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LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby ron » Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:37 pm

Does anyone have a LDR MOTION cnc table. I want to buy one as I like their bladder water table. I would like to know if someone is happy or not with their machine. Thanks RON

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby hooked » Thu May 01, 2014 3:13 pm

LDR builds a great table! and is on the list for the next table i buy for the house!! well built and well thought out! and if you ever get to see the custom applcations they build they will blow ur mind!!! great stuff! Kyle

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby gary42095 » Thu May 15, 2014 8:12 am

i bought ldr table blind and dumb about cnc. i am happy with my purchase so far (2yrs) :D
got a 4x8 with an air scribe and picked it up from them 5-6hr drive they wired up my plasma for me when i brought it to them while picking up the table. i dont use it for daily business but it works great for me. it is definitely solid built

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby 762frmafr » Fri May 23, 2014 4:54 pm

Another vote for LDR Motion Systems. I have a 5x10 with air scribe and bladder system.

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby cdw » Sat May 24, 2014 4:16 am

We have a 5x10 built like a commercial machine at a hobbyist price, have had it for 6 months and not problem one. Dan is great to deal with. We use it daily. was worth the 14 hour drive to pick it up.

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby fuel749 » Wed Jun 11, 2014 4:56 pm

Head and shoulders above the biggest name brands we looked at. I would recommend an LDR table to anybody in the market.

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby Gogitter » Wed Jun 11, 2014 6:44 pm

I bought my LDR 4x8 table in June 2010. Very well built! I really like the bladder table! No problems. Dan is great to work with!

I wish I had more auto cad experience back when I made the purchase. I have since switched to CorelDraw and I can do so much more.

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby brucegolinski » Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:13 pm

I bought one about 2 years now the teck support is fantastic you wont be disappointed

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby tnbndr » Sun Jul 20, 2014 11:38 am

I just returned from picking up my LDR table. 16 hours each way. Now I have to get it setup in my shop.
You won't be dissappointed if you go with LDR. Dan and Tim are both great guys. Get the training if you can, it is worth the trip, Dan is very knowlegeable in both the software and table. They take pride in their work and the finished product reflects that. I can't wait to get up and running.
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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby 762frmafr » Sun Jul 20, 2014 12:13 pm

tnbndr wrote:I just returned from picking up my LDR table. 16 hours each way. Now I have to get it setup in my shop.
You won't be dissappointed if you go with LDR. Dan and Tim are both great guys. Get the training if you can, it is worth the trip, Dan is very knowlegeable in both the software and table. They take pride in their work and the finished product reflects that. I can't wait to get up and running.



Tnbndr did you make Dan do some work? I heard all he does is sit around and twiddle his thumbs all day.

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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby dhelfter » Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:06 am

HaHa, I do read this forum sometimes!
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Re: LDR MOTIONS CNC

Postby cal454 » Thu Jan 15, 2015 3:47 pm

I second, Third, & Forth the motion. The product and tech support is heads above all that I've read. I purchased a 4X8 water table from Dan & couldn't be happier! I've saved so much money using my table, I might get another one.


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