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Simple CNC Router (Nema17, V-slot 2040, Arduino, GRBL)

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by viktop, Apr 29, 2019.

  1. viktop

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    That Z axis looks like it could give you some trouble? :rolleyes:
     
  3. pici

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    Great idea. I was looking for something like that.
    Can you post some pictures?
     
  4. viktop

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    Added some photos
     
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    Hi @viktop, your photos haven't appeared.
    Alex.
     
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    I've decided to build this as my first project. I have a half-dozen NEMA hybrid stepper motors and plan to pick up an Arduino/GRBL pair, 24-volt power supply and go for it!
    Were you planning to post a materials list?? That would be a big help for us newbies!
    Thanks for posting the build.
     
  9. viktop

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    We will try to quickly finish the project. Now ordered the third version of the plates and wait when we get.
    12 Volt Power Supply for CNC Shield v.4 - Ks0096 keyestudio CNC Kit / CNC Shield V4.0 + Nano 3.0+3pcs a4988 Driver / GRBL Compatible - Keyestudio Wiki
    The input voltage of CNC Shield V4.0 is DC 7.5V-12V, do not higher than 12V.
     
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    This a great project! I want to build one asap. Are you going to post the design files for the plates?
     
  11. Shantaram Ratnaparkhi

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    Nice build.expecting some videos.
     

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