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Scratch Build – In Progress 2 of 3 Project :: CNCB (CNC Controller Box) , Finish 18/09/2013

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by iD2, 4 Sep 2013.

  1. iD2

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    Welcome!!!​


    See all project at my blog here :: iD2CNC.wordpress.com

    Project No. :: 2 ,(2 of 3)
    Project Name :: iD2CNCB v.1.0
    Project Description :: This project i will make CNC Enclosure box and put PC Component into same enclosure (include 15" LCD Monitor) .

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    Specification ::
    Dimension :: 540x390x320mm (WxHxD)

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    Incoming 3rd project ::

    Project No. :: 3 ,(3 of 3)
    Project Name :: [GT] Carbide Series
    Project Concept :: It not just system , it your Style
    Project Description :: This project i will go to an acrylic PC case. I design it to transparent both side and font panel to show what's your style inside or how your style inside.
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    Hope you like it.

    PS. I'm not good in English , If i make you confuse please feel free to ask me.
     
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  2. iD2

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    Start cutting aluminum profile

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  3. iD2

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    Left Panel cutting.

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  4. dynamis_dk

    dynamis_dk Grr... Grumpy!!

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    Fantastic work, very keen to see a few 'in action' videos again of the CNC cutting the panels for the case.

    Always loved how a lot of CNC designers build a smaller machine which they then use to cut parts to build a bigger machine - and it goes on and on lol.

    Will keep an eye on this log too as the CNC machine one was great :)
     
  5. iD2

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    Thank you, some parts already finished cut i'll take some video of font panel cutting soon.
     
  6. iD2

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    Right panel cutting finished.

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  7. dynamis_dk

    dynamis_dk Grr... Grumpy!!

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    What type of cutter do you use? RPM? The cuts are so clean!
     
  8. iD2

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    I use
    Endmill = 3mm 4 Flute
    Spindle speed = 18000 RPM
    Deep of cut = 2mm
    Cutting speed = 500 mm/minute
     
  9. Furball Zen

    Furball Zen Shut up and Mod

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    Wish i could buy a CNC flat packed from you :D
     
  10. iD2

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    Sorry for not update progress because my storage HDD was dead and it cause my windows problem and it can not boot , i need to install new windows and try to get my data from my storage HDD back.

    OK, update my progress now.

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  11. iD2

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    :D
     
  12. iD2

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    Big update. Start assembly most of all components but still need to finish font left panel , font right panel and back panel too.

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  13. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Awesome!:D
     
  14. dynamis_dk

    dynamis_dk Grr... Grumpy!!

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    Outstanding work... only one very minor criticism because I'm picky :p

    Where you have the 3 connectors for power (http://id2cnc.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/id2cnc-assemblyenclosure-14.jpg?w=640), given the tooling you have access to I personally would have cut the holes to allow the mounting tabs to be on the inside of the case so externally you don't see the mounting tabs, just the socket for the power to fit flush with the case... like it said tho - I'm picky lol
     
  15. iD2

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    Sorry for reply late just got an accident with my finger.

    For 3 connector ,i need to split every tool i use because if it don't need to use something i can turn it off and why i'm not hide mounting tabs because i don't need to working with both side of acrylic and i need to finish it as soon as i can but your advice was good i'll do it in next project.

    If i make you confuse please feel free to ask me , i'm not good in English
     
  16. Burnout21

    Burnout21 Is the daddy!

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    Really loving this project.
     
  17. iD2

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    Sorry for nothing update for a couple week , i got an accident with my finger from knife and it need to surgery.
    So i can't do it as normal but i'm try to finish and i'll do it as i can.

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  18. iD2

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    Finish power wiring and finish assembly.

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  19. iD2

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    sorry for image quality. (If i can find my camera stand i'll update new picture)

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    Holy ****, that's just amazing.
     

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