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Small Portable PCB CNC Machine (CoreXY)

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by ymilord, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. ymilord

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    ymilord published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
  2. Mark Carew

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    Absolutely love the look of this machine clean and compact and cannot wait to see it in action great job thank you for sharing
     
  3. Joe Santarsiero

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    Yeah, this is pretty sweet.
    You should put it in a suitecase. :cool:
     
  4. Ronald van Arkel

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    It's a suitcase by itself Joe ;).

    I would keep the back open so you could route bigger parts by sliding it trough the machine step by step. A build-in ruler would come in handy combined with the open back.

    -Ronald o_O
     
  5. ymilord

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    Well the point of this machine is to be small. And specifically for PCBs. If I need to do anything bigger, I have a larger CNC in the garage.
     
  6. Ant

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    Looks promising, will keep an eye on this as just what I am looking for. I currently have access to a LPKF PCB miiling machine until the end of the year, but need something for home use on small board prototypes.
     
  7. Macchp

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    It's really interesting. Curious to see how you'll accommodate the PSU and the electronic controls in the suitcase.
     
  8. Indieflow

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    Nice looking design, can't wait to see more progress! Might be nice to seal the design in with clear acrylic and have a vacuum attachment port around the rear to remove the dust/particles. :D
     

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