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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by rob4cnc, Nov 26, 2018.

  1. rob4cnc

    rob4cnc Well-Known
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    rob4cnc published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
  2. Rob Taylor

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    Now this is a build up my street! All over this. :thumbsup:
     
  3. rob4cnc

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    I am currently looking for a team of enraptures, net-workers, wonks, and the like who will be interested in the entire project. A a refined version of this machine will be franchised and networked in a large number of Small Manufacturing and Recycling Enterprises. The team will be developing the physical plant that includes grinder, washer, mill, electroplating equipment, and injection molding machine. The franchised and networked enterprises will recycle PVC plastic into Snploc a patent pending device for joining all kinds of pipes and rods.

    To develop this franchised and networked recycling and manufacturing process we will be seeking well suited grants from Colorado Department of Environment and Health and from crowd funding sources.
     
  4. Rob Taylor

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    Sounds good! Sounds like it's something along the lines of Dave Hakkens' Precious Plastics initiative, actually, which is great!
     
  5. DarkPenguin

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    "Built to go fast and light."

    You are aware you're making this out of granite, right?
     
  6. rob4cnc

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    Exactly, with the addition of precision molding.
     
  7. rob4cnc

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    The foundation or table is a granite sandwitch with concrete in between. The bottom is two scraps side by side. I poured concrete on top and floated a full 3' x 4' piece on top of that. Then I hand milled the surface flat and glued the y axis rails to it.
     

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