Onefinity is an affordable CNC machine that comes standard with Hardened Steel Linear Rails, High Load Linear Bearings and Fast Travel Precision Ball Screws. Onefinity requires no external computer and sets up in less than an hour.
What is Onefinity CNC and Why Should I Care?
Onefinity CNC was created by a team of engineers who were frustrated with the slow, expensive machines that were available on the market. They wanted to find a way to bring high quality manufacturing to people without breaking their budget.
This increased accessibility has increased usage in many industries which make custom machined parts with CNC Machining, including manufacturing companies who are using Onefinity for rapid prototyping and short run production.
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1. Where is Onefinity CNC located?
Kirbre Enterprises Inc. behind the Onefinity CNC, and it is located at Bradford, Ontario Canada
2. What can you make with a Onefinity CNC?
Onefinity CNC is a company that specializes offer cnc machine which for metal, plastic, and wood to cut into your own designs.
If you are looking for an affordable way to cut things out of metal, plastic, or wood, Onefinity CNC is you should try to buy and try.
“Machinist” – The Machinist is for those who are interested in mainly cutting with smaller stock materials. Because metal material stock sizes are generally smaller, a larger machine is not necessary. In addition, when space in your shop is limited, a smaller machine may be preferred. This machine can handle wood, plastic, aluminum, copper and more!
“Woodworker” – Built for the woodworker in mind. This kit is designed to be large enough for making signs, furniture, growth charts, nameplates, and more! Don’t let the name fool you – it’s still perfectly capable of doing plastics, hardwood, brass, aluminum and more!
3. Does the Onefinity CNC come with software?
Onefinity CNC doesn’t come with software, its CNC Controller is based on the Buildbotics open sourced platform. Visit the Buildbotics website to learn more: https://buildbotics.com/