Hi, I recently built my own cartesian style CNC router with 12mm plywood parts. Its mostly an OX style CNC with mini v-wheels for linear motion on V-slots (because I had lots of them and I didn't want to spend on the solid v-wheels). I can mill 6061 aluminium on this but I see a lot of chatter with boring holes. Here is a video where I'm milling a 5mm hole and as you can see there is a lot of vibration and an awful racket as the mill goes down the material (look at the mist nozzle). I guess this is because the machine isn't as rigid as its supposed to be. Any thing I can do in CAM to counter this? CAM was done in Fusion 360. This was a boring operation with a 0.1mm step pitch. Material thickness is 6.7mm. Feed was 260mm/min. The tool is a 4mm 2 flute end mill. Could this probably be because of the delrin wheel based axes? Would replacing them with a linear rails help? Perhaps I'm doing the wrong operation? Any suggestions would be really useful.