Wood

SEMP CNC Wood Router

SEMP CNC wood routers allow you to engrave, route and carve almost all kinds of wood with excellent precision and speed. Our small tabletop CNC mill for wood provides an easy, all-in-one design that fits nicely on the desktop or bench top, allowing you to work anywhere in your shop. Custom engraving, signs and even 3D objects can be completely milled from wood. A CNC wood router opens up so many possibilities for you to create stunning pieces that are sure to capture attention and look one-of-a-kind.

Our powerful hobby CNC lathe machines arrive completely set up and ready to use– no complicated assembly or modifications are required. Just plug it in and start creating your own individual or mass produced products. The only limit is your own imagination and ideas! Advanced hobby CNC wood router controls and powerful, robust features work for hobbyists and professionals alike.

You can use the lathe machine to work with any kind of wood from soft to hard, and perform precise, easily-repeatable cutting, carving, machining and milling operations, all at the press of a button.

Ideal For:

Engraving & Cutting 3D Cutting

Use the Semp hobby CNC lathe machine with These Woods:

Fir – Ideal for indoor, non-loadbearing applications. Finally, a fun, secondary use for your Christmas tree!

Pine – A hard wood good for indoor furniture and flooring.

Redwood – A hard wood good for outside applications like furniture, decorations and decking.

Ash – Machines well, easily accepts stain and dye. Popular for indoor furniture and décor.

Birch – Easy to work with and reasonably priced, it’s a great for almost any woodworking project.

Cherry –A medium-density wood ideal for Fine furniture and cabinet making, millwork, flooring, doors, boat interiors, musical instruments, turnings and carvings.

Mahogany – A beautiful, durable, commercially-popular wood used to make furniture, boats, musical instruments and other items.

Maple - Hard Maple is great for furniture, cabinets, decorative woodwork, cutting surfaces, bowling pins, utensils, and bowls. Soft maple is less expensive and is used for less hearty applications and is often painted.

Oak – Oak is a beautiful wood often used for decorating and manufacturing applications like tables, chairs, bookshelves and other furniture.

Poplar – Hard or soft, poplar can be stained or painted to match other woods and has numerous indoor and outdoor applications.

Teak A high oil content, high tensile strength and tight grain make teak weather resistant. It’s a popular choice for outdoor furniture, boat decks, cutting boards, indoor flooring and countertops.

Walnut - A beautiful, rare and expensive wood typically used for fine furniture and other indoor accent pieces.