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Hi, Im looking to purchase a cnc router, and was looking at the morbidelli 3615, any person on the forum has any experience with this router or any other morbidelli router, I want to know what strong points it has or what are the weaknesses that I sould be aware. Thank you
Are you looking to get the cell version or just the 3615. There's not really any issues with them. Scm also has great tech support and don't have over priced parts unlike some brands.
Hi, thanks for you answer, I'm looking for the cell version.
Biesse,made in India,way over priced parts if in stock, they go threw tech like changing underware meaning they don't stay very long
Wieke,it's stiles so enough said
Felder,they don't make there own machine and just puts there name on it just like Laguna
What it boils down to is who's in your area for service and support.
Be careful to not pay for a name. It is performance, features, & tech support that is important. How many people are in your shop? If you will be using the router 8 or more hours a day, every day, then I would suggest a fast router. However, if you will be using it 3 hours a day, and you have a small shop, I would suggest a router that is NOT so fast. This way, the router becomes an employee that will do its job in its own time....giving you time to maximize your efficiency and do something else while it is working.
@ Frank Jimenez - I'm curious. I can see not paying extra for a faster CNC if you don't anticipate using the capacity, and using that money to invest elsewhere, but are you recommending (price being equal) buying a slower CNC for a smaller shop? What advantage would there be in that?
Given your qualifier (price being equal), I would ALWAYS get the faster router, assuming the quality of the two routers in question were not dramatically different.
You can always slow down a fast router....but you can't speed up a slow router. :)