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The design I'm gonna present is a DIY CNC machine made with MDF board. This design has been made by one of my friend and I have built ...
The machine was entirely built on the computer before it has been made, so here's the render of both versions i have
First, get a sheet of 3/4 inch MDF board, it's enough for all the project, even if you miss a part or 2. You can get it for ...
Get the cross dowels and the 1/4-20 bolts. I took mine from www.leevalley.com , i guess you can get them from almost all woodworking shop on the net. ...
Here I will post picture and drawing of the mechanism. For the moment i only posted a render of the back of the machine ( the Y axis ...
I took an old computer and opened the power supply to solder 3 wire on the primary side of it. I took the wires to a switch so ...
I just made a 1/2 mdf part to protect the table and I grooved 2 3/4 slot with the router bench. I got each t-slot for 11$ ea. ...
MDF Board : 35$ Bearings : about 30$ Lead Screw and antibacklash nut : 135$ Power supply : 50 Steppers : 49$ each ( 150$ ) Gecko drive ...
Since I had some issues with stability and wobble and I wanted to use my 1/2 carbide end mill. I had to modify the machine to remove some ...
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