The 500 Maslow Cnc Beta Report
The 500 maslow cnc beta report is article about Cnc Woodworking bookmarked by rafael with ID 12226929056 was uploaded on 25-01-2019 and has been viewed 278,150 times.
The Maslow is not a conventional CNC.It's kit based, and costs less than $500.$350 if you've got a couple of 2' x 4's and some plywood to throw in.If you're new to the Maslow, here's Part One, Two and Three.
This started out as a crowd-funded Kickstarter project, which means that the product is still in a development phase.As you can see, the Maslow is rather unique.Rather than a flatbed CNC, the machine works vertically, suspending a router by a pair of chains that wrap around a couple of small motors.
Keep in mind that the way the machine is designed and it's low cost make it hard to compare it to most CNCs.The Maslow is better for cutting designs from sheets of flat material like plywood or MDF, then smaller solid wood parts.
As part of the development phase, a group of early backers volunteered to be 'beta testers'.What that means is that the product is nearing final development.Real world feedback is vital so that the final kits and instructions will be as fine tuned as possible.
Furniture maker Curtis Erpelding in front of his much improved Maslow frame.A few weeks ago, I received my...