I ordered my Maslow kit long ago. I think 2+ years. I’ve been working intermittently over the past year to get my Maslow into a state where it will make decent cuts so I can build furniture. I have enjoyed the tinkering aspect thoroughly, and the Maslow community is nothing short of amazing!
That said, I still don’t seem to be able to cut anything I am happy with. Is this the dark before the dawn? I finally have calibration down, chains don’t slip anymore, and I am comfortable with WebControl, the PI. I think the only thing on “the list” left is to perfect my sled balance.
But perhaps I have unrealistic expectations? I don’t think so, as some of you have posted some beautiful work. I want to build these, to start. Then maybe some of the OpenDesk work, and then on to my own designs. Are these realistic expectations?
Talk me off the ledge. I am now at the point where I want to make things - not work on my Maslow.
Should I just go buy a X-Carve? Or dare I say it (as it may cause a divorce) a Avid CNC?