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newbee table 60 x 42

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by Chadfarmer, Feb 20, 2019.

  1. Chadfarmer

    Chadfarmer Journeyman
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    anyone make a table this size for my cnc?
     
  2. Chadfarmer

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    anyone have a number to openbuilds?
     
  3. Giarc

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    I could make the table, but I have a feeling you are nowhere near me geographically. Also, you could go to Lowe's and buy a sheet of particle board and have the cut it into two pieces 60" and 36". They may even cut the other 6 inches off the long way if you tell them that is the only way it will fit in your car...or if they are nice. Although for a 1510, I would make a torsion box style table. I would hate for it to sag in the middle.
     
  4. Chadfarmer

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    im talking out of aluminum like a build kit? im a cabinet maker by trade so cutting a 60 x 42 is simple on the big cnc
     
  5. Giarc

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    Oh. Aluminum cuts easily on a table saw with a carbide blade. I cut the plates for my CNC machine with a table saw, chop saw, and a scroll saw for the curves. That is how I would do it. Much quicker than a CNC.
     
  6. Chadfarmer

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    What would i need to order aluminum wise. Im a noob to this type of building and the different connectors.
     
  7. Giarc

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    I do not know what you are trying to do. Make a table for it to sit on? If so, I personally would not use aluminum. I made a real heavy torsion box table that my CNC is securely fastened to. Particle board is dimensionally stable which is why I chose it. I sealed mine to prevent any spilled beer or wd-40 from soaking in. I guess it would work for water, too. I just don't know how that would ever get spilled on it;)
     
  8. Chadfarmer

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    Ok i thought a table to match the machine would look nice
     
  9. joe williams

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    Chad...I made a table like this: Table (has a little aluminum)

    8020 aluminum is the way to go for an all aluminum table frame...look here
     

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