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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by blterry1, Feb 28, 2018.

  1. blterry1

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    blterry1 published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
  2. devloop

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    That cutting bed is the way to go!
     
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  3. Scotty Orr

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    Nice build! I like the traveling C-beams. Can't wait to see it in action. Good luck in the contest!
     
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  4. blterry1

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    I think it'll come in handy for some t-slot style clamps. And it was way way cheaper this way than the pre-made fixture plates I've seen online.
     
  5. blterry1

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    Thanks! I had lots of doubts about posting it because I hadn't shown it to anyone else, so it means a lot to be hearing good feedback from the OB community.
     
  6. pek

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    Very nice build, looks simple and efficient. I love when there is such a well detailed manual! Good luck for the contest :)

    Do you know approximately the cutting surface?
     
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  7. blterry1

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    Thanks! If I remember right, it should be about 850mmx850mm in X and Y. Z has a 250mm travel, but that's going to depend on router size and placement and the thickness of the spoil board and material.

    I'll update the build with the specs once I know for sure.
     

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