CNC wood routers are the most diverse woodworking machines. Equally capable of producing detailed work such as intricate cutouts for doors and basic work such as stair risers, CNC routers offer something to almost every type of woodwork.
But the advanced technology that supplies their capabilities also makes them some one of the most expensive woodworking machines. This means that shopping for CNC wood routers for sale should be preceded by carefully considering kind of equipment one needs. Before you buy a router, be sure to analyze your needs in terms of production capacity, the equipment budget, and the lifespan of the equipment.
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The production capacity of CNC wood routers is defined by several things, the most prominent of which is their construction grade: hobby grade, mid grade, or industrial grade. For low volume woodwork that doesn't require a high degree of intricacy, a mid grade model may work fine, but a high demand for intricate and/or basic work typically necessitates an industrial model.
Another facet of production capacity is the size of the cutting table. Even if you produce small pieces, a fully loaded, large table will allow you to produce them efficiently in high volumes. A large table also gives you the flexibility to produce large pieces when the need arises. As long as your workspace can house the machine, investing in a model that has a larger table is ideal.