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Build in 'CNC ROUTER BUILDS' published by sgspenceley, Apr 25, 2015.
A CNC build using linear rails & lead screws.
Nice design, thanks for sharing.
Looks really good. This is the kind of machine I would like to build myself.
Plans would be excellent since the cadwork is so Awesome. This is a perfect evolution of the OX. Leads screws would be great and the rigid design looks promising!
Amazingly well thought out and researched!
5 stars ++++
I am curious as to planes as well. I this is the best design i have seen yet. It looks like its a Beast for its size something that I am looking for. I purchased a " black" 1000 X 1000mm kit back in March I am not happy at all.
Very good machine :)
Great looking design!
I think the OX build is a greeting looking design, so I wanted my next machine to look great as well.
Thank you, it's been a fun adventure so far.
I'm happy to leave my own design behind to adopt this well thought through design.
Do you plan to release the CAD model and if so when? It would be a great benefit to the CNC community!
Adrian also have a look at this thread on cnc zone.
It's a great looking machine expertly produced.
I have recently spoke to a few expert members and they all suggest I don't need the double rail on the Y given the quality of the bearings I purchased.
Send me email and we can talk about plans, [email protected]
Thank you, it's been a fun adventure so far. When I know the design works I will seriously consider sharing the plans and the 3D model.
very beautiful design
I seriously thought about using the igus double linear bearing like yours. It looks like such a perfect solution for an OpenBuild machine.
Thank you, it's been a fun adventure so far. Funny I loved your solution.
simply amazing - would love to emulate this build! well done. Gorgeous CAD renderings btw!
Thank you, it's been a fun adventure so far. I worked on special effected software from the 90s so I like to produce something that looks good. SolidWorks makes this easy