I would also recommend checking out the Minitech Mini-Mill/3. Their website is
They have other machines as well that are capable of doing non-ferrous
type work, but the
Mini-Mill/3 is supposed to be able to do ferrous materials as well. I have one ordered but have not recieved it yet.
I will admit that my real desire is for a Stratus or a Sander's system
but at just shy of $50,000 there are
currently just out of my economic ranges.
I am also considering Roland's Modela unit at $3,000 but believe that
unit would be too anemic for my
As a result I would like some comment and feed back from this list on
my options at this time.
Current budget is between $10 and $20K for this capability.
Niel Leon - CDS,inc.
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