should have thought of this. while I’m looking at the gallery, help me understand the working height.
for example, if I know I’ll ONLY be using 3/4 inch MDF. I should go with 3/4 working height?
thag would be 3/4 + 2.87 (as it’s the minimum stated on the cut calculator)
ok, so from what I see in the gallery, heres what I know I’ll be using this machine for: Everything.
Jokes aside, I’ll be using it mainly for wood and plastic. But I really like the fact that you can almost do everything with it. Im a graphic designer by trade, geek at heart, DIY lover. “printing” t-shirt with it sparks something in me, but also I like working wood. I have a speaker buildng project on the table, and a couple of logo sign (wall hanging decoration) to do for a couple friends already.
And I also think of a laser engraver for the (near) future.
My thought process for 4inch working height was: 2.87 in minimum + 2x 3/4 in =4.37in
picked a common speaker baffle (front face) thickness, and mutiplys by 2 because sometimes speaker has 2 baffle, so 1.5inch thick
So between 4in and 4.5 in of working height. Does that makes sense ?