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Stainless OX kit

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by Martin Skov Nielsen, Dec 28, 2016.

  1. Martin Skov Nielsen

    Martin Skov Nielsen Well-Known
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    #1 Martin Skov Nielsen, Dec 28, 2016
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    How is it going? I just got my 1500mm by 1500mm kit.
     
  3. Martin Skov Nielsen

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    Thank you it is going quite well
    I havent had time to upload the latest pictures, i am going to fit the belts for the Y axis next
    congratulations on your kit, have you started yet ?
     
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    Unfortunately, I have exams coming very soon, and my boyfriend will not let me do much until my exams are over, haha.

    I have built a couple of gantry plates. Mostly thinking about how I'm going to do the electronics. Probably not doing a control box in the layout Martin did, I'd rather have everything underneath my table.

    I have a lot of goals though. It's quite a massive set of tasks, so I'm just breaking it down into easy steps and thinking about the order I'm going to do it all in.
     
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    How are the exams ?

    Any progress with the cnc ?
    Funny you should mention, instaling the electronics under the table, i had the same idea

    I must say, after completing the Z and X carriage it was quite easy, threading the rails was the most timeconsuming task for me

    Unfortunately i havent had much time for the machine, still havent fitted the belts for the Y axis
    There came along a kitchen/livingroom/staircase project
    I have been able to make a temporarily setup for the electronics, for some testing of the steppermotors
     

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