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Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by mytechno3d, Feb 8, 2015.
A Cut To Length machine controlled by computer
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What a great project, we could use this set up here at OpenBuilds HQ
Thanks for sharing looking forward to building one.
Excellent and very useful project @mytechno3d
This is really just what I need. Hope to see more.
Looking forward to trying out this software/electronics!
Nicely done! No better way to give back, than to make something to help other people make something!
I have cut a bunch of V-slot, and hate all the readjustments and bump changes to get it "just right". I think this is a perfect project for the Area 515 Makerspace. I will propose it at the meeting this weekend. Weird, but all I ever seem to do is build the tools to build the tools. I have all kinds of artsy-fartsy stuff to play around with, but between projects at the space, and building parts for OB members, it seems like I make a bunch of shavings and filament scraps building tools.
Again, very nicely done.
thank you for your support
It is always a pleasure to build and share something that can help other ..
Great Job. Looking to make something like this. but likely belt driven to speed it up and be able to adjust to 2000mm lengths
Hi, what are the requirement for the software?
Hello , i use it with Windows 7 , and .net 4.0 framework installed.
Just connect your computeur to a GRBL compatible electronic board ( i use arduino UNO + gshield )
Maybe if you don't illegally use copyrighted music we'd be able to see your creation in action.
Just what I need. The link to the software seems to be dead though, has it been moved?
You continue your project "Mit Saw Stop Block"
I also want to get closer to doing something like "Table Saw Fence Control"
I find programming difficult
HI is there still a link to software ?
Sorry but no , i lose the software and source on a computer crach :-(
Unfortunatly , i lost the software and the source code in a computer crach ...
Many people ask me for this program , so i'm working on a V2 .
It is almost done. I will need some help to test and improve it with your advice .
In one week or two i will post the download link here .
Is there a drawing that shows which part of the parts list goes where ?