How do CNCs Work?

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here are many types of CNCs (computer numeric control), but for most woodworkers a 3-axis CNC router is the right tool and also the most affordable. The axis are: X, Y and Z. The spindle or router travels along the long axis and on an overhanging gantry for the perpendicular second axis. The third axis …

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Work Holding

When using CNCs, there are several new skills and techniques to learn. For example, holding and aligning a board for precision cutting may sound simple but it’s an ongoing challenge for woodworkers using a CNC.

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