I placed my order (#11422) last month and have been thinking about how I want my table set up for the when the new Onefinity arrives. My current CNC is on a rolling Kreg workstation with the leg base of 36"x44". I plan to dismantle this system and buy another set of 44" rails to extend the footprint to 44"x44". I’m planning to use a 48"x60" piece for the top to mount the new machine on. That gives me a little room on the left side to mount my monitor stand for the 27" monitor and also some extra room to have my drag chain the control box and maybe a bit tray of some kind. I’m also considering re-drilling the legs to drop the center shelf down to house by DC all in one set-up.
Kreg workstation with maple butcher-block top. I will repurpose the top off of this when I make it bigger for the Onefinity.
I just got a kreg 63x44 workbench for the same thing. It will end up saving me time and with lumber costs now. It is about the same price. I believe it is easy to customize with shelves and drawers for storage
Grant, I really like that Kreg table. I really want to build a table with a removable section so I can handle taller home decor items, but something like that Kreg table would be a great, fast starting point that would allow me to start using the machine much sooner, and the top could always be modified down the road to allow for a removeable section. Thank you for posting that photo of your current table - I wasn’t aware that existed and it seems like a fair price.
I am also getting ready to build my table for December arrival. I am worried about using casters. Will casters result in cnc “jiggling”. I know the cnc is solid to the table but wondering about backlash in ballscrews resulting from table shake. Any thoughts?
After a bit of thought and review, I’ve elected to use Kreg 44x44 as the base with Baltic Birch as top and shelf. I will likely build a lattice frame under the top in order to keep the top flat. I l will have some type of cut-out for vertical cuts like dovetail or finger joints.
Not a bad looking table at all. For the space constraint, I use an articulating monitor mount (North Bayou) with vesa bracket to hold a fanless PC (backside of monitor) and keyboard/mouse tray. It has served me well and I plan to continue this for upcoming builds. I’m not too far away from receiving the Onefinity Woodworker and looking for a good “flat” solution to what I currently have. I may consider your table build.