Burly Revisions

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  • #81386

    Ian Martin
    Participant

    Hi Ryan,

    I am looking at making my 1st CNC using your superb design. I love it.

    I am looking at making a 30″x 30″x 3″ 25.4mm model using stainless steel tube I can get from work.

    Sorry if this s a question that has been asked before and answered

    Are the Fusion 360 files available – not so much that I really want to modify anything but it would me helpful to allow me to design mods etc in the future

    Many Thanks

    Ian

    #81388

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Hi, no, sorry. More info in the FAQ’s, but I do not use fusion on top of that.

    #81391

    Ian Martin
    Participant

    No problem,

    Thanks for the reply.

    Cheers

    Ian

    #106405

    Airyck Sterrett
    Participant

    My MPCNC has seen a few years of serious abuse. I moved to Phoenix from San Diego last year and between the abuse and now 115 degree garage some of my parts are starting to crack.  This would be a good time to think about an upgrade I guess :).  It’s hard to want to work in a 115 degree garage right now though. The other 9 months of the year are fine though.

     

    Thanks for the continued updates and improvements!

    Parts I ordered from you for a MP3DP V2 are arriving today! Printing parts right now for it.  If it works well I’ll probably be building a small farm of them soon. I’ll buy what I can from you to try and support your excellent work here! Thanks again!

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    #106434

    Chris
    Participant

    Hi Ryan,

    I am looking at making my 1st CNC using your superb design. I love it.

    I am looking at making a 30″x 30″x 3″ 25.4mm model using stainless steel tube I can get from work.

    Sorry if this s a question that has been asked before and answered

    Are the Fusion 360 files available – not so much that I really want to modify anything but it would me helpful to allow me to design mods etc in the future

    Many Thanks

    Ian

    Hi, use tinkercad to make modifications. its basic but easy.

    #117851

    Mark
    Participant

    Marks-MPCNC

    My wife dumped a bunch of blow up pool beds etc on the MPCNC in the garage a few months back and managed to snap the top z motor bracket and one of the feet. (Lots of eye rolling and ‘tut’ing frome me. “Thats a precision machine you know, you cant just dump stuff on it” other expletives deleted.)

    Cracked-MPCNC

    Now she needs me to finish one of her projects I was busy with which can only be done using the MPCNC bed size. Now she INSISTS that I fix it. Can you think of ANY better excuse to do a Burly upgrade? 🙂 and try out the new end stops all without being nagged (how many of those things are you going to make etc etc.)

    How to make a husband happy and not even know it.

    Thanks Ryan for the continued development and improvements.

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    #117855

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Well you better get on it. I spent most of the day yesterday in CAD. I was working on a prototype I started more than a year and a half ago….So by that math you have about a year until I have the next version. So right about the end of pool season you need to get her to do it again!

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