Testing The Maslow Cnc
Testing the maslow cnc is post about Cnc Woodworking bookmarked by leroy with ID 12167869838 was uploaded on 07-04-2019 and has been viewed 406,570 times.
Furniture maker, Curtis Erpelding testing and tuning the Maslow CNC The Maslow CNC is a CNC kit that costs just $350.For that price, you should expect a few compromises.For one thing, you have to put it together.
Of course you'll get the key mechanical, electrical and electronic parts, however, you will need to provide plywood and a couple of 2' x 4's to complete it.The good news, after using one for a while, I can confirm that it really does work but there is one more ingredient you need: 'Geekiness.
' After reviewing the beta kit, I think it's important for potential buyers to approach it with realistic expectations.First, the Maslow is not a plug-and-play CNC —not that any current CNC is, but the Maslow throws in some extra challenges along the way.
It's a very basic kit mechanically but there are also a few software issues to overcome.What this means is that if you decide to build a Maslow you need to be prepared to step in and solve a few problems as they come up.
Because of my schedule, I was unable to build the kit, so fellow furniture maker Curtis Erpelding got my beta unit up and running....