View Full Version : FOR SALE: 4 Axis CNC with Kress 1050 FME & Computer etc

25-02-2012, 03:41 PM
Hello everyone,
The time has come unfortunately to sell my kit. It's no longer earning its keep so up for grabs is my complete 4 axis machine.
I also have this listed on ebay AUCTION LINK HERE (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CNC-Machine-Router-4-Axis-Kress-1050-Ballscrew-/320856211199?pt=UK_BOI_Building_Materials_Supplies _Carpentry_Woodwork_ET&hash=item4ab4853eff#ht_1873wt_1343).
Im looking for offers in the region of 2650 for the lot if anyone is interested?
Any questions, I will try my best to answer them!
Pictures at bottom of listing....There are more images on the ebay listing if you are interested.
Sorry but I would like to sell the whole lot in one lump as I dont have the time to sell everything individually.

Machine Dimensions:
Total Footprint: 1005mm x 1080mm
Bed Size: 795mm x 1000mm
Cutting area: approx 630mm x 880mm (plus 120mm if using overhang)
Height from floor to bed: 310mm
Total machine height: 950mm

Motor Specifications:
4no. Nema 23 stepper motors (76mm x 57mm) Click here for spec
All necessary cables & connectors

4th Axis:
Heavy duty cast rotary axis for machining horizontal items such as bannisters etc.
I have never got around to making use of this component (or learn how to use it) but I have checked that it works.
The Z-Axis is adjustable to allow for clearance of the rotary 4th axis

Kress 1050 FME Click here for spec
-The Kress cutter can run at 6 speeds and automatically adjusts force to the resistance of the material being cut
Includes the following additional components:
-5no. collets: 3mm, 6mm, 8mm, 1/8" & 1/4" Click here for spec
-3no. Collet nuts Click here for spec Click here for spec
-6mm flute cutting bit
-8mm tri blade flute cutting bit
-1/4" V-cutting bit
-Set of fine etching bits ideal for detail work

I have upgraded the X & Y axis lead screws fairly recently with quality ball screws for extra precision, the Z axis lead screw runs on a nylon nut.

Power Supply & controller:
Controller board mounted in a metal casing for connection of all four axis connections.
24V power supply with all cables and connections
The control board & power supply are housed in a plastic container to protect them from dust. The container has two fans connected to the PCto keep them cool and away from dust.

PC & Software:
Keyboard & Wireless Mouse
Standard windows PC with Mach 3, V-Carve Pro as well as Vectric Cut 3D & Cut 2D software installed and ready to go.

Additional Items:
Spanner for changing cutting bits
3-in-1 oil for ongoing lubrication of parts
2 additional spindle mounts for routers with collar diameters of 52mm and 62mm.


25-02-2012, 11:57 PM
Ha ha love the tupper ware control box. . . .Classic..:dance:

John S
26-02-2012, 12:21 AM
I was quite impressed with the unsupported rails on the Y instead of a beam.

26-02-2012, 12:24 AM
Hi are those 12mm precision ballscrews? it's a little bit blurry.

26-02-2012, 12:42 AM
I was quite impressed with the unsupported rails on the Y instead of a beam.

Sure I've seen a similar machine recently.? . . . . Maybe this is MK1. .:joker:

26-02-2012, 08:42 AM
Sure I've seen a similar machine recently.? . . . . Maybe this is MK1. .:joker:

dont know what you mean.:rofl::rofl:

26-02-2012, 08:12 PM
same cutting bed size as mine but a tad over priced me thinks:lmao:

love the Tupperware also