LongMill MK2 Configurator

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  1. Heat machine. Easy to assemble and big enough for most projects.

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  2. I had no previous experience with a CNC. After learning about the machine on Instagram I felt very attracted to the company, and the price point sealed the deal. Had a relaxed experience building it and learning about the machine with Chris’s online instructions. Along the way, through his videos, I got to know the company even better with his insights and anecdotes. The only stressful part of assembly was final squaring of the machine (even though I’d built a very careful torsion box to support it). But I got through it and achieved a pretty high level of squareness. Using it has been great, I’ve been able to implement many of the dream cuts Ive had in my head for years. One thing that was new to me was learning really how much the machine knew what it was doing. Eventually I learned that it’s effectively a perfect motion control system, and it sort of stops there. You have to babysit it a little and provide a watchful eye to make sure it’s cutting, not hitting anything it shouldn’t, the router and bit are working well, etc. Already I’m playing the game of revising g-code to see how fast I can cut things safely. I’m really just a baby in the CNC knowledge world but I’m looking forward to many more experiences with it. Overall its been wonderful, and it feels fantastic working with a Canadian made machine in a Canadian wood working shop.

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  3. haven’t used it yet because I am waiting for the rest of the parts for the cnc. ordered on march 3rd and haven’t anything yet. just says its on its way.

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  4. Great machine so far! Gsender is easy too. Easy to set up, I just followed the assembly videos. Now I just need to spend more time in design software to start trying projects!

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  5. This is my second LongMill CNC. My little business has grown to the point that I could not keep up with my demand. I considered other CNC Machines but chose to stay with the LongMill. I was up and running in a day. I would highly recommend the LongMill to anyone wanting to up their CNC game.

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