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Nice compact entry level machine. What size is your laser? Are you planning on using it for cutting or just engraving?
Scybuck, are you familiar with the "Beagle Bone"? Apparently the Acorn is mutated from it.
I have gone with the Acorn as well, Scybuck. I also have gone with the PRO4848 frame. I have the frame built and am now working to get the motors...
what are you planning on doing with your cnc?
A really educational build, Richard. A lot of great information that I will be using when going through my build. I really like your platform. I...
I am planning a cnc unit that will take a sheet of plywood. My main concern is the x axis deflection and how to make it as rigid as possible. I am...
Really interested in your build, Gary. Love your enclosure setup. Will be following with great interest.
What a great idea for your monitor!
@Gooshpoo really impressed with your control center. Fun watching your build.
Great, thanks. Glad you found a place with a garage!! It would get quite dusty in the bedroom??
Love the build, Kazeki.
Wondering what the size is? Any more narrative?
Its been sometime coming, Fwm891. Looking forward to your build as well.
I have a simple question for you Weldsmith. I am only a farmer welder and would like to know how you weld up the table without causing any...
Keep the information coming on the Acorn and your build.
Great, thanks. I found the Acorn removed a lot of problems with the open sourced or I wasn't sure about what I have heard about Mach 4 and Mach 3...
Sword66, is great to get a build from a friendly "Canadian". Your very good at your narrative and detail. I am really interested in talking more...
Mntlvr, you are the first one I have seen using the Acorn controller. I have been looking at this controller for my build. Why did you choose it,...
Gooshpoo, I am wondering if the 2.2 kw spindle is too heavy? How much does it weigh?
All I can say, Janis93, is WOW!!
Your attention to detail and your analytical methods are second to none. I am mostly impressed with your wire...
That's why I enjoy this site. You are always learning. Once you think you have absorbed everything, someone brings up another angle.
It makes it fun!!