Hi, my name is Scott, this is my second build... well if you want to count my first as a build, it's a mdf Frankenstein that performed, just not well.. I built it using linear rail bearings for the x and y and z. Acme rod, nema 23s, a Gecko G540 controller and Mach3. It works, but is cumbersome to say the least. The Beast, dont hate... lol it's all from scratch and completely built from the hip. Well being that I have taken the beast this far, I am hooked... and the beast no longer satisfies my desires to CNC stuff.. So I have decided to open the wallet and get serious. This new build will be an OX, 750 x 1000 x 250mm. I have purchased the RoverOx plates from SNB Solutions to use 40/80 C Beam the x, the feet plates that have the option of using ball screws or lead screws.. I'm still on the fence with this as of now, but the option is there if later I decide to. I also have enough 5 start rod and backlash nuts that I could use (upgrades for the Beast that never really took off) I went ahead and got belts and pulleys also.. Plates (these pics are borrowed ) Mine are not in my possession yet. I've ordered most everything I believe I will need from the Open Builds Store yesterday... Shims, spacers, nuts bolts, belts pulleys, wheels, z plates and lead screws ect. I am eagerly waiting the arrival of them. I'm really on the fence about using the Gecko G540 with this build... Any suggestions on a possible better driver? My steppers now are 287oz, they seem weak with the Beast hopefully this build will be better suited for them. I have been using a 46v power supply, I also have a 24. I have read what seems like good things about the TinyG but IDK Any advice or direction on my build will be really appreciated! I will update as I can.