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post #1 of 16 Old 07-25-2020, 02:32 AM Thread Starter
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A woodworking machine

I saw a woodworking machine, show it to everyone
it is Tool change,
1300X2500mm
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post #2 of 16 Old 07-25-2020, 08:23 AM
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hello and welcome to the forum.
what is your post about ?
are you just showing your new CNC or are you trying to sell it ?

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post #3 of 16 Old 07-25-2020, 08:26 AM
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That's no hobby cnc.
I'd have to get rid of most my other tool to fit that in my shop.
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post #4 of 16 Old 07-25-2020, 10:10 AM
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I saw CNC machines like that during a tour of a cabinet factory. They used them to cut multiple cabinet doors from a full size sheet of MDF.
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it's spam.
I've seen spam, no desire to show everyone spam.

it's spam.
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I saw it in a wood workshop, share it with everyone
I want to try to use it as a prototype mold for FRP

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it's spam.
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it's spam.
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A mold for FRP?
Kind of an expensive toy for a boat mold.

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welcome to the forum - what part of the world are you in ??

yes, the CNC is often used to make molds for FRP things.
the mold can be made in sections and joined together
on the floor if the project exceeds the capabilities of the CNC machine.

looking forward to seeing what you are up to with your post here.

you said you saw it in a woodworking shop.
does that mean that you don't have one now ?
and you want to buy one like it ?
we are a little confused about what you are asking.
I have a friend in Canada that uses his huge CNC machine to make
styrofoam molds of characters used in Disney World in Orlando, FL.
he makeS many FRP projects for Disney that start off on the CNC
then goes to the fiberglass shop.

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Um..what's FRP?
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in my world, FRP is Fiber Reinforced Plastic (or Polymer).
usually, fiberglass. like shower stalls, bath tubs, sink inserts,
boats and boat parts, etc.
anything you want to reproduce several of, a mold is made
either by hand or on a CNC table.
any product that is made of "sturdy plastic" or fiberglass usually
starts out in a CNC room somewhere.
(google is your friend when it comes to finding "what is" answers).

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welcome to the forum - what part of the world are you in ??

yes, the CNC is often used to make molds for FRP things.
the mold can be made in sections and joined together
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rld in Orlando, FL.
he makeS many FRP projects for Disney that start off on the CNC
then goes to the fiberglass shop.

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Hello

I am in Shanghai
I like modelplans and ships

I saw these machines in the wood workshop, and BOSS told me that the price he bought was: the machine with tool magazine is $11,000, servo motor, 16 knives, 1300*2500 mm, with vacuum, but I dont know how to use G Code, he bought 5 new machines to build furniture,
He used a machine without a tool magazine, changed the tools manually, 1300*2500, stepper motor, and used a PC computer. He wanted to transfer the second-hand machine for 4,500 US dollars. He had 6 such machines and used for 2 years.

Im hesitating to buy a new machine with a tool change, a low-priced second-hand machine without a tool change, or do a DIY myself.
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cnc machines are very impressive and capable woodworking machines.

the tool changer adds huge time advantages when tool changes are required for an operation.

g code knolwedge knowledge is not necessary nowadays with cad and cam software available to assist you in the drawing and the tool path generation (g code). but, you do have to learn those programs, and fortunately there are tons of on-line tutorials (many on youtube) to help you on that learning curve.

keep us updated on what you decided...
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Hello

I am in Shanghai
I like modelplans and ships

I saw these machines in the wood workshop, and BOSS told me that the price he bought was: the machine with tool magazine is $11,000, servo motor, 16 knives, 1300*2500 mm, with vacuum, but I dont know how to use G Code, he bought 5 new machines to build furniture,
He used a machine without a tool magazine, changed the tools manually, 1300*2500, stepper motor, and used a PC computer. He wanted to transfer the second-hand machine for 4,500 US dollars. He had 6 such machines and used for 2 years.

Im hesitating to buy a new machine with a tool change, a low-priced second-hand machine without a tool change, or do a DIY myself.
Jump over to our sister forum, Router Forums, for greater interest and knowledge in CNC routers. You can be on both forums, btw, and probably keep the same user name for your convenience.

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