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Mi BF 20 ya tiene 5 ejes y haciendo un tallado de pruebas con fresa madre.
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After a lot of changes and modifications, I had my baby running yesterday for real for the first time.  The first job would be to cut a better bracket for the router.  Wow it was great to see it magic ;-) 
5 minutes into the job, my wife comes to me and tells me that I woke up the kids.  Long story short, the Dremel tool is way too noisy.  I know a Dremel is not the item you should use, but it was sleeping in my tool shed and I'm still at the learning stage. 
To save the marriage, I can either give up the CNC hobby or buy a quiet Cut spindle. The fisrt one is not an option at this stage, so I went for a little shopping.  I saw a few on eBay and on inventables https://www.inventables.com/technologies/quiet-cut-spindle#30416-01
Do anybody know what the amount of power, I  would be needing ?  I don't want to do anything hardcore. I want to cut wood, MDF, plastics and maybe a little aluminum in the future. Most of the spindles are around 400W. Will a spindle like this be way underpowered and if yes, what is the power that I should aim for. 
Thanks     
Quiet Cut Spindle
Quiet Cut Spindle
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Vacuum table
Vacuum table
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I've been experimenting with milling some 6061. What sort of bits, feeds and speeds do you guys use on aluminum?

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Modernization ?
Modernization ?
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