Welcome to the forum.
Hey Tom! Well, I'm not prioritizing making money with it, but it might fit into my life in a way that includes a livelihood. Like, I don't own a car to make money...Hi Keith, I'm not a CNC user, yet I am pretty much fascinated with them. I think there is a price point around $5,000 where you transition into some pretty good, relatively fast machnes computers and software. If I were to get one, I don't think I'd buy it in pieces, but buy a finished machine. But that only from a company that had classes, spare parts, and lots of support. I think from what our CNC folks here have said in the past, that it takes 6 months to learn to produce relatively flat pieces. I'm not so concerned with learning the software, I just don't really want the divorce that would come with whatever CNC I bought. I'll be interested in watching as you go through this process. I'm guessing that you'll be using it to make money..