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sim cnc

by ironman, published

sim cnc by ironman Dec 12, 2012

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simpel cnc machine update electronic schema

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there are skp files in download sketchup
hello Ironman
it's possible to have the 2 X axis supports 240mm height + the top?

do you have the iges file to modify?

thanks!

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alu 20 x 20 or wood 20 x 20 nema 17 stepper arduino mini stepsticks 3 x rod 8 mm m8 studs m6 studs lm8uu 7 x https://github.com/grbl/grbl/wiki https://github.com/zapmaker/GrblHoming/downloads http://russemotto.com/xloader/

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hello Ironman
it's possible to have the 2 X axis supports 240mm height + the top?

do you have the iges file to modify?

thanks!
there are skp files in download sketchup
Find an extended Version of the motorholder at

guenther-sohler.net/stl/motorholder.stl

It stabilizes the long axis of the proxxon tool shaft.
i plan to build one. Is there a detailled part list ?
Very nice design. I was wondering if I might be able to ask you what the part is for the center, cylindrical, internally-threaded pipe is (DSC00237.jpg). The only part that I can find that is similar has a hexagonal profile to it. Did you mill it down to a cylinder? Just curious, as it continues to be a piece that I'm unable to find. Thanks for posting!
Hi, nice project, i have start printing them, have you finished?
Is this up and running yet? Any further instructions or
updates?
update electronic schema
'updateNANO'......great job! i will try to make this board soon...
Cant wait for this to get further :D.. Cannot wait :D
Very interesting. I hope you can show us more.
NIce - just add a GRBL shield to an Arduino and control of three steppers is a breeze
Looks pretty cool. When do you think you'll have it running? Keep us up to date!
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