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Hello all! I am looking into purchasing a new 5 x 10 machine next year. Our current machine is 17 years old, and I need something that will last us another 20 years. I think I have my mind made up on an Anderson Router. Guaranteed parts for 25 years, and they are really close to our shop in NC. Onsrud is close as well, but Anderson seems like a better value. I am trying to decide between the spectrum m series and the selexx. Anyone have any experience with these machines? Suggestions?
Any input is appreciated.
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Paul
 

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Whoa, these are nice as I never heard of them either.
Is this the place? All I found was the Selexx, no Spectrum.
Wonder what the number$ are on those?
Whats your current machine and what do you do?
Isnt Biesse in this ball field as well?
Maybe @ger21 would have some input.
Thanks for responding!! Yes, that is their website. We build mostly European commercial cabinetry, please check out our page!
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We are currently using a Cosmec conquest 510, it has been a great machine but it is 17 years old. Cosmec was sold by Holz-her in the US, but they stopped when they brought out their own machines. I cant find anyone to work on it, so when it goes down I will be in a heap of trouble.
Attached is the spectrum brochure

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I have an Anderson Selexx 5x10 and I’m very happy with machine. I have had 2 separate Biesse machines in past. Anderson is heavy duty, simple to operate. The sweep arm is well engineered and works great. My current has the small 5x5 drill block. I have a new one coming that has the larger 18 (I think) spindle drill block.
With set up below we are out producing our Biesse full auto load and unload machine
How to Easily Load and Unload Sheet Goods on a CNC With Minimal Effort and Cost
 
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