This Machine Has Earned Me SO MUCH MONEY

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This machine has earned me so much money! How to turn a CNC machine into a business. I got a massive, huge CNC machine upgrade; a 5′ x 10′ Avid Pro CNC and I’m wondering if this is the future of woodworking, manufacturing, small business, and DIY. I’ll explain my thoughts on that, and why CNC machines are here to stay.

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Bogdan Popescu says:

Having a CNC machine cuts the cost of flattening slabs, making logos and cutting shapes to such a degree, it is crazy!
Think how much it costs to do it somewhere else (time, transport, price). My CNC is my number one go to machine (the second is the planer). It's magical.
JESSY should be the name 🙂

Wally Heindl says:

no.. I just need to win lotto….

Duncan-Lee Lakey says:

Good evening Jonny, hope doing well my name is Duncan and I'm in S.A…I am really struggling to level/ balance my gantry but no success any advice or recommendation please…

Toolsty says:

I think that CNC machines will be used in future, but some traditional industries will be replaced with 3D printing, main reason for that is development of 3D printers, 3D printers alredy can print metals and alloys, yeah i know that 3D printer basically is CNC machine, if we talk about furniture industry its for sure that CNC machines are staying here for a long time, but some other industries that is "unapproachable" for proccessing with CNC machines will be swallowed by 3D printers, my opinion is that the casting industry will be replaced with 3D printing for small objects, and in future that scale will just get higher and higher.

Georgey boy howe says:

beautiful machine it deserves the name HAL from 2001 space Odyssey lol atb

In the Midwest says:

give this guy a Nobel prize for just figuring out you can use cnc to carve stuff into wood, smh.

Dave wallace says:

So, you are financially comfortable now? If so, why not give the machine away to someone else so they can make themselves comfortable 🙂

Joe Mama says:

And you pay my salary thanks. says:

Good purchase !
The more advanced version would be to use the diagonal CNC machine.
Those occupy less floor space, while cutting larger work areas.

Prefab home builders use CNC and offer cheaper homes, which they deliver in parts.

Berend Lucas van der Weide says:

It takes a different approach with a CNC. You can't just buy it and expect it to work. You need to put in the effort to understand how you do your CAD/CAM, what software to use and how much will set you back both financially and in time to master it. My compagnon is a hardcore-by-hand type of furniture maker, afraid of computers, 3rd generation in line of carpenters (from his father to his great grand father). His work is up there, incredibly well made. Good eye for the finest details. He has a huge SCM table saw, large SCM planer and a Blum door hinge drill with row boring feature as well. And a domino and Lamello cutter. That's his method. The thing is. Carpenters (at least the ones i know) are not famous for their flexibility when it comes to 'new'. Sceptical at best. I sometime machine things on the CNC for him. He's happy with it, but he won't step up to learn how to CAD/model. It's just not his thing. He's like 'i don't understand how you can spent an entire day behind the screen designing' . I do projects of which he would refuse and the other way around. I own a CNC and a edge banding machine, it has been profitable, but most of it, I enjoy/love my work. I do work for some companies, and also make custom furniture.

PS, that MDF can be cut in 1 take, no need to go 2 times around that contours. No need to be careful with MDF. 🙂 0,5 -0,6mm/teeth is the way to go.

I don't know what work you're in, but I couldn't do without my vacuum table!

John Smith says:

cnc are here for half a century in woodworking

JonDoh says:

I am interested but not convinced. I assemble a lot of Ikea furniture for TaskRabbit. I doubt that I could ever match them for design, quality, or price on CNC manufactured furniture. The only angle I could reasonably try for is to try to find a niche item they don't make. The reason I would be getting into woodworking or furniture building is, even Ikea furniture leaves a lot to be desired, especially for durability.

Bob Too says:

scaling up jigsaw to the point of furniture seems pretty reasonable.

Khan says:

Next time your friend has "obligations" and no time to help you … call me, I help you just for fun 😀

C O says:

Makes biz sense, specially with the composite "woods" that we are getting now which are less fun to carve, saw, shave and nail.

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Scratchin' Jack says:

A honest and sincere video. Thank you. CNC is a mystery to me though I have Fusion 360 3D modeling experience. This video is helping.

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