Hello everyone, I have been following this site for several months. (Long enough to get bitten by the "I've got to have one of these" bugs.) My goal is to build a 1000 mm x 1000 mm copy of Mark Carew's Ox CNC router. My intentions are to cut all types of wood (plywoods, soft woods and hard woods) and plastics. I am going to be using a Dewalt DWP-600 1.25 HP 1/4" router. I'm in the early stages of purchasing materials and find myself torn between two ways of thinking about stepper motors and controllers for my machine. Will the Nema 23 stepper motors, arduino, power supply, etc sold in the OpenBuilds parts store be sufficient for my needs, or should I go this route? http://www.cncrouterparts.com/4-axis-diy-nema-23-electronics-kit-p-75.html I'll admit that I do not understand the electrical portion of the build. Thanks for any advice on the subject. On a side note: I've already purchased by build plates from Chris Laidlaw. The quality of his work is exceptional! I highly recommend him to anyone!