It was a very lucky day for me some 15 years ago when I first met Tracy Anderson in a Salt Lake City, Utah woodworking show. He was demonstrating a Legacy Ornamental Mill which predated the Legacy CNC Woodworking machines. The Ornamental Mill introduced me to "almost" CNC turning challenges. I soon stepped up from the Ornamental Mill to a Mini-Arty 5- axis CNC and after that to my current Arty 36 5-axis CNC. I have been in love with wood and woodworking ever since as a kid I drove my first nail. I have built most of the furniture in our home with some very impressive results. However, there is a limit to one's creativity if limited to flat work. The Legacy CNC Woodworking team has opened up an extensive and creative woodworking world for me. The only limit to CNC woodworking is one's imagination. And that limit is constantly being expanded by the every Tuesday and Thursday Legacy on-line computer classes and from the many ideas and projects made by the ever growing Legacy CNC family/customer base.
I believe that the Legacy CNC Woodworking machines are the best CNC values on the market today. I am a Mechanical Engineer by trade and am very impressed with how well these CNC machines are built with no short cuts in quality and yet Legacy keeps their prices within reach of the woodworking hobbyist.
Legacy CNC Woodworking in Springville, Utah produces great documentation, training, and endless support for all their customers. No other CNC manufacturer offers their customers computer classes like Legacy does twice every week. These classes keep us all motivated and they are always demonstrating new techniques. The Legacy representatives are always available Monday - Friday for one-on-one help. As a Legacy CNC Woodworking customer, you are never abandoned - help is only a phone call or an E-mail away. The only regret woodworkers will ever experience after buying a Legacy CNC Woodworking CNC machine will be the fact that they waited so long to join the Legacy CNC Woodworking family.