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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by MattiasN, Jun 23, 2015.

  1. MattiasN

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    Great looking build @MattiasN
    Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
     
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    BTW is that a carbon fiber spoiler board?
     
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    Thanks :)
    it´s Veneer i think and it´s 18mm thick

    The spindle im going to get is this http://ugracnc.com/CNC-SPINDLES/Milling-Spindle-0.75-kW-220-V.html
    it Weight 2.8 kg so not to heavy i think and it have ER16M collet but it cost much :/

    and i did buy 4 of this 1600mm to http://www.fine-tools.com/t-nutschiene.html

    i have a CNC Pen Write Holder and i did buy it from here https://www.rockcliffmachine.com/product/cnc-pen-holder/
    but i have not yet test it :)


    Here you can see both sides of the spoiler board

    19118763095_3977a4d9fa_o.jpg 19092590446_c91947828d_o.jpg
     
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    Thanks for the update on the veneer @MattiasN It looked just like carbon fiber to me on the first set of pics :)
    The spindle is very nice indeed!
    I have been looking for an easy way to make a sharpie holder for testing out the machines on their Hello Worlds and this gives some good ideas, thank you.
    Again thank you again and please keep us up to date.
     
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    Thanks for the link going to check it out :)
     
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    Awesome built and prints! What software did you use for the prints?
     
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    MattiasN Awesome build. I am just starting out and this looks like the build I want to me or similar to it. Would you happen to have a parts list or a partial parts list. I am gathering information for a 1500mm x 1500mm laser cut table. Thank you
     
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    Hi i did use

    20 x 80 VSlot - 2 @ 1500mm
    20 x 60 VSlot - 2 @ 1000mm (join it together with 3 Low Profile Screws M5 maby it was 60mm you can allways cut down :) )
    20 x 60 VSlot - 1 @ 500mm (For the Z but i did cut it down to 265mm)
    20 x 40 VSlot - 1 @ 1000mm (Cable Chain Rest)
    20 x 40 VSlot - 1 @ 1500mm (Cable Chain Rest and 2 90 Degree Joining Plate to hold it )
    Xtreme V Wheel Kit - 26
    Smooth Idler Pulley Wheel Kit - 2

    i recommend 4 9mm Aluminum Spacers here between the two wheels between the two wheels 9mm if you are going to join the two 20 x 60 VSlot - 2 @ 1000mm
    here is two images you see how i did join it 2 20 x 60 VSlot Joining other sid i did tap 2 20 x 60 VSlot Joining

    GT3 Aluminum Timing Pulley - 20 Tooth - 3 (but i did put bigger M5 Set Screws on it 4mm )

    spacers between the wheels it´s up to you but take the same dimensions Eccentric Spacer and normal Spacer

    i did use 4.2mm drill for tapping M5 screws if i remember right

    and i did buy 8 V-Slot, Openrail, C-Beam, Openbuilds OX CNC Brackets

    here i have more pictures Mattias Norberg
     
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    Thank you :)
     
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    are you using Stepper Motor Drivers with your NEMA23. Is it mandatory for that size of OX- 1000x1500mm
     
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    Hi i use Gecko G540 it´s all in one it have the controller + Stepper Motor Drivers
     
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    This is the same size i want to build, you have some powerful motors. Have you tried cutting wood and soft metals, how
    well does the vslot frame belt system hold up when cutting solid materials?
     
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    Hi i have not yet test to cut soft metals
    i have only done some halftone
    but i think that spindle is perfect for this machine
    the Y axis with the L Brackets does very good job to get the Y axis very stable and i think it´s the easiest way to do that

    hmm for the X axis i think this method like a ladder horizontal is maby very good and stable way
    then you have upper and lower X axis that together creates a wider Linear Rail then example 20 x 80 Linear Rail so wider is better :) and it does less stress on the vslot wheels to then maby it can hold a bigger spindle to :)
    for this i think two 40x40 Linear Rail is very good upper and lower
    [​IMG]
     
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    I have got everything except the frame. The spindle i got is 1.5kw but its round require mount weight 3kg. I like your one fit nicly on 40x60. I was worry my spindle will be too heavy. I already have the plates so cant change to 20x80 for x now.

    Did you buy a L plates or machine it your self? They are either rare or expensive compare with building with a base frame.
     
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    Hi i did buy them from chrisclub1 on ebay Angle Brackets for the OX CNC (seen at Openbuilds) and other rail projects | eBay
    but you maby find cheaper on some hardware store
     
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    Thank you for your reply!

    I am thinking to do it another way, by joining 2080 with 2040 like a L shape have 2 cross beam under the 2040 at the same position as your middle L-plates,locking the side beams in place.

    what did you do to stop the v-wheel nut and screw hitting the plate when traveling on the 2080 beam? I think its stick out by 5mm? Did you turn the bolt the other way or use low profile nut and bolt?

    I see your machine have been upgraded since beginning. do the current design still have the 4 beams below the bed? And did the t-slot rail to it?
     
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    I did something similar to what you are considering. I mounted my Y axis to the bench top like the picture below and it is rock solid. The 1/8 inch aluminum plate for both sides is way cheaper than those brackets, though not necessary the way you are considering, If I understand it right. I pay between $3 and $3.50 per pound for aluminum. It may be more or less depending on your locale. I go right to a metal yard and don't order it online. Much cheaper that way. I wanted the Y supported the entire length and this allowed me more places to fasten it to the table top.
    [​IMG]

    If you want more info, a more detailed description is here: Lead Screw Driven Ox Derivative (850x1500)
     
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    This look great, it good to know it does work. I live in UK everything is expensive here, so I want to get it right first time and leave room for upgrade option further in time.

    Mike
     
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    Nice looking build, I like your t-track spoil board.
    That spindle is nice and compact, gets the bit very close to the v-slot which is ideal
     
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    Hi i was lazy i did just grind the nut so it does not hit the plate

    Giarc that look´s very stable and much cheaper a great Idea


    Gary Caruso thanks :)
    between the spindle and 20 x 60 VSlot Linear Rail there is only a very slim steel plate
    so the spindle is mounted on the slim steel plate and the steel plate is mounted to the 20 x 60 VSlot so it get´s very compact :)


     
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    Those halftone images are awesome! Did you paint the wood white first? Then cut? Or am I not looking at it right? I would like to try it.
     
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    Hi thanks :) i use Melamine White Panel like this and paint with black
    stain
    this is the black stain i use and Melamine White Panel[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you. I wonder if white paint would work. I may try it just as a practice run before using the Melamine. I have a white house and a white fence, so plenty of white paint. ;)
     
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    ok:) you can use then black Melamine Panel and mask it and then paint with white paint
    but if it´s white stain paint then no need to mask because stain does not stuck on Melamine so you can just wipe it clean
     
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