Lasers, as we know, are filthy and emit fumes. Enclosing that is the best way to ensure that you don’t breathe the junk. They require precision to work properly.
CNCs (as some of us know?) are violent machines that rattle the material and machine to hell and back. They also produce a tremendous amount of sawdust/bits.
3d Printers are janky fiddly devices, which need precision to work even remotely well.
It seems that the rattling and vibration of the CNC will make the machine prone to going out out alignment and will impede the laser and 3d printer side of things… not to mention the impact of the sawdust on everything.
I think I’d want my CNC especially to be far away from everything else.
In short, I think these are all separate machines for a reason. This feels like trying to glue a screwdriver and a drill to a hammer.
Having separate versions of all of those things combined into that unit, I wouldn’t touch it with a 40-ft pole. My first 3D printer advertised these things all in one, but I am really, really glad now that I have experience with it that those plans haven’t come to fruition.
A friend has the 1.0. Does it work? Yes. Well? Meh. In concept, this is a does-it-all compact workshop. In reality, it doesn’t do any of the things particularly well, in part because each suffers a bit to maintain the all-in-one ethos. If you just want a 3D printer, there are much more affordable, powerful and flexible options. Self-leveling is not a unique feature - a basic inclusion these days.