Hey all, I'm just new here and in search for a CNC machine. The OX looks great! But I've a comment to it. Many topics are about engineering a homebuild machine that can also be used for 3D-printing, lasercutting and CNC milling. If you want to use the OX for this the trouble starts after dismounting the CNC part. You'll never get this part back in the proper position, for you'll always have a small disposition the next time you mount, it compared to how it was mounted before. By using positioning pins and bushes, you'll make sure to get it back at the exact same position. This system is also used at my job, were we test many types of engines. We build these engines on pallets, instead of next to the AC Dyno. This makes our Test Facillities a plug-and-play game with only 4 hours work of changing engines instead of a few days. It might be a weird idea, but if you use positioning pins and bushes, you might be able to interchange a laser to the CNC part, or the 3D printer within a limited amount of time. It also makes sure that the interchangeable parts will always return to exactly the same position as were it was before. I don't know much about zeroing the software/hardware, for I'm not familiar with it. But it might become much easier also.