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Testing inexpensive CNC machine Genmitsu PROVerXL 4030 / Sainsmart. Is it possible to make inlay?


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We have received questions on could an inexpensive CNC machine be capable of making inlay cutting boards?

Our friends over at Sainsmart provided us their new machine to test this idea.

In this video, we are testing the Sainsmart PROVerXL 4030 benchtop CNC ( https://shrsl.com/2jzcl ) configured with a Dewalt DWP611 router ( https://amzn.to/2SOFV1I ).

The answer is definitely yes!
Inlay’s can be made on an inexpensive machine like the PROVerXL . However, like all equipment, one should carefully approach the choice of machine they purchase, and based on their technical needs and recognize there will be initial setup that can require specific skills to get the best results.

The PROverXL is well suited for a small workshop and smaller projects with its 400 x 300mm work area.

If you want a custom board please email us broinwood@gmail.com

For orders go to https://broinwood.com/pages/custom

Check out our instagram page https://www.instagram.com/broinwood/

Here some stuff which I use in my workshop and really love it.
Maybe it will be useful for you.

Definitely recommend this Oil and Wax for cutting board:

My glue:
https://amzn.to/3jyVMNu (really love it)

Double-Sided Duct Tape:
https://amzn.to/33ANxen (It holds blank well, but anyway, I also use screws.)

My Random Orbit Sanders I love how they work but they get a little dusty:
Makita 3/4-Inch ID/1-OD diameter by 10-Foot Hose

My Sanding Disc (for me they are the best!!!):
3M Cubitron II
https://amzn.to/2SrnAHs (80 and 120 grit)
https://amzn.to/2SqlvvH (150 grit)
https://amzn.to/3nksyUQ (220 grit)
https://amzn.to/2GriKaZ (320 grit)

My router bits which I use a lot:
Standard Spiral Bit with Down Cut 1/8-Inch Cutting Diameter

15 Degree v bit (be careful easy to breake down)

Round Nose Bit with 3/8-Inch Radius, 3/4-Inch Cutting Diameter and 1-1/4-Inch Cutting Length
https://amzn.to/2SsZYlV (I use it for juice groove)

1/2-Inch Dia. 2 Flute Ball Nose Spiral End Mill Router Bit
https://amzn.to/33v99Zm (I use it for juice groove)

Spiral Flush Trim Bit with Down Cut and 1/2-Inch Cutting Diameter

Three Flute with Spiral Bit 1/2-Inch Cutting Diameter and 2-Inch Cutting Length
https://amzn.to/2HTgwkV (I use it for flatining surface and makining cutting board shape)

Spiral Bit with Up Cut 1/4-Inch Cutting Diameter and 1-Inch Cutting Length
https://amzn.to/36u2Hns (I use it for cut off inlays. it doesn’t make chips.)

My Collet Set:

My DEWALT Plate Joiner:
https://amzn.to/33xtkWQ (it is not bad and not good it is ok)

My Bandsaw Blade it is inexpensive and cut well:

My name is Nik. Welcome to my channel, where you can see my woodworking: cutting boards with inlay from different types of wood, wood maps, key hangers and more. I often use CNC machine for my works, I love using it. I’m going to share my videos every week.
Thank you for visiting my channel. I appreciate your likes and subscriptions!




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  1. You're using those clamps in totally the wrong way. They're supposed to be used with another long setscrew at the back, and they should be as close to horizontal as possible.

  2. Hello. I am thinking about buying this machine and i was wondering if you know or if you tried, what is the thickest piece of wood you can cut with a straight router bit. I hope you can give me some light about the matter. Thank you! (Ps. I want to cut wood about 50 to 60 millimeters, and what kind of bit should I use!) 🙂 Hope to hear your opinion!

  3. I have a question – how do you do the square inner corners of the letters with a round tool? I've seen machining videos where a round-to-square auger is used to push through a circular drill hole to carve it out into a square, but that was a manual tool, and it only moved vertically.

  4. After several months of owning this machine, are you still happy with it ?
    I've narrowed down my choices to this one or the Shapeoko.
    Thanks, kindly !

  5. For the inlay piece, did you have you do and some kind of an offset? Or just simply cut the female piece from inside the line and cut the male piece from outside the line?

  6. Hi Nik,
    I've been doing some research into started CNC machines. Did you try it's with the default 775 9,000 or 20,000 rpm motors & 3mm shank cutter compared to the heavier duty DeWalt router?

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