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  • #103006

    Niels P. Andersen
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    My MPCNC.

    Working area 500 x 700 x 150 mm.

     

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    #103015

    Turbinbjorn
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    Nice! What are your dimensions for the rails? What spindle do you use, and how accurate does it mill?

    #103027

    Niels P. Andersen
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    According to the Calculator, the rails are 964 x 764 x 340 mm.

    I will be using the recommended T8 spindle. It is yet to arrive in the mail.

    I have only been testing my setup with the crown test. Simply letting the pen being weighed down by the tool holder. Not ideal but enough to verify that it is working.

    I will be testing  precision once I have the remaining hardware.

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    #103029

    Turbinbjorn
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    What is the dimension of the tubes, diameter and thickness? I have yet to understand the balance between the dimensions of the steel rails of the conduit and stability of the mill..

    #103035

    Niels P. Andersen
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    25mm OD. 1.4mm wall thickness.

    I find the rails quite rigid.

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    #104353

    Niels P. Andersen
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    FINALLY!

    My lead screw arrived today, so I could do a proper test using the Crown.

    Decent result in my view.

    What do you think of the result.

    #104424

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Heck yeah, that looks great!

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    #105053

    Niels P. Andersen
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    Back panel of my control box.

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    #105838

    Niels P. Andersen
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    Finalized control box.

    The two mains outlets at the front are controllable via M80/M81 commands.

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