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My JGro CNC becomes an OpenBuild Project

Jan 3, 2015
Category
X/Y Table Style CNC Mill
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

This is the story of my progression from the JGRO cnc router design to using the OpenBuild system. In the process I think I have learned some things about cnc routers and the accuracy required to make a good build.

Aluminum OX build with some modifications

Dec 25, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

This is my OX CNC mill. It has been a labor of love for over a year now! I hope you find it interesting and inspiring! I also hope that it gives some of you more experienced CNC builders a different perspective and some ideas!

Another OX CNC Router

Dec 13, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

An OX CNC router using Blue OX Solutions gantry plates, a Bosch Colt router, and most of the remaining parts coming from Openbuilds parts store. Table has about 22"x55" cutting capacity and I am planning on a combination T-Slot and vacuum hold down system.

Angus : A Slightly "Beefier" OX

Dec 1, 2014
Category
CNC ROUTER BUILDS
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

This is where I will share my attempt at building a slightly "beefier" OpenBuilds OX CNC Machine using commonly available parts in the spirit of OPENBUILDS and Open Source in general. I have a tendancy to over-build things so I will be balancing that tendacy against budget constraints and common sense as much as possible.

Our OX CNC Router Project

Nov 21, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

Our version of the OX, a Cartesian CNC Router Build. 1,500 mm Y-Axis, 1,000 mm X-Axis, 300 mm Z-Axis - Lots of Fun!

no xp cnc

Oct 30, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

This is my first cnc build, never used one before and don't know too much besides what i've read a little bit about them online. It's probably going to be about 31" y axis with hopefully around 4ft x axis, z height is still to be determined.

Heavy Inexpensive CNC

Sep 28, 2014
Category
Other Style CNC Mills
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

Acquiring a CNC has been on my list for some time now. This concept is a bare bones, upgradeable machine that will not require a complete rebuild when new parts become available. With a cutting surface over 36" square, this beast should be capable of creating its own parts. Lowering the price to make upgrading and making this contraption beefier, faster, and more precise.

ROUX - A Routy-OX Hybrid

Aug 1, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

ROUX is a 2'x4' CNC that can be easily handbuilt without an existing mill and removes the need to buy generic plates for the Routy. A simpler, more refined machine.

Little Big OX

Jun 5, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

A complete CNC newbie is tackling a mighty challenge, Not only is he making a CNC router, He's going to try and upsize it.

CNC FOR EVERYONE!

May 12, 2014
Category
Other Style CNC Mills
Build Progress
Build Complete!

This build was very complex due to the fact I wanted to create a low cost larger than normal CNC. I did not want a MDF or plastic body. I wanted it to be able to do more than most CNC routers this size on the market.

Aluminum Ox

Mar 15, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

I have been looking for a good solid kit to build off of for some time and when I saw the Ox buildlog I knew I had to have one. Ordered most of the pieces from Open Builds and started planning. Had a nice gentleman named Chris cut the required plates from 6061 aluminum for me (he sells them on eBay now if you're interested) and got to work.

Proteus

Nov 26, 2013
Category
X/Y Table Style Bots

Proteus is the Greek God of change. Besides the numerous aspect of 3D printing that this could relate to this machine like the god can change. The Build allows for an interchanging head that will allow different functionality to be quickly and easily adapted. So you could print clay, silicon, plastic, cut with a laser cutter or even attach a rotary tool

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