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TABLE OX Router/3D-Printer

Discussion in '3D printers' started by angelo, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. angelo

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    Neat idea @angelo - I like multi purpose machines. :thumbsup:

    Tweakie.
     
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    I like this one too and I think it would be cool as just a 3 tier router without the 3D printer! :thumbsup:
     
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    Yippie, now I have the Parts.
    They was in the customs office (Zollamt).
    Now I can start to Build the machine :)
     

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    Sh**...
    i have ordered the1 x 8mm Acme Nut Block.
    But they had delivered the V-Slot ACME Nut Plate
    But I need this:
    8mm Acme Nut Block is Out of Stock
    I write them and ask, If they can send it.
     
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    Now I have to wait for the Nema23, 0,9 Deg, 126Ncm, -> 23HM22-2804S
    http://www.osmtec.com/nema_23_stepper_motor_23_hm.htm
    And for the 8mm Acme Nut Block.
    By the Way.. The cut for the cuted Linear Rail (60x20) have a tolerance from +/- 0,2 mm.
    In the first Step I have put some Precision Shim - 10x5x1mm betwen the Plate and the Rail :-(.
    If it is possible for future Order, that we can get a Service of precision cut, that was for the next builders a great help.

    y-1.jpg y-2.jpg
     
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    MY Nema23, 126Ncm, 0,9Deg 126Ncm and 56mm Shaft was arived yesterday.
    And my 8mm Acme Nut Block is also now here.
    Thank you for you perfect Support to the OpenBuilds Team:
    23HM22-2804S.jpg

    Here my 1/128 Microstepperdriver (Nema23, 126Ncm,0,9 deg ->400 Fullsteps x 1/128 Microsteps = 51200 Steps per turn -> 96Khz Signal (ArduinoDue+RADDS v1.1) /51200 Steps/Turn= 1,875 Turn/second ->
    GT3-30Tooth = 60mm one Turn x 1,875 Turn /seconds = 112,50 mm/sec and 60mm/turn / 51200 Steps/Turn= 0,001171875mm/step)
    With this Setup you have a theoretic Precison of 0,001mm/Step and for
    Singlestepping a Speed of= 110mm/sec
    Doublestepping a Speed of =220mm/sec
    Quadstepping a Speed of over 400 mm/sec :)
    http://www.repetier.com/firmware/v091/
    (Allow quad stepping. Required for frequencies larger 24000 Hz.)
    http://www.robocutters.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=GT3PulleyBelt-OD30-ID8
    32-Bit Electronic:
    http://www.dr-henschke.de/RADDS_due.html
    1-128-assambled.jpg RADDS+LCD.jpg
     
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    By the Way..
    Why I would like to or what is my desicion to build an Router with Delrin Wheels and GT3 Timing Belts...
    They are silence, because I put the Router/Printer in my basement.
    So I can close the Basement-Door and my Wife and the Neighbours has no Problems with it.
    If I use Hiwin Guides (ritsch,ratsch) and if I use ballscrew with a pitch of 5mm (12 Turns Ballscrew =1 Turn GT3 30 Teeth = 60mm).

    For This, I think about a 2,2Kw WaterCooled "China-Spindle" (reasen, because I can Plugin a 12 mm diameter Shaft for Wood..)
    Have anyone experiance with low-noise Spindle up to 300 Watt?
    (Sorry for my bad english)
     
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    This was we like to Print maybe ...
    nurflügler+fräse.jpg
     
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    The Electronic setup:


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    Thank you for posting these excellent video's Angelo, they are most informative :thumbsup:

    Tweakie.
     
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    Endstops and last V-Slot for Z-Achses (60x20) arrived :)
    I Thing i have now all I need
     
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    a short question...
    Everyone knows a loudnes or silence Spindle up 200 Watt?
    Otherwice I think about a 2,2KW China Spindle Watercooled.
    Thank you for the Answers in advance
     
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    Yes @angelo but yours looks like it will be much easier to make for sure. :thumbsup: I was taking a look at how to build that one and it looks like it will take some time.
     

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