The use of CNC routers is relatively new in the wood industry so finding good CNC training is relatively difficult, unless you are buying expensive technology that comes with a training package.... but most of us are not playing in that arena.. well maybe we would like to but just don't have the lottery winnings to support our dreams!

So the first most important question when you buy your toy, is to ask WHAT TRAINING IS PROVIDED! .. Knowing what I know today, I certainly would take that into consideration in the pricing equation. If you can't get your CNC router to work, its an expensive paperweight!

In the meantime we'll add content to this page as time permits.


Manual Clamping: Start learning CNC with simple hold-down techniques like using glue, screws or toggle clamps.