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JointCam debut and discounted price

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by DiggerJ, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. DiggerJ

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    This is NOT my product, and I am not in any way connected with the company, but I am planning to use this with my OX build. I thought I would pass on this info for anyone interested. The videos are pretty cool.

    The author hangs out over on LumberJocks and I think CNCZone.

    http://g-forcecnc.com/jc_purchase.html
     
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  2. Dave Millard

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    Looks very clever :)
     
  3. Mark Carew

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    Great find! thanks for sharing Digger
     
  4. GrayUK

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    Thanks Digger. I'll keep that on the back burner. :thumbsup:

    I think there are quite a lot of possible future plans, involving sending the Spindle or Router, out and over the front of the machine. The Z axis gives it a natural propensity to project out and over the front. Just needs a few extra inches on the Ys to get more out of the position. :rolleyes:

    Saves making a hole in the table! :banghead:

    A great area for jigs and such. :thumbsup:

    How about a 6" or 9" platform on a couple of threaded rods and a small Nema for lift and drop? :rolleyes:

    How about a detachable rig for additional utilization, which can literally plug into the ends of the V slot? :thumbsup: :rolleyes:

    5th Axis uses this area quite often so I've seen.

    Anyone seen anything else interesting in this area? :rolleyes:

    Could be very well worth bearing in mind on a New Build! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

    Gray


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