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HTM1325 wood MDF hollow cutting cnc router for home decoration

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This video to show HTM1325 cut 4x8ft MDF, This design is hollow cutting for home decoration. Learn More pls visit
Advantages of HTM1325 wood MDF hollow cutting cnc router  
1. The machine’s body is strong, high-precision, reliable and durable.
2. Imported high-precision ball screw, which moving smoothly, to ensure the machine’s high precision.
3. High-performance drive motor to ensure the machine’s high speed and accuracy.
4. Perfect design, top quality accessories, to minimize the machine’s failure rate.
5. Breakpoint specific memory to keep the carving status when power off, processing time forecast and other functions in case of the accidental power outages.
6. 2 motors for Y-axis, high speed.
Applications of HTM1325 wood MDF hollow cutting cnc router  
1. Furniture: wooden doors, cabinets, plate, office and wood furniture, tables, chair, doors and windows.
2. Wood products: voice box, game cabinets, computer tables, sewing machines table,instruments.
3. Plate processing: insulation part, plastic chemical components, PCB, inner body of car, bowling tracks, stairs, anti bate board, epoxy resin, ABS, PP, PE and other carbon mixed compounds.
4. Decorate industry: Acrylic, PVC, MDF, artificial stone, organic glass, plastic and soft metals such as copper, aluminum plate engraving and milling process.
Features of HTM1325 wood MDF hollow cutting cnc router  
1. Lathe bed adopts strong welded steel tube to avoid distortion.
2. Y axis adopts double motors to keep stable moving.
3. High accuracy Rack Rail travel method with high speed.
4. Imported Square Liner Rail,high accuracy,heavy burthen.
5. Advanced international technology vacuum with double cavity.
6. Humanization Design of lathe bed vacuum and easy working.
7. Intelligent protecting working fable.
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  1. Hey buddy. Thx for the vid. I'm having a major headache with my cnc. I'm cutting mdf boards for kitchen cabinets and most of the time, like 8 out of 10 cuts, the laminate chips off from where the bit enters and a lot of times where the ramps end and inbetween. I use mostly 6 and 8 millimeter downcut bits. I've tried to avoid the ramps, but it chips off the laminate from the other side. I've also tried different entry points and that didn't help. My feed rates are around 3k/min and plunge rates are a little less. I'm using aspire for modeling and mach 4 hobby for g code. The cnc machine has some years on it, but I don't want to jump to that conclusion yet. Could you give some advice on that or maybe direct to an honest forum? I think I have about three weeks until I'm sacked.

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