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    Tio Dave
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    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.

    #114484

    Bill
    Participant

    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. 🙂

    #114498

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Gigantic stealth CNC, cool.

    #114499

    Tio Dave
    Participant

    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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