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Scratch Build – In Progress 1 of 3 Project :: DIY Aluminum CNC (Finish Lastest update 04/09/2013)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by iD2, 11 Jul 2013.

  1. iD2

    iD2 Minimodder

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    Now my CNC Plan was finished.

    Plans contents ::
    – B.O.M (Machine 2ft x 4ft).
    – B.O.M (Machine 4ft x 4ft).
    – Machine explode views & part detail document (include 2ft x 4ft and 4ft x 4ft).
    – Reference parts detail document.
    – Assembly guide document.
    – Assembly guide video.
    – Electronic wiring diagram.
    – Mach3 config guide.
    – Aluminum 2D (DXF Files).

    iD2CNC Machine v.2.1 Specification (2ft x 4ft) ::
    – Machine working area 650mm x 1250mm
    – Machine size 1000mm x 1600mm x 700mm (width x length x height).
    – Design using metric unit (mm).
    – Dual motor and ball screw on Y Axis.

    iD2CNC Machine v.2.1 Specification (4ft x 4ft) ::
    – Machine working area 1250mm x 1250mm.
    – Machine size 1600mm x 1600mm x 700mm (width x length x height).
    – Design using metric unit (mm).
    – Dual motor and ball screw on Y Axis.

    More detail --> http://id2cnc.com/
     
  2. Hazchem

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    This is a fantastic log, thank you, I've learnt a lot. Can I ask, is there anything in the design that prevents the working area being cut down a bit to fit in a specific space, or would simply shortening everything work?
     
  3. iD2

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    For X , Y and Z+ Axis you can wiring limit switch to protect machine run out of working area but in the new design of iD2CNC v.2.1 , it doesn't have drill position to attach limit switch (It depend on user , but if user need to attach limit switch then can see some idea here --> iD2CNC Limit switch attach )

    For Z- , If you concern when the machine cut down (Z-) and will damage the table top then you can put some thin plywood , acrylic before your work piece.
     
  4. iD2

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  5. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Neat! but some of those instruction pages looked pretty intimidating.
     

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