Thread: Beavermill conversion to CNC
Tip; always align the workpiece properly .
Tip; My way of making a part is not the only way there are many ways to get the result you want. This is only one of them.
The rest of the pictures are coming soon.
Here are the latest photo's of this part
And even more photo's .
And then finished part.
Hope you have enjoyed yourself while watching the part growing.
Kind regards ,
Now just wait for the next parts.
superb photos, but that is not a machine you are building ... it's a work of art!!Tim G-C
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Looking great Andre !.Me
great pictures of build keep up the good work..
you have inspired me into buying a milling machine,just picked up a parkson 2n mill with lot of collets and cutters,machine was still wired up and working when i bought it.
have you ever heard of this make and are they any good??
it has a horizontal spindle as well as a vertical spindal could i fit a small lathe chuck to this to do small turning jobs??
as i am a novice to machining any help would be appreciated
it looks like it is a good solid machine.(pictures???)
And if you have questions about how to make stuff just ask if we can help we will do so if possible.
Kind regards ,
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