Every once inawhile I think about getting into the CNC thing (then I sober up). If I were to do it, I'd seriously consider the Laguna machine. Laguna's president is a European man who is a woodworker and engineer. He seems to be a stickler for quality--which is never going to be the cheapest in class. So even though the CNC is high priced, I suspect it's very good quality and rugged as well. There's no do DIY kits for Laguna.
If someone from Laguna is reading this, I hope they'd consider connecting with David Falkner, setting him up with a machine, then having him offer getting started classes in California. They have a shop setting there for their videos that would make a great classroom. Believe me, in mid winter a trip to the California coast would be a treat for frozen Easterners, and a class by David would likely be a great draw. I'd go for sure. If they arranged financing for people who attend, they'd probably sell a few machines too.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 08-13-2019 at 11:40 AM.