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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldwrench View Post
    Is this the guy? An attractive toy, I guess—for anybody unaware of the reality of cutting metal (Aggressive cuts? Seriously?)
    No, that machine is a generic CN pos that's well overpriced.

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    Anyone seen this yet?

    SwissMak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldwrench View Post
    An attractive toy, I guess...
    Not even that. You can readily buy 4 and 5 axis toys for a grand. I think I have a photo ... definitely cheesy but only $1,000 and I did see parts made ... ($500 for the hardware, add your own laptop for the controller).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandionx View Post
    Anyone seen this yet?

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    Yeah saw it like Wed evening. Not much content though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    Not even that. You can readily buy 4 and 5 axis toys for a grand. I think I have a photo ... definitely cheesy but only $1,000 and I did see parts made ... ($500 for the hardware, add your own laptop for the controller).

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    I keep thinking that these toys are graduation projects for students there, they are required to design/make/market something in order to get their diploma, because I can't imagine there being a steady and large enough demand for these outside China to be building them for profit

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandionx View Post
    Anyone seen this yet?

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    Is he proud of that rat's nest of chips?
    Holy shit who in their right mind would use that as a promo video?
    All that's telling people is that you can only cut aluminum and wood on this thing plus you won't be able to spin it fast enough to break a chip.

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    Where are the 8 axis at? X Y Z A/B ...? Maybe he is counting the turret indexes? Last I checked a 2 axis lathe with a turret was still 2 axis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    Is he proud of that rat's nest of chips?
    Holy shit who in their right mind would use that as a promo video?
    All that's telling people is that you can only cut aluminum and wood on this thing plus you won't be able to spin it fast enough to break a chip.
    But remember, he is marketing to people who think "metal" is metal and if you can cut it... WOW!

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    I laughed out loud when I saw that birds nest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1974 View Post
    Where are the 8 axis at? X Y Z A/B ...? Maybe he is counting the turret indexes? Last I checked a 2 axis lathe with a turret was still 2 axis?
    He has claimed the machine has 8,9,10 axis depending on which way the wind is blowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booze Daily View Post
    I laughed out loud when I saw that birds nest.
    How do you get to the video, I can't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How do you get to the video, I can't find it.
    Click the link to the website a few posts up and then just scroll down and it starts playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How do you get to the video, I can't find it.
    It's part of that "stack" of images on the front page, the video is about a two minute cycle without a way to pause or speed it up (that I found, maybe there is a way).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booze Daily View Post
    I laughed out loud when I saw that birds nest.
    At least when it's a birds nest it keeps the chips from going right into that completely exposed bearing around the B axis.

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    But there were chips packed into the exposed lead screws.

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    The grooving path was on point . Finish pass on the groove has problem with offset? Watch the tool dip just before it makes the ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70olds View Post
    Click the link to the website a few posts up and then just scroll down and it starts playing.
    Probably some setting I changed to block auto start videos, that blocks every auto start but those on ESPN. I used to have data capped internet so videos were a no-no.

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    Don't know if this was posted before:
    https://www.amazon.com/XINSHAN-Mater...790230&sr=8-51

    Could be the supplier vendor is "Selling them out the back door" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Don't know if this was posted before:
    https://www.amazon.com/XINSHAN-Mater...790230&sr=8-51

    Could be the supplier vendor is "Selling them out the back door" ?
    That is much closer to the pocket nc 5-Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machines
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    We bought one at work to take out on recruiting drives. Its neat. But wont do much and wont do what it can do very fast. But shows the principles for 1/5th the cost of our 5 axis haas trunion that broke after 2 hours of use

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    I like how it has "micron accuracy" using rolled trapezoidal lead screws.


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