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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by Sray69, Nov 3, 2022.

  1. Sray69

    Sray69 New
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    Sray69 published a new build:

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  2. JustinTime

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    Seeing the sturdy machine you've built it funny to think that you even considered a MPCNC. It's literally day and night difference. My self designed and built machine is by far not so sturdy but I only cut wood (so far).

    Only thing I would have done different than what you did, and what I did on mine, is using NEMA 34 steppers. They are way stronger for their size and cost about the same as the high torque NEMA 23.

    Great build, my friend! :thumbsup:
     
  3. GKTRK

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    Wow that is AMAZING!
     
  4. Banjopete

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    Well done, quite a departure indeed from the mpcnc.

    What are you planning on cutting with this big guy. It seems like it could be ready for quite a variety of jobs.
     
  5. Jack Ethan Schlein

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    Beast!
     
  6. William (Bill) McConnon

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    Wow, very sturdy looking build. Do you have and idea on what the mass of the gantry and z axis will have on machine when doing rapid motions with directional changes. I ask because on my current machine (slightly modified x-carve) shakes the entire table when I get going to fast. Just curious. Again very nice and sturdy looking build.
     
  7. Gazza154

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    Great build,I would recommend if you havn't allready make sure you have ventallation or fan as drivers and power supply get warm.
     

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