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Their website says "it's the most hackable machine in it's class, Customize it to suit your needs"! Yet I contacted them and they will not sell the rails. That seems backwards to me. They promote modifying the machine but won't sell you the parts. I would have to pay $475 for an upgrade kit plus sh...
- Wed Nov 13, 2019 8:49 pm
- Forum: Build Logs
- Topic: Carbide 3D will not sell the rail extrusions. Really?
- Replies: 0
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"The most hackable machine in it's class. Customize it to suit your needs". That's what is says on their website. So If I want to purchase two rails I have to spend $675.00 on the upgrade kit. Something just seems wrong here. I thought they were promoting modifications to their machines. I guess I ...
- Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:30 pm
- Forum: Computing Hardware
- Topic: Expanding bed size. Will Carbite Create & Carbide Motion work on a larger bed?
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Really appreciate any feedback on this. I'm in the planning stage of upgrading my bed size with new longer rails. One of the issues that came to mind, will carbide software products still work? I like using Carbide Create. I import all my drawing files from Corel draw and create cutting paths in Car...
- Sat Oct 26, 2019 7:22 pm
- Forum: Lounge
- Topic: Professional Sign Shop. Anyone making money with their Shapeoko?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 2838
I was just curious if I am the only sign shop using the Shapeoko. A CNC is a common tool in the sign industry to cut letters and graphics. Being a small sign shop I did not want to purchase an expensive machine, especially since I've had no experience with a CAD table. I usually order my letters who...