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I wasn't happy with the binding on this one, for a few reasons. I decided to route it out and repeat the whole process, but with a few improvements. This project is finally starting to feel like a success:

I bought this little toy as a kit recently:

It was easy as pie to assemble and calibrate. The plan is to use it for inlay pockets, inlay materials, and smaller plastic covers.
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Ooh. I want one but I am pretty sure I have no use for one. A bit like a 3D printer - I can't afford one big enough to be useful to me.

That's kind of what I was thinking, but it's pretty easy to extend the gantry once you have a machine. It's all good experience too, even just as a stepping stone. This thing is only made from 2020 aluminium extrusion and T8 threaded rods, which are readily available in a variety of lengths.