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Build Author Giarc Views 22000
I have been toying with the idea of making a 3 axis rotary CNC machine for awhile. I wanted to make it with off the shelf OpenBuilds parts so any one can replicate it and I felt the LEAD High Z Mod would be a good starting point.
Build Author Jason @ MCC Views 8542
QueenBee Pro CNC Router and Lathe
A 1000x1500mm QueenBee Pro with a 4th Axis Rotary attachment/Lathe Bed.
Build Author Nick Cipolla Views 1913
2 Axis Lathe cutter
Rubber company use as a lathe cutter for accurate cuts compared to hand cutting.
Build Author Justinat Views 42838
Mini lathe CNC Conversion - Work in progress
My on going build of CNC Mini Lathe
Build Author ymilord Views 53947
FARM OX (Four Axis Rotary Machine)
Four Axis Rotary Machine (FARM) OX. Equipped with a X,Z,A & C Axis.
Build Author gwandad Views 25559
OX TWO in ONE
What I'm doing is pretty self explanatory. I've put a few pictures up
Build Author gwandad Views 22191
C Beam Rotary
I've used the good work of Openbuilds & expanded it to suit.
Build Author Jon Norris Views 25525
I'm building a machine specifically for doing 4th axis work on woodwind instruments.
Build Author dougsnash Views 47288
Rotary Axis OX Derivitive
A Rotary Axis CNC router based on the OX CNC Router
Build Author yoyomokomo Views 5490
Desktop 4-Axis Nema 23
This build is specific to a furniture design I am trying to bring to market. My first attempt to build a machine. I have looked at other build submissions to help me figure out where I would like to start. The workable volume should 36" W x 6" D x 6" T. The goal is to become more comfortable with the electronics side of machines I enjoy using and also lower the cost of my product by reducing man hours in the manufacturing process. Yay!
Build Author dregalia Views 4268
CNC Lathe Upgrade
So, not much here, as I'm still building, but I'm putting in the work.
Build Author Blyn3D Views 5001
Fourth Axis Mill Prototype
I really like the 4th axis I purchased a few years back, but when I went looking for it again the suppliers who once carried it no longer do. Anyone know who makes it? Center hole receives collets. I own a ShopSmith so I am using a 5/8th rod and can mount it's chucks onto this machine. Also I like the use of the skateboard wheels, they are adjustable and one could use more sets over a longer axis. The Sherline z-axis is not my first choice, I just had a spare.
Build Author Ariel Yahni Views 6387
A simple wood turning lathe.