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5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60K range

10/24/18       
jeremy

We are looking to purchase our first cnc router. Looking to get a 5x10 table with vac and auto tool changer. We do architectural millwork and flooring and will use it mostly for short runs and lots of custom one off fabrications. Looking for some recommendations on machines and dealers in the Midwest area. We are located in Ohio.
We have been outsourcing the work for a while its time to bring it in house. We currently produce all the dxf files in house so software is not a big concern for us. Looking for the best bang for the buck and flexibility in the 40K-60K range. Also, good dealer and factory support.

10/24/18       #2: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
david zaret Member

you may have to spend a bit more, but check out shopsabre. made in MN, very high quality, and the best support available.

10/25/18       #3: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
james e mcgrew Member

Website: mcgrewwoodwork.com

I have a Camaster Cobra 5 x 10 cutting daily since 2012, Camaster has a forum with tens on thousands of owners online for support and tech support is life time. they have come a long way since my last machine (Of Six over the years) so look at the elite ATC with Vacuum. a good look at my website will show the work done. worth joining wwwcamheads.org and speaking directly with owners. remember always go visit shops like yours and meet machine owners, You will need friends to learn the curve, the curve is not so difficult just looks confusing for a few minutes. feel free to come see mine in action. the photo below was in 2012 , i will post a current photo later this AM.


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10/25/18       #4: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Tom Gardiner

I have a FMT Patriot. Seven years with no issues. We'll built mid weight machine. Should be in your price range.

10/25/18       #5: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Mark B Member

We have a ShopSabre as well for about 3 years now. Zero issues. Pre and post sale support has been spectacular though we never use it unless we screw up.

10/25/18       #6: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
james e mcgrew Member

Website: mcgrewwoodwork.com

Mark, I love that Answer ! Ain't that the truth ..

10/25/18       #7: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
katz

if you want ,we can be close yours target
included all software package (polyboard +knest)
16 tools on servo magazine ,dril head ,yaskawa servo 85o watt
control system mach 4
included one week training in yours site
not included flights


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10/28/18       #8: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Maurce Member

Support/service is key, especially when this is your 1st machine and support on the other side of the planet doesn’t count as support, when your machine goes down or you need a part pronto.

10/29/18       #9: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Stephen Williams  Member

Website: http://www.partscuttercnc.com

FMT Patriot ( DMS is the parent )
Independent Fagor Control
All ballscrews
Great service
Heavy
Had mine for 7 years
The x and y axis run at 1200
8 tool Holder
You can get a drill head added on

10/29/18       #10: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Roby J Bass Member

We have a Shop Sabre 5x10 with boring head and tool changer. Works great! They have great customer service as well.

10/29/18       #11: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
katz

Maurce ,sure you 100% correct
we now build service team for the usa market,because that not did any promotion,
but i want show our offer ,its build on many years experience with Europe cnc ,our machines have full package ,and real heavy build structure

11/8/18       #12: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
jeremy

Thanks for all the input! After looking at lots of options we have opted to raise the budget a bit and are looking to purchase a Biesse Rover K FT in a 5x10 table. Anybody have any experience with Biesse and their cnc's?

11/12/18       #13: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Dropout Member

I have an old (1999) Arrow that runs 14 hours per day with minimal maintenance.

Their tech support is amazing.

11/15/19       #14: 5x10 Nested base routers for 40K-60 ...
Jason Pang Member

Website: http://www.fanchmachinery.com/cnc-router/5x10ft-li...

We can offer the C510 type ATC CNC Router machine, with 9KW ATC spindle, HSD drilling, atuo tool changer
Pls contact me for more details


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