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I believe the "CNC" issue is relatively to resolve. There are those for whom the feel of a hand tool, and making that tool perform an intricate function, is very close to nihrvana.
These are people who typically "bond" with thier projects/work. They derive tremendous satisfaction from the experience of the journey.
Then...there's the rest of us. We love to create, and see the CNC as a way to be able produce projects we've only dreamt of. We know these new-fangled gadgets are a short-cut, but are willing to set aside our pride, and use the technology to take our woodworking to another level.
There will always be Traditionalists...true woodcrafting has survived for a couple thousand years of technological advance, it'll probably survive this latest intrusion as well. Heck, if I could purchase anything which TRULY eliminated end-grain blowout.....I'll leave it at that.
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