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Build Author HC.Carbo Views 186
C_Beam Hammerhead 5x
setup for learning 5x
Build Author Rob Mahan Views 2016
Rob's C-Beam Machine XLarge
This is my first CNC router build, so I started with the OpenBuilds C-Beam Machine XLarge mechanical bundle, including four high torque stepper motors. I took my time with the mechanical build, sought and found some great help for my control system, and designed and built a custom cabinet to house everything.
Build Author Glenn Weston Views 11147
"The Moagie Mill" My C-Beam XLarge
My Experiences building the C-Beam X Large. Maybe you can pick up a few pointers from my ramblings and experiences if you are considering building this machine.
Build Author dogmeatk Views 6866
Dogmeat's Custom C-Beam XL
I love the C-Beam XL concept, this build is my custom version with the goal of increasing rigidity for metal milling.
Build Author jamesdjadams Views 7020
C-Beam XL - TinyG - Aluminium Plate - Dewalt 611
C-Beam XL build using TinyG V8.
Build Author Rui Vasconcelos Views 718
C-Beam XL ( 1 meter²)
A modified C-Beam Build with a few Addons
Build Author ChadRat6458 Views 2124
SkyKae sphinx - c beam xl hybrid
I took what I thought were the best parts of the sphinx and the c beam xl to build a bigger and faster machine.
Build Author Moag Views 52340
C-Beam Machine XLarge
A rigid and wide format, plate and carving CNC.
Build Author GeoffH Views 1529
c-beam XLarge with ZLarge
XLarge with ZLarge
Build Author Indieflow Views 63138
A lightweight, portable, accurate 3D Printer that has a good sized print area and small overall footprint that is easy to build, with easy to source components. The design is OpenSource allowing those with the capability to make their own parts get up and running.
Build Author Paul Boartfield Views 2429
C beam xl
I would recommend this challenge to any woodworker looking for something new.
Build Author MuchoBurrito Views 2704
Reusing parts to build a CNC - planning stage
Build Author WarEagle90 Views 2692
Dixie C-Beam XL
Build log of the Dixie C-Beam XL CNC Router.
Build Author WildBill Views 2951
C-Beam XL build
So for a summary its a great kit that was easy to build, could not be more happy.
Build Author PhotoSgt85 Views 6620
C-Beam Machine XL
Overview of my experience building the C-Beam Machine XL from OpenBuilds, along with updates as I move along and get it going. My application is for creating plates needed for lab functions, 19 rack bay covers, and whatever else arises.
Build Author Bernie CLark Views 4145
C-Beam XXLarge "Laser "Tank""
A re-imagining of Dollarz81's XXL Tank in Laser form
Build Author Ronald van Arkel Views 10348
Upgrading the C-Beam machine
So we have new plates, stronger motors, belt drive reduction, but what should we do with them? In this article you might find the answer you were looking for as we took an “old” C-Beam machine and started to upgrade the X/Z body and added more torque and precision to the Z-axis.
Build Author Dollarz81 Views 6168
C-Beam XXLarge "Tank"
This is a modified build C-Beam XLarge. 1000mm C-Beam used for X and Y axis, and the Y Axis moves the X bridge, not the material being worked.
Build Author SBLabs Views 7539
C-Beam to C-Beam XL Upgrade
This is my first public build. Please be kind. We upgraded our C-Beam to the C-Cbeam X-Large. I want to give special thanks to Moag and the OpenBuilds team for making this happen.
Build Author Joe Garritano Views 5072
Using criticall OpenBuilds components to upgrade the rigidity and reliability of an X-Carve 1000mm build.
Build Author Metalguru Views 4512
Metalguru's C-Beam 750
This is a C-Beam build, fairly heavy duty, and 750mm x 750mm. Should be a good, sturdy machine that's relatively easy to assemble.
Build Author Moag Views 10822
Moag's CNC Mill
A design in progress, to 3D carve two-part Aluminium injection moulds for Soft Plastic Lures and Lead Jigs, so I can prototype some of the concepts rattling around in my head. All Openbuilds parts where possible, 1000x500mm footprint, 0.8kw Water-cooled Spindle?, High Torque Stepper?,Smoothieboard?, I still have no idea. As a newbie to the CNC world, any wisdom would be welcome to take this from just a idea into reality so I can start playing with all this awesome stuff. Thanks in advance