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    Tio Dave


    Waiting for the set of parts to print.

    Started assembling. 4×4 was a bit larger than expected. 1″ steel pipe was used instead of conduit.

    Cut pipes to size for 3×3.

    Attached to base.

    Steppers, timing belts and wiring

    designed a new cable chain mounting for Z and installed the other cable chains.

    Welded up a base. It’s a bit overkill. I wanted something stable and able to upgrade to plasma.

    mounted on the table. angle iron base with corner height adjustments. the couch and armoire must go. I need to rotate 90 to move the cable chains to the back.


    A few more things left to do.



    Looking good so far. The heavier tubes will likely mean you won’t be quite able to pull the fastest speeds out of it without mucking a bunch with acceleration and jerk settings, but as long as you keep to sane speeds it should work just fine. 🙂



    Gigantic stealth CNC, cool.


    Tio Dave

    I don’t mind slower speeds. As long as it does the job.


    Gigantic Stealth MPCNC – Thanks for your work and the offical naming of my mpcnc :p.

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