Everybody needs a little help now and then, especially if you own a CNC Router. There are number of websites dedicated to CNC.  I’ve listed the three sources that consistently provide the best help for newbies.

Number One on my list is the Help Desk at BobsCNC. The customer support team at BobsCNC can help you troubleshoot any problem you might have with your CNC. If you send them an email they’ll get back to you quickly and even set up appointments for phone calls answer all your questions, (helpdesk@bobscnc.com).

Number Two on my list is Kyle Ely’s, Vectric Master Course, on his website, LearnYourCNC.com, (https://courses.learnyourcnc.com/courses/vectric-master-course). I made the decision early on the purchase of Vectric’s software. I started with V Carve Desktop, upgraded to V Carve Pro and this year decided to go all in with Aspire because of its 3D modeling capabilities.  Vectric has a built in library of free documentation and instructional videos but Kyle has created a curriculum that takes all the mystery out of the software.  Designed and organized to be learned at your own pace, it is my favorite go-to for Vectric answers.  There is a charge for the class, but it is worth every cent.

Number Three on my list is Mark Lindsay whose YouTube channel offers a wealth of dependable, easy to understand instructions for those of us who use Vectric Software, (https://marklindsaycnc.com).  Along the same lines is the YouTube channel, Spindle TV (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_S5il3WfD4TeatuKfu_50A).

Unleash Your Creativity.

October 05, 2021 — Keith Havens