Good video and a pretty cool concept. Will you be marketing these to the US? How well do they work for engineering purposes - flat pieces, dimensional pockets and reliefs, interlocking tabs, etc.? Or is this primarily for 3D carved projects?
Thanks David! This year we only sell it on our domestic market but in the long term we will definitely planning to extend our sales and go overseas as well.Good video and a pretty cool concept. Will you be marketing these to the US? How well do they work for engineering purposes - flat pieces, dimensional pockets and reliefs, interlocking tabs, etc.? Or is this primarily for 3D carved projects?
Yes, I think it is mainly for companies at least for now. We already have a few customers who don’t have an in-house machinist and they don’t have enough work to employ someone full time. They used to pay for 3rd parties on the monthly bases to get their CNC jobs done. If you are outsourcing 1-2k worth of work month by month than a machine like this can pay for itself within like 2 years.II think it depends on who you are marketing to. Being an old codger the thought of trying to learn how to use a CNC machine is enough to keep me from buying one. However, if I was in the market and saw this, I would buy i in a heartbeat. However, it looks expensive and out of reach of the average homeowner. Being expensive would mean that only a company could afford it. If the company could afford the cost, then they could probably afford a regular CNC and pay for someone that knows how to use one. If the regular one was cheaper, they would probably go with the regular model. BUT if you are looking for an old guy to show the world how easy it is to use then I'm your old goat ship it out!