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However, the x-axis employs dual rods and each side instead of one. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This set of plans are in a 3D format which can be viewed, rotated, and dimensioned using a free E-drawing viewer that you may download here. While at Weird Stuff, I also picked up several DB9 extension cords, so now all three motors are wired up and working.
Coming from an Arduino world, having a full user interface where I can set acceleration and velocity and adjust jog percentage is a luxury. Bearing assemblies are coming together now. Using an OD 0. I probably could have persevered with the skateboard bearings carefully adjusting them, but I got some cheap linear bearings for the Y and Z axes so I just changed to those.
This build can be very sturdy if built correctly. Things I just don’t understand: Luckily, I’d made more than required.
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I’m at the point where I’ve gotten most of the main, small pieces cut, and some of them drilled. A screw’s major diameteris 0. Still, Planz like the idea of reorienting the Y axis slides so that they put weight evenly on both pairs bearings.
Just bought a new Torus Pro, on order from Novakon, thank you John! Use this control to limit the display of threads to those newer than the specified time frame. If you look at step 13 of this how-to project, the second generation gantry was all cut out by the machine. Please bare with us as we upload pages. Only a member of this blog may post a comment. That’s the tradition, right?
Things I’ve given up wrestling with: That’s now making me think of mounting the Y axis pipes directly to the desk yet allowing for shim adjustments somehow.
In looking at the skate bearing assemblies, I couldn’t understand why some have offset holes at. However, CNC router plans can still pllans a valuable resource. All in all, it’s been a great exercise in precision woodwork.
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An actual OD 0. This is why we want to provide you with as many free plans and blueprints as possible. There several companies devoted to providing plans you can buy. Once enough material was gone, I cross-hatched more cuts, and then filed things down.
For now, feel free to check out the plans below. Threads 1 to ;lans of Any pointers would be appreciated, ppans now that I’ve found this forum, I think I have more reading to plwns The drill press I’m using doesn’t have laser guides.
Just adding some pics as I go along. Aluminum, springy center, two clamp screws that bind around the circumference, and another on each end to bite down if there’s a flat part to the shaft which there is on my motor.
Separately, I have a dozen decent skate bearings that were scavenged in various ways freecycle, old kids’ toys that went rusty. I’ve been wanting to make my own CNC router ever since seeing some examples here or at buildyourcnc of people fixing them up out of MDF and using skate bearings.
Moderators of this Forum Switcherwendtmkdifalkner. It was amazingly easy and very satisfying to see the motors turn in Jog mode for the first time. This time I’m planning the hole drilling a little better, so I hope that works out. Prefix any thread any prefix no prefix Need Help!
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The Builder’s guide walks you through the important decisions and design considerations when building your own CNC router. That doesn’t make sense to me. After some youtube browsing, I saw someone cutting aluminum with various types of saws circular saw, jigsaw, Sawzall. The result was mostly ok, but not perfectly vertical, so I may re-do that. But the basic desgin is sound, and will work without modifications: I got bearings from freebie rollerblades freecycle.
I’d make the adjustment blocks out of plastic like Delrin. Also recently made jigs for pilot points on the gantry, and a little jig for the holes that go through the aluminum angle to hold the bolts that hold the skate bearings. I may yet get that result by drilling initial holes through from the outside and keeping a piece of material on the inside to act as jig 2, and then use jig 2 to drill from the inside out.
You may prefer to design and build your own machine. I found that the spec saying to use OD 0. When assembling it, I had to eyeball the placement such that the center of the hole aligned with the centerline across the slide V points. I also got a set of ceramic adjustment screwdrivers from e-Bay so I could tune them, but it turned out they didn’t need much tuning.