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Rockler CNC Shark Routers Brookings SD

Three-axis travel on both models lets users make straight or curved cuts at various depths. The Shark also has a unique cutting mechanism. Instead of using an expensive built-in router, the machine works with an off-the-shelf Bosch Colt palm router, which can save thousands on replacement if the router fails.

Fastenal- Brookings
605-697-6631
1321 Main Avenue South Brookings, SD, 57006
Brookings, SD
 
Brookings Rent-All
(605) 697-5544
803 Main Avenue South
Brookings, SD
 
Lowe's of Brookings
605-696-2730
812 25th Ave Brookings, SD, 57006
Brookings, SD
 
J & K Building Center
(605) 997-3714
110 S Wind
Flandreau, SD
 
Fastenal- Sioux Falls
605-334-0601
824 E 50th St N Sioux Falls, SD, 57104
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Lowe's
(605) 696-2730
812 25Th Avenue
Brookings, SD
Hours
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Ace Hardware
(605) 697-5223
710 22nd Ave S, Brookings Mall
Brookings, SD
 
Homestead Building Supplies
(605) 692-6191
823 S Main Avenue
Brookings, SD
 
The Home Depot
(605)361-7439
2523 S Louise Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Kmart 4170 / Cross Merch
(605) 343-5626
1111 E North St
Rapid City, SD
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Rockler CNC Shark Routers

Tool News - Rockler CNC Shark Routers

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware recently announced the new CNC Shark and CNC Shark Pro, two full-featured CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) routing systems that give hobbyists, professionals and home woodworkers affordable options for automated routing. While most CNC machines are either too complex, too big or too expensive for home shops, the compact, user-friendly Shark brings the ability to machine intricate, custom designs to consumers who can't afford or don't have the space for the industrial-size machines. The smaller CNC Shark has a 15-3/4" x 31-1/2" table and will handle signs, carvings and other small projects. For bigger jobs, the Shark Pro nearly doubles width, making it useful for doors, large signs and other sizeable displays. Three-axis travel on both models lets users make straight or curved cuts at various depths. The Shark also has a unique cutting mechanism. Instead of using an expensive built-in router, the machine works with an off-the-shelf Bosch Colt palm router, which can save thousands on replacement if the router fails. At $2599.99 for the CNC Shark and $3399.99 for the Pro, it's still a sizable investment, but much less than larger CNC machines.

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