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      Inspired by the original openbuilds C-BEAM, I wanted to make a more compact and rigid version using 15 mm linear rails, aluminium profiles and aluminium plates. The footprint is about 365x280 mm that makes it fit perfectly on a desk.


      Dimensions:
      380 mm width
      500 mm height
      430 mm depth

      Travels:
      X axis travel = 180 mm
      Y axis travel = 150 mm
      Z axis travel = 80 mm

      Table:
      Lenght = 180mm
      Widht = 150mm

      Structure:
      4040 alumnium profile
      8040 c-beam profile

      Axis:
      15 mm linear rail
      8mm ACME lead screw

      Spindle: Makita RT0700C

      Electronics:
      GRBL Shield + 3x Nema 17


      Next step:
      Build an enclosure

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      arp, MaryD, MythBuster and 9 others like this.
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    Build License:
    • CC - Attribution Share Alike - CC BY SA

    Reason for this Build

    I wanted to build a smaller and more rigid version of the Openbuilds C-Beam that might be capable of milling aluminium precisely.

    Inspired by

    Openbuilds C-BEAM
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