Again, sounds like I’m getting ahead of myself, but I have to ask. In all the research I’m doing, I get the impression that a slower spindle would be better for aluminum and possibly PCBs. Has anyone put a Kress 1050FME-1, which goes down to 5000 rpm on a SO3?
How hard do you think it would be? Are there any drawbacks such as cutter sizes it will take or clearance? I know it’s over $300, but it seems a shame to spend $125 up front to get the Dewalt and later spend that money again to upgrade when I might just start off with it. It seems like offering an adaptor for this would be a good product. Thanks.