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Nesting Cnc router question

6/30/16       
anthonyg Member

HI all
i am new to the cnc work and i am still not understanding what is the difference between a nesting cnc router and a flat table ? i am looking to invest in a holzher dynestic cnc router its a nesting cnc router
but i would like to ask if a nesting router can make 2d and 3d wal panels and cut make designs on doors ?
hope you can help me with that

6/30/16       #2: Nesting Cnc router question ...
james mcgrew Member

Anthony, this question was recently posted and answered, a short search of recent threads will find it.

7/2/16       #3: Nesting Cnc router question ...
Larry

Follow James advice. Also look @ his web site for software info about carving.
But a quick clarify: A nesting router implies that all tools can reach all areas of the work area, this would include the drill block. "Flat table" is usually used to separate the CNC from a pod & rail machine and more recently from the part-at-a-time vertical machines. In the past there were machines made where the drill block could not reach the entire work area. Almost all routers now have 3 axis control, Meaning the tool can be moved in all 3 axis at the same time. There have been machines made with 2 1/2 axis control, meaning only two of the 3 axis can be moved at the same time. A limitation to be avoided! Low relief carving can be done on any 3 axis machine with the correct software. Z is up/down X&Y are front to back and side to side. Most machines allow a 4th optional axis to be ordered. It allows the tool holder to be rotated about the spindle axis. Used along with aggregates. If you are not familiar with aggregates look up Benz. They advertise on this site. Should you get carried away and opt of the C-axis make sure your software will support it. We have the C on our pod & rail, addictive!
We also have 5 X 10 Komo nesting router, sure wish it was a 5 X 12! IMHO nesting is the way to go for case work. Get a list of current users of the machines you are considering. Contact every one of them.

7/4/16       #4: Nesting Cnc router question ...
stylecnc Member

Website: http://www.stylecnc.com

Firstly,you understand wrong about the nesting cnc router, nesting is one software, it main used for furniture processing, it can Automatic layout about how many panels you need for your furniture and auto nesting. It is just one software,noting about whether you cnc router is nesting cnc router or flat table. It can also make 2d and 3d wal panels


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7/4/16       #5: Nesting Cnc router question ...
Larry

Anthony, A CNC router is a big step. Before you jump in, make sure you go to IWF2016 in Atlanta. Great show and lots of routers. People to discuss it with, good technicians. Lots to learn.
Are you going?
See you there?
I don't know what % the router will be of your total costs to get set up, maybe 1/2? Make sure your air drier will handle it.

4/11/21       #6: Nesting Cnc router question ...
FORSUNCNC Member

Website: https://forsuncnc.com/

Hello, Anthony,

The nesting CNC machine is numerical control equipment explicitly molded for the manufacturing of panel furniture. Its main function is to cut wooden boards. While processing, the cutting machine includes cutting, punching, grooving, and other processes. Generally, through the blueprint of intelligent software, nesting CNC machine automatically heightens the typesetting design, generate the effect map, and perform operations such as spontaneous modifications, and involuntarily generate diverse paths. Therefore, it saves and ameliorates sheet utilization. Fortunately, the CNC nesting machine is commonly used in the furniture industry such as a cabinet, wardrobe, solid wood, paint-free, solid wood composite, and suite doors. Imagine what one CNC nesting machine has done for various homes, and office doors.


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