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Old 04-09-2018, 11:40 PM
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I would put a 4hp single on for non commercial work and a 4 hp ATC if you plan on making a living with the machine.
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Old 04-11-2018, 08:35 PM
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I have a PT 508 ATC 8TC 5.4HP was setup for vacuum and made my own. This machine is a monster!!!!
We do custom cabinets, furniture, and signs, it is amazing what this machine can do and fast. I had a Stinger III first but this machine runs circles around that one. From cutting whole kitchens out from Mozaik or doing 3D designs & signs in Aspire, I have been truly impressed with this machine. We typically run the machine 8 -10 hrs daily but have done some projects were it ran steady for 30 hrs doing a 3D carve in a 8' mantle. We have the space so it is stand alone for loading and unloading sheets. If you are going to use it with your table saw out feed I would recommend from the rear of the machine, for ease of getting at the front cabinet of the cnc and for maintenance.
I hope this helps, if you want to contact by all means do.
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