After using a CNC router for years, you may notice that some parts have turned all rickety and may probably be causing small issues at work. Some machinists may even want to trade in theirs, or get a new one. What I'm going to talk about here is something far better - especially for the hobby machinists (like me) who tend to get attached to their routers!
Upgrades. Ever loved something so much that you simply get better-performing parts, so as to make its performance improve, albeit marginally? There is a satisfying feeling hearing the 'even; murmur of the mill as it shears away parts of the material. Yeah, that is what I'm talking about. So, join me as we explore those things which makes the die-hard hobby, DIY machinist tick.