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MUSK-OX

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by Larry_AK, Jan 27, 2015.

  1. Larry_AK

    Larry_AK Well-Known
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    Larry_AK published a new build:

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  2. Nick W

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    Looks good! I like the 3D printed parts. I guess it's hard to say if they helped any since you didn't have any flexing issues before installing them. I'm contemplating on welding them together. Your clamping solution looks really nice too.
     
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  3. Larry_AK

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    All I can say is it makes the X beam very solid, like one piece. I printed them real tight, then had to drive them in with a hammer and wood dowel. I'm sure it would be very difficult to take apart without damaging it.
     
  4. Serge E.

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    Very nice ... Your build didn't take that long. Nice to see the wife getting involved as well ...

    Looking forward to the evolution of your OX.
     
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  5. Larry_AK

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    A little video MUSK-OX first run.

     
  6. Larry_AK

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    Guys, I have some of these little proximity sensor. Maybe one of you can explain / show me how to wire them to the bob? The bob runs on 5v and sensor on 10-30v. Don’t what to cook anything if I can help it!

    Thanks

    Larry

    ROKO-SN04-N.JPG

    Product Name: Proximity Switch Sensor
    Model: SN04-N
    Wire Type: DC 3 Wire Type (Brown, Black, Blue)
    Theory: Inductance Sensor
    Output Type: NPN, NO
    Output: Switching Transducer
    Sensing Distance: 4mm
    Working Voltage: 10-30V DC
    Response Frequency: 500Hz max
    Indicator: Red LED
    Size: 36 x 18 x 18mm / 1.4" x 0.7" x 0.7" (L*W*H)
    Cable Length (Approx.): 110cm / 43.3"
    Hole Size: 0.9 x 0.4cm / 0.35" x 0.2" (L*W)
    Extenal Material: ABS Resin
    Net Weight: 34g
    Color: Black, Green
     
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  7. Mark Carew

    Mark Carew OpenBuilds Team
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    Great Build @Larry_AK thank you for sharing. We love to see any new projects you have made with it as well.
    Thanks again
    Mark
     
  8. Larry_AK

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    We moved last summer, it's still sitting in the corner of the shop waiting it's turn to be hooked up. I did start working on a new bench for the MUSK-OX but something always seems to come along that needs doing. Soon!
     

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