Thank you for the Kind comment:thumbsup:Great work. :thumbsup:
I bought it so I can add that little extra to projects like this. The old saying " you get what you pay for" holds true here. It's the cheapest CNC on the market. So, with that said, if you purchase one be prepared to get to know it very well. It is very quirky. I have owned mine for a year and a half now. It has yet to fail me for carving anything. But, quite often, when walking up to the unit, something isn't right or needs to be adjusted before it will begin to carve.how is the carvewright? is it worth to own it? those online review is not that promising....
well, what kind of adjustment you need to make? do you need to fix some parts?