To be clear, we first brought you word of the Monoprice CNC Router back during the CES 2023 days (which you can see here). So, why bring it up again? It sort of went back under wraps, and the latest embargo just lifted, so we’re highlighting it once again, for carving up all sorts of goodies on your workbench.
Now, to be sure – if you’re using the Monoprice CNC Router, you’re not about to start up production of, say, pocket knives made from hardened steel. That’s not what this is for. Sure, it can handle softer metals (say, like copper, brass, or aluminum), but this is more intended for cutting into woods and plastics.
Moving on 3 axis, the Monoprice CNC Router should give you a decent amount of freedom, provided you can fit your workpiece under the boom, and clamp it to the table. Once in place, it’ll need to be hooked to a Windows PC to be able to program and get cutting. Once you’re setup, though, you’re just limited by your imagination as far as what you can cut out.
So, whether you’re looking to engrave your name onto your cases, or maybe just try cutting out an amazing new jigsaw puzzle, this workbench-ready Monoprice CNC Router should get the job done. And, at $299, it’s not going to break the bank, either. monoprice.com