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Old 09-17-2016, 09:50 PM
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Default Can I Upgrade to a Spindle?

The short answer is yes. CAMaster will sell virtually all the parts that are currently in production to Owners of their machines that wish to buy parts to upgrade them.

When it comes to changing any CNC machines configuration the real answer has much more to do with an individual users skillset than anything else. Rather than explain it all, look over this thread: http://www.camheads.org/showthread.php?t=7351

In that thread, John explains the process, including the fact that a number of the parts weren't purchased from the factory. He explains that there are software settings, macros, hardware and both low and line voltage wiring changes that need to be done to complete the task.

The long answer is that virtually all CNC manufacturers will be happy to sell any upgrade that their user base wants, but not all of those users are able to self install. Another thing to consider is that CAMaster machines are custom built for each users selection of options. This allows different macros and settings to be used that are based on the machines performance. Not so with most other brands.

So the real question may be: Can YOU upgrade your machine?
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