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Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by Ariel Yahni, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Ariel Yahni

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    Ariel Yahni published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
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  2. Mark Carew

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    This is a great Build Aerial :thumbsup: Thank you for sharing.
     
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  3. Kyo

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    Very cool, What is the new cutting capacity of the laser?
     
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  4. Ariel Yahni

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    Kyo at the moment im getting 230mmx550mm until i finishing arranging the the internal. Hope to get 300x600 at least
     
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    Great idea pulling the divider, maximize your envelope. I also like your colored plastic bracket, well made and a nice look. Did you intend to use color or was it just available? You have given me some ideas for additional parts. :)
     
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  6. Ariel Yahni

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    I have made some other builds with that color, it just looks very cool. That final mirror holder was the last piece :(
     
  7. Ariel Yahni

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    Adding the part in dxf format
     

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    Very inspiring build!

    So how much of the v-slot do you need to do this build? did you measure the sizes of the cuts you needed for the frame?
     
  9. Ariel Yahni

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    Thanks Aaronvt, and as you say should be only for inspiration, i wanted to prove it was possible and fairly easy . You need to consider that i attached the gantry to the sheet metal on the sides. As we know this machines are made without making sure they are square.

    Y Side profiles are 350mm
    X profile is about 744mm ( you should mesure once you have everything else in place )
     
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    I have a K40 and can appreciate your comment about the machines not being very square. I've been facing issues with the stock gantry being skewed, and the "floor" panel being uneven. I've removed the stock support and replaced it with a powered Z-table... my biggest challenge there was squaring it to an un-square gantry, and leveling it to an un-level bottom :)

    I've been tempted to gut the gantry and build one like you did, but I might stay with the original sized. I'd start out by assuming nothing was level or square, and build the gantry system to float and provide as much structure itself. I have to wonder though, at what point should we consider just ditching the enclosure itself and building one out of any of the various maker-beam/open-beam type products.

    Lastly, how do you like your Smoothie conversion? I'm running a Lasersaur setup using an Arduino Mega + RAMPS ... not bad, but I'm always looking for other options.

    EDIT: I noted on your build list that you include new steppers... any reason for this?
     
  11. Ariel Yahni

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    @Dregs ive being using LaserWeb since over a year, at that point and still today it is compatible with grbl and smoothie, both superior to ramps ( i hate compiling ). The reason i chose to put new steppers is simple: First i had them, second the is no information on the stock steppers to properly setup the current. Nothing else.

    At this point i was going to start a new mod to build a complete gantry but my tube has died so there is not much interest now :(
     
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    Ariel, I'll start a fundme campaign for you, and get you back up and running.
     
  13. Trey Roudebush

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    I downloaded the files and they are really weird. Some of the parts aren't there and the ones that are scattered throughout the whole page and have a bunch of lines around them?
     
  14. Ariel Yahni

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    Trey that's very wierd. I just downloaded the file I posted and this is what you should see
     

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  15. Trey Roudebush

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    I will download sketchup and try that since I used the dxf files and inventor.
     

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