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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by nickchnv, Apr 4, 2021.
This modified C-Beam, is a compact, powerful and affordable desktop CNC.
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Simple and sturdy, I like it.
Love this little guy! So stout looking, nice work @nickchnv
Glad you like it, thanks Jim !!
Thanks Mark, your comment means a lot to me !!
Nice design, looking forward to seeing it in action. Would like to see how much power the NEMA 17s offer on a screw drive. They’re fairly anemic with GT2 belts but screws should give them about a 5x mechanical advantage which should be pretty decent.
That's a very compact and sturdy machine.
I would have made one change to it. I would have put the top router clamp at the top most possible position on the router rather than tight to the bottom clamp.
What linear rails did you buy for all the axes?
Love the build ❤️
Please add a video of her/him/it going
And what clamp did you use to secure your mikita router looks fatter than the normal ones I see
Hey, by any chance could we get the plans for this? I'd love to build this myself.
Exactly the inspiration I was looking for. I really would like to see it in action!
So, what's the verdict? Did it achieve your stated goal of machining aluminum well?