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It's a very lightweight hobby machine. Be aware that as the size increases, the rigidity will decrease rapidly. Meaning the smallest version will be much better than the largest version.


With CNC machines, you get what you pay for. If you buy the cheapest machine you can find, you'll likely be getting the lowest quality machine.
 

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Also, remember that no single software package does everything well. Over time, you may find yourself using a variety of programs to get projects done.
I use a combination of AutoCAD, Fusion 360, Aspire, Lightwave, MeshCAM, JointCAM, and will be getting a copy of DeskProto later this year, when I get my new machine with rotary axis running.
 
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