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Item 167551
Model 10024

Next Wave - SHARK HD520 CNC Machine

$4,999.99

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  • - Ships in approximately 5 business days

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Handle all your machining needs in a home shop environment or on the production floor with the Next Wave CNC SHARK HD520. Built with industrial grade components, the CNC SHARK HD520 also features a heavy-duty aluminum and steel reinforced gantry, an extruded aluminum router mount system, interlocking aluminum table, linear rails and guides on the gantry, and anti-backlash, wear-compensated lead screws on all axes.

The SHARK HD520 CNC machine is the ideal tool for carving or machining a large variety of projects made from wood, soft metals, composites, or plastics.

Features:
  • Linear Guides and bearings on the gantry
  • Anti-backlash, wear-compensated leadscrews on all axis
  • Interlocking rigid aluminum table with virtually unlimited clamp positioning
  • Aluminum gantry back plate for heavy machining capabilities
  • Aluminum router mounting clamp
  • Steel encased gantry legs for increased rigidity
  • Automatic router on and off control
  • USB Interface
  • X and Y homing capability
Specifications:
  • Table dimensions: 28" x 63"
  • XYZ travel: 25" x 50" x 7"
  • Overall Dimensions: 36-1/4"W x 63"L x 24-1/2" H
  • 110 /115 V
  • Lifetime Technical Support
  • Made in USA
Specifications:
  • Table dimensions: 28'' x 36''
  • XYZ travel: 25'' x 25'' x 7''
  • Overall dimensions: 36-1/4'' W x 36'' L x 24-1/2'' H
What's Included:
  • (1) Full one-year warranty and lifetime technical support through NextWave Automation
  • (1) CNC SHARK HD520 machine
  • (1) Vectric VCarve Desktop design software
  • (1) Color pendant controller
  • (2) Hold-down clamps
  • (1) Carbide V-bit
  • (1) Virtual Zero Unlimited Software and Vector Art 3-D Sampler Pack
What's Needed:
  • Requires PC computer with USB 2.0 Port
  • USB Flash Drive
  • A router (Sold Separately - See Product Notes)

Product Notes:
  • Fully compatible with these routers (sold separately): Bosch 1617 and 1618, Porter Cable 890 Series, DeWalt 610, 616 and 618, and the Next Wave Water-Cooled Spindle
  • The SHARK HD520 CNC machine is fully compatible with Next Wave’s extensive product line of additional accessories, such as laser, 4th axis, scanner, and more – all sold separately.

Shipping / Billing Information

This product ships direct from the manufacturer:

  • Your order will ship in approximately 5 business days.
  • This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
  • Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
  • Ships by Ground to the 48 contiguous states. Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes, APOs, US Territories, Canada or other foreign countries.

Return Information

Next Wave products can be returned if they are in unopened, resaleable condition. You will be responsible for a 25% restocking fee. If you need help initiating a return, please contact Woodcraft Customer Service at 1-800-535-4482.

Warranty Information

Next Wave warrants that their product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 12 months. This warranty covers parts and labor.

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