Stepcraft vs axiom

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Options will be different for different post processors. Selecting the “Post” button in the Post Process dialogue box will create an NC code file according to the settings in the Post Process dialogue. To have the NC file open immediately to be edited or viewed, check the “Open NC file in editor” box on the Post Process dialogue.

4′ x 4′ SHEETS – NO PROBLEM. The WorkBee Z1+ comes in a range of sizes – the biggest CNC Machine can cut 4′ x 4′ without a sweat! For full 8′ x 4′ sheets use CAM Software tiling functions. Insanely accurate. . . ± 0.1mm is achievable on all sizes of the WorkBee Z1+ CNC Machine with it’s lead screw drive system.




I am looking to get a cnc machine for engraving and inlay work in wood. I have narrowed the field to the X-Carve and the Stepcraft 420. I have been following the forums and I have watched over a 100 videos and I have to admit, while I really like the X-Carve, I am being swayed toward the Stepcraft.I would like to get some comments from X-Carve users to direct me to the pros and cons of each.

Our PRO CNC line features a unique large-format machine design that integrates high-performance components, like profile linear guides, precision ballscrews, and our PRO rack and pinion drive system, on a modular platform that provides you with the flexibility to scale and expand your machines along with your production needs (and physical space) as they grow over time.

Compared to the Shark HD5, the Axiom Pro V5 features a more solid structure. The HD5 consists of a lot of plastic in form. The Shark HD5 comes with Vectric VCarve, a desktop design software; however, the Axiom Pro V5 requires purchase. Both machines can operate without using a computer and rely exclusively on the handheld controller.