- VCarve Pro 7.5 w/Cut 3-D software package included (over $900 value).
- Includes 3/8" Diameter V-Groove Router Bit
- Includes two Hold-down Clamps
- Includes mounts for a Bosch Router (Router Motor is not included, sold separately)
- Fully compatible with the Bosch Colt Palm Router
- Free downloadable control program included
- Download free project plans from Vectric
- Travel: X: 13" Y: 24" Z: 4.5".
- High Speed traverse rate: 200 ipm
- Bearings: 12 precision linear bearing guides (4 on each axis) for maximum rigidity.
- Resolution: Full step of 0.0005 inch; at 1/8 step 0.0000625 inch.
- 269 oz/in 1.8-degree steppers.
- USB interface with on controller memory storage.
- 5 turn ACME precision modified threaded with acetyl backlash reducing nuts on all axes.
- 24V Supply to provide full power to the steppers.
- Made in the U.S.A. Rockler is the exclusive distributor of this item in the United States.
- One year warranty on parts and labor, special shipping exclusions apply
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|Manufacturer Part Number||CNC Shark|
(1) One 3/8" Diameter V-Groove Bit
(1) Two Hold-down Clamps
(1) V-Carve 7.5 Software
(1) Cut 3D Software
(1) Router mount (see the Overview tab for compatible routers)
23 Review(s)View All
Solid and accurate machinePosted November 20, 2014
Good productPosted November 3, 2014
After that, software installation was a breeze. I was up and running in no time. The Shark is easy to use and the included software ("a $900 value") actually does cost as much as Rockler claims. VCarve Pro ($600) and Cut3D ($300) can be purchased together for $850 on Vectric's website. It's an enticing enough packaging to make me choose the Shark over the new Piranha, since I value the 3D capabilities.
While the Shark includes a V bit, you'll also want to purchase some router bits of your own, including and end mill or two. If you don't have much experience with CNC machines, as I didn't, I recommend starting with a couple cheap bits that you won't mind ruining during the learning process.
Absolutely dependablePosted June 12, 2014