CNC (Manually operated - Large Production Machine)
CNC manually operated, large production machine: it minimizes the carving time with its radial grinders and discs that are in the shape of the chain of a chainsaw.
It operates a 3-D program and tilting heads to facilitate the removal of wood in lyra, baglama and tzouras by luthiers. You can even make round-oval folk art bowls and anything you may imagine, getting also two replicas simultaneously, as long as you have the prototype. It is extremely easy to operate and has numerous capabilities.
You have also the option of a machine with a single radial grinder, in case of a tighter budget.
Another positive aspect is that the radial grinders can be removed (by unscrewing only two bolts) and be replaced by two routers (or one for the smaller machine).
I have to point out that routers also have tilting heads for greater accuracy, attention to detail and easier finishing.
Placing a different spare part on the workbench (like a lathe), you can also manufacture statuettes, gunstocks, pillars for rood screens, biers, dining table legs and much more. As I mentioned before, the only thing you need is the prototype (the item you want to duplicate), which will be used as a guideline.