After almost 3 years of use, the MDF spoil board on my Probotix Meteor needed replacing. I had surfaced it multiple times, it was riddled with lots of screw holes, it had scars from too many deep cutouts and was sagging. Since I was going to have the spoil board off, it was a perfect time to add some supports to the frame. Probotix builds their machines with an open frame which is great for adding a 4th axis or special fixtures like our very own 4D uses. I'm not planning on adding either of these options so I'm beefing up the frame to try to stop some of the sagging of the MDF. I guess time will tell if I'm successful. Here are before, during and after photos. Like I said, it looks like a new machine again. I cut new grid lines in the board using a Probotix provided file.