Introducing the new Onefinity ELITE Series, Powered by MASSO

No. If you want to go the path of the upgrade kit, DO NOT order the machine Monday! We don’t have a timeframe for when an upgrade kit will be available.
If you want an elite series asap, ordering a full, new machine is the fastest way to get one, however, you’d need to privately sell your old one.
The only way for the IPP to work, is to order the upgrade kit from the ipp program, which will not be available Monday but some time in the future (no eta as we nail down launching the new product first).

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Super! Now reeecalculating my order…
Will you be offering Masso accessories too? Specifically the MPG pendant(or Masso compatible) and relay boards? I’m assuming one relay board is in the box for the spindle/dust collector control - or maybe not. Would like to know for my Monday order. Thanks!

I’m definitely anticipating the upgrade path for my journeyman. Thankful that Onefinity is only an hour drive away.

Can the folding leg stand work with this

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Yes the will work with any woodworker or journeyman sized machine.

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GAAAA!!! I just spent a fortune building my own Acorn based controller! I would have killed for a ready built system to replace the BB controller!

(Great job Onefinity!!!)


But you have a great controller and you would have learned a great deal through the process. All that will better inform your CNC work as well as goals for future purchases/upgrades. You can’t (well having built my own I know you can :smiley: ) put a price on all that. :grin:


Thanks!! And I have learned a LOT! My life is a constant learning curve!


my question is will vcarve pro 11.5 have the new elite series In their “machines” cause i know for sure everything will be different. processing wise. I am so damned excited. Also, will this controller allow us to design jobs on it or do we still use our pc and transfer it like now?

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Vcarve has had a MASSO post processor for a while now, so it’s already there. We’ll be working on getting listed under Onefinity before shipping. In V11.5, it’s already listed under Onefinity Machine configuration!


Just thinking out loud about what an upgrade path might look like. Since they use the same rails, maybe we could send in our machines and get one back with used rails, but upgraded motors and controller. Then they use my old rails for the next person, etc. Each stepper about $150 so figure $600, the controller is say $1,200; so $1,800 retail for upgraded parts. I assume Onefinity gets a much better deal. Onefinity needs something to cover their costs. $2,000 plus shipping would be great, $2,500 plus shipping would be good.


Well, hopefully not that much. Say you have an X50 journeyman as is- at the intro price the elite is not that much more. Tacking 2k on to it to upgrade it, you would be better off selling your x50 for 60-75% of retail and then buying a brand new unit. Avoiding shipping and sales tax when reselling is a powerful motivator to new users as well.

One should not expect the upgrade path to be cheaper than buying new, but your old machine is still the best prosumer wood cnc on the market. Maybe the langmuir might beat it, but its much more expensive. The user experience of a onefinity is so much better than a shapeoko or xcarve that it isn’t even funny. The upgrades will not be cheap, but don’t fall into a trap of false economy when you already have a valuable asset.

Yeah, I’m very happy with my machine and don’t NEED any upgrades. Just having some fun and thinking it has to at least cost as much as the new hardware.

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Total beginner to CNCs here. It there much of a difference to beginner friendlyness of the X50 vs Elite?

I don’t mind spending a little more money and time to learn the better and more future proof machine. However it’s no fun if I can’t figure it out at all. Lol

Thank you in advance for any insight.

Can you guys shed some light on why the breakaway from the original controller?
I bought a Journeyman last year, hoping these elites do not suck away energy from continued development and improvement of the original controller and software!
(Selfish I know :slight_smile: )

Masso has their own dev team. Absolutely none of our dev team that is on our controller will have resources on it, so no worries there :slight_smile:

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Its giving me a stiffy

Carveco is a Windows product unfortunately (*) so that would be a no-no for me.
Will the Elite work with Fusion?

(*) = before someone points out that you can run Carveco in a Windows emulator on macOS… well, that’s still effectively Windows. Plus there’s no support for iOS.