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OpenBuilds Sphinx 1050 vs OpenBuilds WorkBee 1050

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by Exodon, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. Exodon

    Exodon New
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    Hi community.

    I have a particular question.

    I am newbie in the CNC world and I'm researching to buy my first CNC and after few months of researching I come to this questions :

    I need to work with hard wood and I need a strong machine to do something like this :

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    I double check this models :
    • OpenBuilds Sphinx 1050
    • OpenBuilds WorkBee 1050
    For this kind of work what you recommend ? I would like to know the opinions from the maker and experience persons.

    Other question is related with the Z- Axis, how deep this machine can go ?

    Finally, what is your opinion about Shapeoko ? is worth it to compare with other openbuild machines? Because now I'm trying to find the pros / cons of the both machines, the future machine is going to be to build didgeridoos, in similiar way that you see on the photo.

    Thank you very much

    Best Regards
    Ricardo Branco
     
  2. MaryD

    MaryD OpenBuilds Team
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    I'll defer to the experienced craftsmen as to the feasibility for your target project. However, for a simple comparison of the stock machines, including the Z Axis height, I've attached the quick reference guides below for these machines. These are also available for all of our machines by looking at the item description in the Part Store

    Best to you!
     

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  3. Exodon

    Exodon New
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    Thank you :)
     

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