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    Hello everyone,

    I am new to the forum and new to the cnc world. I hope to learn more about them through this forum like what to look for in a used machine and what not buy. any imput would be great. I am looking for something to process MDF doors mainly but don't want to be limited to just MDF doors.

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    Please tell me and everyone else what a MDF door is.
    What is it made of and what does it look like?.
    It sounds like CNC mill part with high RPM?
    Heinz at www.doccnc.com , look here and start learning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinz Putz View Post
    Please tell me and everyone else what a MDF door is.
    What is it made of and what does it look like?.
    It sounds like CNC mill part with high RPM?
    Heinz at www.doccnc.com , look here and start learning.
    Heinz,
    Thanks for your response. Here is a video that shows what I am wanting to do:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kG4XjZOfAcY
    also MDF stands for (meduin density fiber) I am looking for any info on a user and cost friendly machine.

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    Thanks for letting me know.
    How big does the machine have to be?
    Look at used routers, they are usually made to cut wood, but should be fine for you.
    If I see anything for sale, I'll let you know.
    Programming is exactly like a CNC mill, only more RPM.
    I trained a company in Georgia that made bus floorboards and to me it was fun, everything happened at very high feedrates, it was a lot more fun than cutting steel.
    Look at my Mill1 DVD on my website, that will be how you program your parts.
    Eventually you need to learn all the skills on the mill package of DVDs I have.
    Heinz
    www.doccnc.com

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