Or for the more DIY there's, I know off at least 2 maybe 3 of these in our chapter http://www.hainesengineering.com/rhaines/cnc/cnc_info.htmView attachment 74696 I started with a basic kit from CNC Router Parts and made the table out of 2x4's and plywood.
View attachment 74697 View attachment 74698 I was on a budget so I went with cheap Chinese electronics off of ebay. So far (6 or 7 years) they've worked great.
...when I was surfing around for these pictures this morning I was blown away by how much more "home cnc" stuff is out there now and how much the price has come down in just a few years.
Yep, that's how it all starts. :gig:
That one looks good but a little 'involved'. There are hundreds of plans on the interweb for cheap (affordable), easy CNC machines. I can't imagine why there's not one in every garage that has a tablesaw.Or for the more DIY there's, I know off at least 2 maybe 3 of these in our chapter http://www.hainesengineering.com/rhaines/cnc/cnc_info.htm
It ain't pounds that keep a VP-2 from being a two seater, it's inches. 34 inches is 34 inches no matter how much you weigh :gig:Think of it as the Evans diet...build a VP-2, then lose 50 lbs if you want to take up a passenger.