright just a big mother to do signs on..

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And a very expensive one at that!

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Is this it?
https://pro.woodworker.com/cgi-bin/F...0&LARGEVIEW=ON
For the price, a Carvewright machine might be a better choice.
Yes, this is it, I have a chance to buy one for $700.00, I think it's a good deal at that price. Comes with original manual, 2 sets of templates and a carbide cutter. It has 3 D capability.

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Well that is 50% of new so go for it!
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