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C-Beam Machine Too

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by Metalguru, Jun 28, 2016.

  1. Metalguru

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    Metalguru published a new build:

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  2. TerryOx

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    Nice work.
     
  3. Quoc Anh Le

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    can you convert to sketchup 2015? Thanks
     
  4. Metalguru

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    Here you go Quoc!
     

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    I moved the stuff that was here into the build section.
     
  6. Bad Sequel

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    Great looking machine! :thumbsup:
     
  7. slm222

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    looks great.. so to understand a little more about the linear rails. they bolted up to the v slot rail (20x40?) with insert nuts or did you have to drill into the v slot rail
     
  8. Metalguru

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    Hey slm222 :

    Yes, its a 20x40mm v-slot. The mounting holes on the linear rail were just a bit closer together than the centers of the v-slot, which are 20mm, I think they were about 19mm or so. Odd hole spacing, just enough so I could not get a screw into a t-nut in the slot. Come to think of it, maybe they were 3/4", which is pretty close to 19mm. Doesn't make much sense for them to be inch spacing, when everything else was metric...

    Anyway, I did not modify the v-rail. I solved the problem by drilling out the mounting holes on the linear rail as much as I could without breaking through the edge. They were 5mm to start out with, I think I drilled them out to about 5.6mm or so. This gave just enough extra width clearance so a standard low profile screw would go through the hole and into a regular t-nut.
     
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