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sim cnc

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sim cnc by ironman Dec 12, 2012
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simpel cnc machine
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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

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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?


there are skp files in download sketchup

Find an extended Version of the motorholder at


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

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!