I've seen this on other forums, it looks interesting although the full retail price is eye watering. It is supposed to autocorrect for your shaky hands. Of course it also requires a cutting file which you would either have to get from the designer or create yourself. Hopefully the price will fall after the early adopters have paid the development costs. Graham
Now that is a serious contender. Surprisingly accurate given the design and certainly seems good enough for cutting parts for boats. The benefits of it operating unattended (apart from resetting depth of cutter) potentially puts it ahead of the Shaper Origin. 8' x 4' capability in such a small footprint is also genius. Price is very attractive too.
Also like their open source approach.
Thanks for bringing this one to our attention Chris.
On 16 Nov 2016, at 07:35, Chris Partridge [via UK HBBR Forum] <[hidden email]> wrote: