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Yes, it looks perfect now. I will try to cut it and post the results. Thank you
Hi, this looks beautiful and I would like to cut it, but the pdf you made available has parts missing in the top layer, I tried fixing it but couldn't really get all of them
Sean, any hint / trick to make the HC-06 Bluetooth work? There is no way I can get it to work, no connection to LaserGRBL (or to anything else). I watched several tutorials and troubleshooting videos, tried several solutions to no avail. Maximum I achieve is to change the name of the device, but most of the time I get no response to any AT command.Did you use a voltage divider? i thought I had fried mine, initially, but i got a new one and it doesn't work either, with or without divider.thanks!
That is a great idea. I thought of storing it vertically, but why not just make it permanent!
Thanks. That is more or less what I did, I just didn't get to make the track puller fit, but will try later. Please don't take yours apart!In the meantime I got it to work, posted in the "I made it" section. It is really cool. Some basswood boards coming in today to try to get the hang of engraving and cutting.
Thanks to Sean for the support along the way!!
Sean, when you have a minute can you post how you fixed the laser bracket to the wheel plate, with the track puller? Things are not wanting to fit together in my case. Thanks
Miter Saw Measuring Device
3D TIC TAC TOE (Laser Cut & 3D Printed)
Floating and Spinning Earth Globe
Arduino WiFi Tetris Clock
Thanks Sean. Motor side: you are correct, a little filing of the hole made it fit. But there was a difference between the left and right sides where it sits on the plate as well, so it was moving. OCD kicked in and I decided to redesign it. I will upload my F360 models so you can take a look too. Need to learn how…Other side: yes, I initially used shims I printed, then OCD again…. ;)Cable clips: I had only the other ones printed, I will need to print these and they will indeed make life easier.I will try to start posting stuff I make with this now! Thanks for the nice words and incentive!
Thank you Sean, that looks like what happened. I will download it and try in my new printer tonight (if I can make it work...)
Hi Sean, FYI, the Laser Gantry Mount .stl file seems to have a problem that prevents it to print correctly. A friend of mine tried printing (still waiting for my own printer) and it didn't complete. He tried fixing the model but that didn't work. I will take a shot at it too, will let you know if succesful
Thank you Sean. That is exactly the one I was looking at.
LOL.... I will do 500,000 microns then... :)I was planning on doing something like that, assembling the frame with the motors only to test, before going full build. Even easier as you suggested.By the way, what power supply do you use, any suggestions?Thanks!
Thanks a lot for the quick reply. My worry was that the motors could struggle, but if they take it, let's go!I am specially interested in being able to cut thin plywood, but the cut line option seems like a great idea too. I decided to build it smaller, 500mm profiles instead of 1m, but maybe an upgrade later? And the air pruger sounds like a good idea as wellWill go on with it and ask for help if stuck! Thanks
Jumbo CNC Laser Etcher Designed With Autodesk Fusion 360
Cardboard Horn Amplifier.