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80watt Lasercutter, workingarea 105x52[cm], steel frame

Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by sybren, Dec 13, 2017.

  1. sybren

    sybren New
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    sybren published a new build:

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  2. JustinTime

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    That looks very solid! :thumbsup:

    You may need a crane to move it. :ROFL::ROFL:
     
  3. sybren

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    the "two" frames can be seperated, the lower one weighs 35kg and the upper one 44kg. This is without the components lol
    lower frame is of 50x50x2.5[mm] tube and upper frame 30x30x2.5 and 30x50x2.5.
    Im guessing the total weight will be around 110kg
     
  4. jackantubis

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    WOW look strong and well designed :) what is your price goal ?
     
  5. sybren

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    Everything together, also cooling/smoke extraction/hiring of welding equipment, 5000 euro. I could have saved some of the money on the motion stuff by going chinese(spindles, linear motion, trapezium nuts, belt and pulleys), electronics and cheaper tube, then it would be around 3500-4000.
     
  6. Steve Mc

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    Really like the idea of using a self-levelling epoxy to level the frame top surface. Ingenious.
     

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