Hello everyone! I'm used to 3D printing, and need to get started with CNC routers quickly. I've been buying parts to build a CNC, but i don't have enough time to design it fully, and need a CNC for various stuff. The openbuild C-Beam machine seems like a really good kit to start, and i'm really considering buying it. So, now, i have a few questions concerning this kit : OpenBuilds C-Beam Machine Is it ok to run it with a Smoothieboard (well i'm sure it is ok, but is it a good match?) what spindle can i fit onto this machine? can i use a dremel, to cut small very thin sheets of brass (0.2-0.3mm thick)? or even some 5mm wood, or 5mm arcylic? (at least while i source a suitable router or spindle)? how do i know if i need a 12V or 24V power supply? (i'm going for the NEMA23) what is the minimum to get started (i want to have everything i need to start some jobs, to start learning, while other parts are in transit)? what else do i need? If the Dremel is suitable, i have a 3D printer, so i can design and print an adapter. (It may take time to get a proper router, because i'm in french west indies, so i have to find a 220V router, and get it expedited here, in the caribbean). Thanks in advance!