|Anthony Romans||08/03/2020 12:41:33|
|2 forum posts|
I'm interesting in metalwork and machining, would like to get into CNC sometime in the future!
|Brian H||08/03/2020 13:08:09|
1589 forum posts
Hello and welcome Anthony.There should be lots on here to help you and if you have any questions, you have but to ask.
|Howard Lewis||08/03/2020 16:43:22|
|3154 forum posts|
At the risk of bringing all sorts of flak down on my head, whilst CNC will do things that normal handle twirling won't, unless going in for volume production, why CNC?
Hobby Model Engineers usually only produce a few of an item, unless making nuts / bolts. (I think that the most that I have made was 8 off ),
The trap is that you spend an hour programming so that the machine cuts metal for five minutes!
Reaches for suit of armour and tine hat!
|Former Member||08/03/2020 16:50:01|
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|Neil Wyatt||19/03/2020 17:49:30|
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Welcome to the forum, Anthony.
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