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Jim Hensel - DIY CNC Router


If you had access to a larger router then you should cut a joes2006 instead. The JGRO is good for those without access to a CNC router. If you have limited room it’s easy to scale down the joes2006. Nothing against the JGRO, I have one and it has served me well but for me it’s primary use is to cut a joes2006 which is a significant upgrade. Supported rails and all.

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