Thread: Beavermill conversion to CNC
After painting this is the result.
Here are all the motors and the finished flange
Now the spindle is assembled with new bearings and new paint.
The motor is put on.
And this is the result of all this work.
Okay I hoop you can find something useful in it .
Until the next set of foto's are ready.
Kind regards ,
That looks terrific Andre :)
(now you've finished using that old Maho, could you just pop it in jiffy bag and post it to me? )
Amazing piece of work Andre.:tup:
as a beginner I can only watch on in awe and try and learn something from your build log.
keep up the great work,can't wait to see the finished result....
more videos please:naughty:
I cant wait to see the result myself.
Super work there Andre. What control board are you using from your PC to the servo drives? i see you are using a pokeys for plenty of IO.
They told me it was an standard breakout board but I now not much of electronic and I have a friend who does that for me.
Hello guys (girls),
Here we are again.
It's been a while and in the meanwhile I got for my birthday an upgrade for my OneCNC cam module and got the Expert license now.
So now I can do everything in 3d ,designing and machining.
I'm so full of joy .
Experience is the sum of stupidities you have done.
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