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Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:28 am
by 5so95n
We at AmateurCNC are really fascinated on how small business dreamers have been able to compete in a high tech world of business. What does your business deal with? How has your CNC machine helped build your particular niche?

Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:59 pm
by FayZa
I buy and sell second CNC machines so its kind of obvious how they have helped me :)

Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Sun Aug 23, 2015 7:31 pm
by tomJohns
Hello FayZa and 5so95n. My business is all about selling replacement CNC machine parts.

Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 5:29 pm
by Jain756789
Where do you buy your machine parts Tom? Do you have a private supplier or something like that?

Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:53 am
by Clinton
I have no business yet but am getting there :ugeek: I would like to open a Maker Space once i finish school. i have built my own machine and I am really proud of it but I am sure it would be impossible for me to industrialize it to compete in the cnc market. I am also sure it needs to be inspected and certified for it to be sold around the world. So I plan to build a couple more after school and rent out ma shop to any one who wants to come.

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Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 11:21 am
by tomJohns
Jain756789 wrote:Where do you buy your machine parts Tom? Do you have a private supplier or something like that?
I have a private supplier. They however import this parts from UK.

Re: Tell us how your CNC has helped your business

Posted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 11:27 am
by tomJohns
Clinton wrote:I have no business yet but am getting there :ugeek: I would like to open a Maker Space once i finish school. i have built my own machine and I am really proud of it but I am sure it would be impossible for me to industrialize it to compete in the cnc market. I am also sure it needs to be inspected and certified for it to be sold around the world. So I plan to build a couple more after school and rent out ma shop to any one who wants to come.

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This is a great idea Clinton. I would urge you to pursue it. Be sure to get any help from this place if you need any.