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Help needed Ashraf Rizk resizing

by rickey1990

Help needed!!! Hi just wondering if anyone can help, I saw a remix for the MPCNC by Ashraf Rizk aka dude9001. I am wanting to print the newer MPCNC and use some of his 3d files to make a really cheap 3d printer, however his hole sizes are 23.5mm, pretty much impossible to get in the UK, so i need to resize the lower4.obj file https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1337765/#files and the extruder mount https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1500668 to 25MM.

Im hoping with these files redone and a simple ramp 1.4 MOD to have a under £200 large dual extruder printer, all parts from aliexpress, heres how to modify the ramp 1.4 to turn the cnc into a 3d printer.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0FrqQK-7VK8MUdVVDNJOUZMR0k
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0FrqQK-7VK8cWtzbjBmVUpYWHc

A Remix of the MPCNC 3/4" (Based on the old parts)
Stronger Better Dual E3D V6 mount for MPCNC 3/4" Conduit
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Best extruder mount

by AaronMandemaker

Dear,

Wat is the best option to mount a mk8 style extruder for the mpcnc new version?, couldn't find much on thingiverse.
So how did you mount them or what is the best option you have seen?

MvG aaron

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Electric info

by AaronMandemaker

Dear tingys,

I would like to build the MPCNC 525, but i couldn't find ifo about the electronics for the MPCNC.
So I would like to know ik somebody of u had a electrical drawing for the MPCNC.

Sincerly,

Aaron

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Working size vs rail length?

by servant74

If I want to print or mill or engrave something 2 feet ( or 610mm or whatever) long, how long do the metal tubes (rails, this term is carried over from other projects I have looked into) need to be to allow the working area to be that big?

This is to figure the size of an area I need to have this do what I need before I get started on the build. So, I have studded the Mechmate.org machine, and it is about 2 feet wider and longer than the cutting area. (To cut a 4x8 sheet of plywood, the machine takes about 6x10 footprint on the shop floor).

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