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Saw this at sears yesterday, all I can say is wow. too bad it's $1800

http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...id=00921754000

If the link doesn't work search for compucarver under tools at sears.com

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That looks like a great tool. A little bit out of my price range at this point. My wife is already on my case about buying a new tool for every project I start.
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Wow, Doug! That's some piece of equipment! Looks like a toaster to me. What does it actually do and how? I'm not too clear on that.

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Geordie, this is a home owner version of a CNC router. It is designed for 3 dimensional carving via computer control. Using v bits to carve designs in relief. Read the reviews on the Sears site for more information. And Santa... I have a bit of room left in my shop...

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Sweet! I should of put that on my list instead of the Milescraft Spiro-crafter!

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Saw this at sears yesterday, all I can say is wow. too bad it's $1800

Sears: Online department store featuring appliances, tools, fitness equipment and more

If the link doesn't work search for compucarver under tools at sears.com
they make more profit out of the exchange rate.

at present the A$ is much better than the US$, but on the web site they quoted the AUD$ as $2400 which makes it about US$2500........LOL

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