I have a good ole elegant Badog X2 CNC machine (You can see it here
). It is Swiss made, and I am very particular about my machines. The reason for this is that , you know how the Swiss make their metal appliances - with precision and unrivalled dedication.
It is one of my most priced possessions, since I make a living out of it. One thing that immediately inspired me to buy it was that I saw its budget and was wowed. I mean, it favors a small business like mine and makes it thrive. It is not out of reach. It has drawn my family out of poverty.
I use it to engrave wood, which are bought and pre-ordered from my business by carpenters and small-businesspeople as their accessories for decorating their work. It is amazing how an addition of a small bit of décor to a cabinet makes its value to soar.
The machine has awesome features. It uses stepper motors and can work in 3D cutting. My dad once told me that treating machines with care, and generally keeping them in good shape make them gift you with years of service. That is my intention