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"AcroCadabra" My Acro Laser built with my C-Beam XL

Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by Glenn Weston, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. Glenn Weston

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    Glenn Weston published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
  2. Mark Carew

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    Nice job Glenn! Machines building machines, doesn't get much cooler then that :thumbsup:
     
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  3. Glenn Weston

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    Thankyou Mark, yeh it really is awesome.

    I remember some of the things I had to hand cut and drill when building my C-Beam XL how handy it would have been to be able to CNC the parts, like mounting brakets and things.

    This time round it is much easier with my C-Beam XL doing the hard work for me.

    I am very excited to get this laser up and running.

    Cheers Glenn
     
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    daltarak dxf dosyasini koysana suraya
     
  5. Glenn Weston

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  6. Mark Carew

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    Hey guys the OpenBuilds ACRO plate DXF files have been added to the Files tab on the build, hope this helps you be able to cut your modded plate sets. If you make a cool mod or remix please share with us. :thumbsup: ACRO DXF
     
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  7. Glenn Weston

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    Hey Mark, This isn't a Mod but just a BONUS !!

    When cleaning up after the Acro Plate cutting, look what I found laying around on the table.

    Some Beautifully sized Builder Logo Pencil/Pen Huggers....... Bear in mind it would make a difference what size cutter you used, I used a 1mm Cutter and they are a perfect size, doesn't fit on all my pens but most of the ones I have here seem to be fine, Being PolyCarbonate you can stretch them to fit too without the fear of cracking.

    Just goes to show sometimes you should not Vacuum and clean up the table too quickly, sometimes there are useful offcuts laying about.

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    Oh this maker stuff is so much FUN !!!

    Cheers Glenn
     
  8. pedrofernandez

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    HI Glenn,
    you mind sharing a pic of the jumper settings for the cnc shield for the step resolution
     
  9. Glenn Weston

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    Yes I plan to do exactly that.
    That will be the next bit of imformation I will be posting on my build a little later today.

    Cheers Glenn
     

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