MPCNC from WI

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  • #71540

    Daniel
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    Here is my slightly modified 30 x 20 x 4″ MPCNC build. It has a custom control box and table. Because my carpentry skills are extremely poor the table is made out of EMT conduit and printed parts. My two attempts at making wooden tables resulted in twisted masses of lumber. The control box houses a 12V power supply, a mini rambo & LCD screen, an E-stop button, and a 15A outlet for the router and vacuum. One side of the outlet is connected to a dimmer switch for the router, the other to a toggle switch for the vacuum.

     

     

     

     

     

    #71545

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Hands down best control center design ever!

    #71552

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Agreed. That is great. Have you shared the files somewhere? I’d love to take a look at how it’s done. I really like the combination of wood and printed parts. And you’ve put a lot of neat stuff in there.

    #71554

    Daniel
    Participant

    I haven’t shared them anywhere yet but I am sure I could get them to you. Just to warn you, a few of the plastic parts didn’t fit quite right and needed to be trimmed. What file formats would work best for you? Would .STL files for the printed parts and .SVG for the wooden parts work?

    #71559

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    I haven’t shared them anywhere yet but I am sure I could get them to you. Just to warn you, a few of the plastic parts didn’t fit quite right and needed to be trimmed. What file formats would work best for you? Would .STL files for the printed parts and .SVG for the wooden parts work?

    STL and SVG would be great.

    #71560

    mulze32
    Participant

    Where in WI?

    #71573

    Dui, ni shuo de dui
    Participant

    Wow, this control box is amazing, absolutely awesome job!

    #71580

    Daniel
    Participant

    Within an hour of Wausau.

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    #71596

    Daniel
    Participant

    I put a .zip in my original post containing the parts and a few pictures that should help to make sense of them.

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    #71605

    Robert
    Participant

    I put a .zip in my original post containing the parts and a few pictures that should help to make sense of them.

    Thanks for sharing – do you have a BOM for the kill switch, toggle switch, etc ?

    #71606

    Daniel
    Participant

    I put a .zip in my original post containing the parts and a few pictures that should help to make sense of them.

    Thanks for sharing – do you have a BOM for the kill switch, toggle switch, etc ?

    I don’t have a BOM right now, but I will put one together along with some instructions.

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    #71615

    Jeffeb3
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    Thanks for the files. This is pretty great. I think you’d probably get more traction sharing it on a site like thingiverse or even github. The forums are filled with like-minded people, but if the comments stop coming in, it will sink to the bottom here. You should also consider adding a license. You automatically have copyright on content you produce like this, and technically, it’s illegal for anyone to use it, without a license.

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    #72935

    Mike Pensinger
    Participant

    The conduit table is nice! You have a link to those clamps?

    #73417

    Daniel
    Participant

    The conduit table is nice! You have a link to those clamps?

    I assume you mean the clamps the hold the conduit together. I can upload them if you would like they do have a few issues though and should really be redesigned.

    #73429

    Mike Pensinger
    Participant

    What kind of issues?

    #81398

    Robert
    Participant

    Any luck on getting the details to share a BOM ??

    #81626

    Dusan
    Participant

    Perfect control center design!

    Can you say what is inside? RAMPS+arduino+?

    #82464

    Don
    Participant

    Any chance of a seeing how everything is fit inside the control box?

    #99970

    Christopher
    Participant

    OH MY GOD!

    THAT IS GORGEOUS!!! :-O

    #100236

    Sven
    Participant

    what program did you use to make the control box? if you used fusion, i’d love to get my hands on the source since i would need to modify it for european power plugs 😀 if not i hope you dont mind if i borrow your design and make my own 🙂

     

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    #100681

    Kurt Knopp
    Participant

    Looks like the bottom of the wooden face curves up.  How thick is the wood?

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