Dan Royer: Do you have a DXF file of this design we can try?
Yuri Sá: I sense linux in your video.
TranscenDaMental: Nice! I think you did a great job of designing this!!
Richard McMahon: Clever bugger. :-)
paul magras: Hi Roger can i have a copy of your dxf file for the cable carrier?
marshall lok: I had made similar cable carrier too using my own DIY CNC. it is working
great! I used 4mm plywood. Just good enough to function well.
SparkyBearBom: Looks good, but how does it fair with the cables in it?
Philippe S.: Bonjour, vraiment une bonne idée. Mais est-elle exploitable ??? quel est le
type de bois utilisé et son épaisseure. Merci
jammapcb: try it with molds and a A + B liquid plastic... then it would be really
Bernard de Vantier: I will have to consider making something similar when I get back to the
production of camera mount components. Can't wait to get back to designing
and making furniture and camera mounts. In South Africa ????
iHayri1: Excellent work and thank you for sharing the dxf files.
David Hartigan: That's awesome!!
jacques degres: super travail
Peter Harris: Beautiful
john doe: awesome!!!! thumbs up!
Paul Gentile: very cool more discussions here on that
Frankmali17: Great Work on this Cable Carrier...
Anyone have any experience with what material works best for this?
I was also thinking of rescaling the drawings to accommodate 3/16 or 1/4"
. do you think 3/16 Hardboard would be strong enough?
Anyone try abs Plastic?
ehu42: I'm using Sketchup 13 and the lastest SketchUCam (from fall 2013). The DXF
file is stumping me how to import. There are no faces, the inside holes are
not being recognized by the inside cut tool. Sigh. Could you upload the
sketchup file to the 3D warehouse?
John Parker: Very Nice!
Anderson Lima: Nice job. Thank you very much.
Vadinho Tpj: Excellent work! Very good indeed! CONGRATULATIONS! Thanks a lot!
DesignCutters: I have cut this design for e-chain and I'm wondering if it would be better
to use 1/4 inch thick material for the pieces that keep the assembly
together? I'm having a problem with links falling apart because the rounded
ends slip out of the keepers as the gantry moves. It was difficult knowing
how many parts to cut to produce any particular length. Somehow I wound up
with a lot extra - user error with math. I also edited the files to
accommodate Wago connectors on cable ends, and grounded plug.
Saul Goodman: how long did it took you to route all those parts
Roger Quintero: I agree. Thank you for your kind comments.
Ronald Schulz: so so sweet, i havent joined the cnczone as of yet. your cnc looks like a
version from buildcnc. one reply thought plastic might be better, yes as
long as it works ok. i was thinking just coat the mdf with paint or
something prior to cnc. or maybe plywood or mdo.again just totally cool.
izzy swan: Sweet!
Hobypyrocom: thanks man. i watched your video "Homemade DIY anti-backlash nut CNC
Upgrade" very informational and a great idea. i am building an cnc too, but
i was stuck at what sort of screw to use :) i was searching for precise
trapezoid screw but since i watched your videos now i decided to use easy
available MM screw :) thanks again your videos helped me allot, subscribed
:) what sort of drivers are you using? i can see your using bipolar motors
too, i am building my own using L297/L298N, any suggestions
snoopyboyspy: Hi Roger. Great design. what controller where you using? I didn't recognise
it in the screen shot.
Bob Ford: Can I have a copy of the DFX file as well please?
Bob Ford: Thank you!
bosnikchu: Roger, can i send to you my mail, and you send me cad or pdf file about
this ? And tell me, i see you cnc but in you cnc is not this ?
Giovanny Soto: GRACIAS ROBERT YA TENGO LOS PLANOS!!! SALUDOS DESDE MÉRIDA VENEZUELA
Giovanny Soto: podrías enviarme el archivo .tap del proyecto?
Roger Quintero: Sorry you could download the files. Please give some details about the
download error and perhaps I'll be able to help. Thanks
Roger Quintero: MDF thickness is 3/4". Thanks
Izaiaskiko: Hi, could you tell me the thickness of the MDF used in CNC machine?
Roger Quintero: See uploaded video "Testing DIY cable carrier for CNC router"
Skyburners FPV-RC: Excellent work! Planning to share your files?
NuttyforNissan: Do the sides fall off ? I like the idea this stuff is way too expensive. :)
Roger Quintero: Sorry. I think I answered incorrectly on my previous reply. I'm using
LinuxCNC with a TB6560 3 Axis board. Thanks
Roger Quintero: The files are available at the phlatforum site. Do a search for rogerquin
cable carrier. Enjoy
oakphisto: Nice elegant design, just downloaded from cnczone many thanks
Steven Montoya: Nice work, Is this cut profile available to download from somewhere or is
it possible for you to send it to me. I am working on a multicam 3000
series router. email@example.com
Roger Quintero: The file runtime is about sixteen minutes. Thanks
Roger Quintero: The files are available on the cnczone website. Search for DIY Cable
Mike Azimi: i NEVER COULD DOWNLOAD THE dxf.
John Hammond: I used ⅛" PVC for mine (different design) which should work really well for
this. Fairly inexpensive, cuts easy and it's durable.
Scott Bouchard: Brilliant, I love the fact you're making everything yourself! You'll be
winding your own motor coils next!
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