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  1. #111
    We expect some visitors in about one hour but I manage to paint the CNC bench today black and the sides where the Y axis extrusions are going to rest... yellow.
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  2. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickhofen View Post
    Hi Robert.
    I am planning to drill and tap ,the aluminum angle is 5.5 mm thick and made from hard aluminium,if that option fail I am going to use the T nuts.
    I wish a Happy New Year for you and your family!
    Happy New Year to all members of this forum!!
    Sounds like a plan ;)

    I wish you a happy new year aswell, forget the machine and spend it with the family ;)

    Opa!

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  4. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickhofen View Post
    We expect some visitors in about one hour but I manage to paint the CNC bench today black and the sides where the Y axis extrusions are going to rest... yellow.
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    Looking sweet! Yellow and black go good together :D

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  5. #114
    Yellow and black is a cool commination and maches with my bandsaw and thickness planer I have .lol!
    Also those are the colors of the football team my son support, the colors i choose is a surprise for him!

  6. #115
    I am ready to pull the trigger and order 4x Nema 23 4NM from cnc4you.co.uk , any preferences for a breakout board from there and maybe for drivers?
    Or what ever I can order all in once so I wont pay the shipping cost twice, thanks!

  7. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickhofen View Post
    I am ready to pull the trigger and order 4x Nema 23 4NM from cnc4you.co.uk , any preferences for a breakout board from there and maybe for drivers?
    Or what ever I can order all in once so I wont pay the shipping cost twice, thanks!
    Personally I did not like their electronics. Nothing seemed like a bargain :)
    Have you thought about motion controllers or/and BOBs?
    Was thinking of getting pulleys from there but when I ordered they didnt have htd pulleys. Dont know if they have them now?

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  8. #117
    Breakout board is in the list, pulleys is a good idea, I just check and see that they have some!
    Thanks!

  9. #118
    When you measure the depth of nut housing bracket for ordering your screws, remember that the tapering stops 3 to 4 mm before the maximum depth.
    I realize that a little bit late but the fix was easy...
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  11. #119
    And here is a useful article for guys who do not know (me), how to assembly the ballscrew with the BF and BK bearing blocks!

    http://www.hobbycncaustralia.com.au/...1Ballscrew.htm
    Last edited by Nickhofen; 08-01-2018 at 05:23 PM.

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  13. #120
    You will probably dislike my advice ..
    Which is unfortunate, since it is excellent and will help You a lot.

    All, absolutely all cnc and mills/routers/machines depend on rigidity.
    A common error using linear guides is comparing the max strength of a linear guide to actual work, or load.

    A typical old manual lathe, 11-12", has 50 metric tons "strength".
    But cutting loads are 50-100 kgf.

    The reality is that modern machine tools are about 2% loaded at max vs strength.

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