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    Dario
    Participant

    Hello everyone,
    I would like to join the V1 family and also build a MPCNC.
    After 79 hours and 22 minutes I have now printed all parts in PLA 0.3mm layer height.

    My MPCNC will have the following work width:
    800 x 1000 x 110

    As a solution for a simple belt tension I decided for this variant:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1833934

    I read today that a Dual Stop variant should make sense. Which endstop holders can you recommend?

    I am also looking for a suitable holder for my Makita RT0700CX2J router. This router will be replaced later, but is already existing. There are some variants on Thingiverse. But I can’t decide 😀

    As last question I would like to know which board is recommended. I already built myself a 3D printer which printed the parts for the MPCNC. I used a RAMPS 1.4 with which I am satisfied.

    For the MPCNC, however, a different board should be used. I have thought of the Rambo because of the dual end stops, or does an Archim offer further advantages? Some people seem to use a MKS Rumba…

    Tomorrow I get the 25mm stainless steel conduits. Then it will go on.

     

    So that it is not so boring, here a few pictures:

    #95161

    Barry
    Participant

    At the moment, there’s no difference between rambo and archim.  I believe Ryan is migrating to all archim for near future proofing though.  So if you can swing the few extra bucks..  ?‍♂️  He also has end stop holders that replace the bearing plates.  https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2847042

    As an aside, you can emergency print the stop blocks in about 5 minutes when you forget them at home…  ?

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    Ryan
    Keymaster

    That is going to be a big machine!

    #95435

    ALB Workshop
    Participant

    Nice colors !

    cant wait to see more 🙂

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