jameslee522: what did you use to cut all your pieces for your cnc. Also how do you
adjust the bearings for play?
kamilino1: This is very beautiful work!!!!
Saul Goodman: Hey is the driver board reasonable or does it burn quickly because I am
interested on one of those but lots of people dont get them to work or say
they burn out
Saul Goodman: @Rogerquin Oh Nice and thanks for the reply I am planing on building one of
these machines for my senior project and dont know much about them and I
saw a package with the driver board and stepper motors and power supply for
a good price
kram242: Very cool Roger! Thank you for sharing this :D Not sure if you are aware
but there is a new version of the SketchUcam (Phlatscript) available on the
Phlatforum com. It allows for overhead and safe Z travel. As well as a
plugin Phlat3D that will produce 3D carvings from Sketchup files! :D Check
out it Thanks again Mark and Trish Phlatboyz
CxC2007: Did you tryed PCB routing yet?
keith howlette: Nice machine looks very well made. What size is it and what steppers have
you used. I've all ready built a CNC hot wire foam cutter and I'm looking
to build a cnc router next. Are the skateboard bearings easy to setup and
get rolling without any binding. Thanks Keith
LWJCarroll: Roger...the MDF the machine is made from, looks to be 1"
Roger Quintero: It does look fairly thick in the video. But it's actually 3/4" thick. Thanks
aus10eww: How accurate is your machine
Roger Quintero: The steppers are nema 23 189 oz torque. Approx size is 26"x42". The bearing
setup is easy as long as you have some type of tension adjustment. Thanks
ThinkSchematics: Are you still using Google SketchUp? If so can you do a video about that,
right now I am trying to find good software, and I am trying out CamBam.
Lyden Briffa: nice work man
Fly3DMon: Nice work. I'm sure the guys on the Phlatforum would like to see how you
have used the Phlatscript with your machine.
David Gross: what brand of driver? I am building one got it to a point where I need the
motors and driver...but there's alot out there to choose from I am using a
jgro plan I modified
Kit Hygh: What are you using as motor couplers? I've had poor luck with 1/4" inner
diameter vinyl tubing with hose clamps, right now with some ridgid delrin
that allows no misalignment so i've had to leave my motor mounts slightly
loose.. :( Yours look like an intersting aluminum tubing arrangement?
Rafael Aguilar: Nice Machine!!! What torque are those steppes?
Shrimps: Thanks man, I appreciate the feedback. The reason I was able to get sales is because I offer rare shrimps for sale. Not many other online place is willing to take the risk at shipping high priced shrimps. That is my way of earning online.
First cut on my homemade DIY CNC Router from start to finish5
out of 5