Has anyone tried this C&c router?

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Has anyone tried this C&c router?

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Has anyone tried this $500 4x8 c&c router?

Seems like it has a small margin of error compared to professional units. But for the main construction method here that might not be an issue.

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Re: Has anyone tried this C&c router?

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I saw it, but at the end of the day, it seemed easier to draw lines and run a router by hand.
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Re: Has anyone tried this C&c router?

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Know a guy that has one. The problem for us would be the edge cuts. It tends to get “wobbly” in the edges. Other than that he loves it.

His solution to the edge issue is to just stop his plans 1” from the edge.
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