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  • Just ordered a Stinger 1


    Hi all,

    I just ordered and put my deposit down on a Stinger 1 w/ a 2x4 table. The sales guy said around 4-6 weeks lead time. I can't wait to put it to work. I started a small business making 3D signs out of my garage about 2 months ago. I'm working my Nextwave Shark HD510 from 6am to midnight 7 days a week. It's been a good enough machine, but I needed to step up to a professional production machine with more features. The Shark was a good machine to learn on though, and I will continue to run it. In a perfect world I'd like to have 3-4 Stingers running simultaneously.
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    Congrats on the new Stinger and welcome aboard! Thats a nice looking sign you made. Cant wait to see what else you crank out on the SR24 when it arrives.
    I love mine and Im sure you will love yours!
    Joe Garber
    Retired, Hobbyist
    Stinger 1 SR24
    FTC
    Laser Pointer
    HSD 1.7kw Spindle
    Indexing Lathe
    WinCNC, Aspire 10.5, PhotoCarve
    Storm Vacuum
    drummerjg@icloud.com


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    • #3

      Congratulations on your Stinger order!
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      Jim Becker

      SR-44 (2018), 1.7kw spindle, Performance Premium, USB, Keypad, T-Slot table (y-axis configuration), WinCNC, VCarve Pro upgraded to Aspire

      Non CNC stuff...

      SCM/Minimax
      Festool "a good collection"
      Stubby - lathe
      Oneida Cyclone
      more...

      Retired from full time work in the telecom industry 9/2017
      Occasional commission work for others, but mostly for me...furniture/tack trunks/signage/guitars
      Located Bucks County PA

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      • #4

        welcome to the club. that is a really nice looking plaque!!!
        Panther PT-404 (aluminum)
        6 position ATC w/5hpHSD, Aspire 11/WinCNC, Recoil, Laser, Hurricane
        near bottom of the learning curve!!

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        • #5

          Nice. Congrats on the Stinger. I feel that you will find it much more robust than the Shark. If you're staying busy doing all that 3D work you really need a few machines running at one time to be somewhat profitable if you're doing it as a FT business.
          Wes
          Elite CNC Routing & Woodworks on Facebook
          Steel 5X10 Panther
          5Hp ATC spindle with 8 tool carousel
          WinCNC
          VcarvePro 9.5
          15Hp FPZ vacuum, phenolic plenum

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