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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by jkenn13, Apr 9, 2015.

  1. jkenn13

    jkenn13 Well-Known
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    jkenn13 published a new build:

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  2. Jamie McShan

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    This looks like exactly what I am wanting to build. Can't wait to see how this turns out.
     
  3. Jamie McShan

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    Just checking in, any new progress on your build?
     
  4. john harvey

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    looking for any updates on this build as well

    This looks like just what im looking for
     
  5. Ronald van Arkel

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    John and Jamie,

    Looks like it's a dead end here, but, I can tell you that I've build a similar machine when the C-Beam was not released yet. The idea what you see here to use 2 standard V-Slot gantry plates was used in my build as well and I can tell you that it holds up perfectly, especially with the V-Slot going from one plate to the other reinforces those plates tremendously (and was needed as well). Reducing the Z-axis height will make this build a lot more stable. Personally I would not go over 100mm of Z-axis travel and use the new anti-backlash Acme blocks. you can also use 2 Acme blocks, one on every gantry plate on every side of the X-axis; this will reduce vibration (at over 2000mm/min) and even a bit more of backlash.

    -Ronald
     
  6. vickers20

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    hey just wondering if you could share the parts list you used to build this machine. I really like this and would like to give it a shot. Any chance you could sare this.
     

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