I am the new owner of a small CNC, the PocketNc 5 axis. My first parts were made in acrylic, and it smelled like hell in the shop. For a new project I am working on, we wanted very delicate wood parts. Luckily, I came across this "Stabilizing Solution". I am very impressed with the results. Wood is cutting nice, and is falling like dust. Some wood are better than other, but the overall result are impressive. The infused wood even sounds like a composite material, which it is, really. Higher frequency than normal wood. On my first run of vacuum, I didn't do the best possible job, but even then, I am getting very nice results. (didn't leave the parts in vacuum until ABSOLUTELY NO bubbles...) The part I am making is a pocket watch shell, with a wall thickness of about 1/16". So far so good. The finishing is very easy too. Parts made on the lathe needed no polishing to get a nice hand rub surface sheen... I didn't try the tincture, but will do very shortly. Service was great, I got my first class package in no time, and the packaging was good. And yes, the machine parts smell good. Believe me, that is no small detail... What is great about this: Wood is an amazing material that is tamed with this recipe. For small CNC machine projects, this is awesome!! I think all my future models will use wood. I didn't check the dimensional stability of the parts, but I trust it will be good... NO MORE PLASTICS!!