they’ve also got a cnc plasma cutter, it’s what I plan on making trucks with.
they’ve got a fuck ton of manual and CNC lathes and mills, huge shopbots, casting equipment, etc but I use those 2 the most often
I’ve been keeping an eye on the Goliath CNC…still hasn’t been released yet but looks promising. But I don’t think it’s designed for professional industrial work…more for hobbyists and personal projects.
If you can manage, all the manufacturers around me use Haas Mills. They are the industry standard. If you can find a makerspace around, or a manufacturing willing to take the time to cut your parts, that will be ideal
As someone who spent the first 4 years of my work life doing CNC and manual milling I dont see the Goliath performing anywhere near what I am looking for. Woodchips will ruin any measurement for the z axis.
My high school had 2 Haas CNC VF2 Mills and 2 Haas CNC TL Lathes. They were great when paired with solid works and MasterCamX7.
Although idk what those cost, might be out of the budget for a personal CNC.