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    Here is some more for Andrewg as promised. Is there such a thing as CNC porn?

    Projects to date shown tomorrow

    Dean, the marketing bill is in the post!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilsbury View Post
    Here is some more for Andrewg as promised. Is there such a thing as CNC porn?

    Projects to date shown tomorrow

    Dean, the marketing bill is in the post!
    Mark, or is that Mr. Spielberg whichever you're a super star. The best bit for me was the credits, made me chuckle. . . . The cheque is in the post.
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

    Email: dean@jazzcnc.co.uk

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  4. #13
    Very nice, Have fun with it ��

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    Thanks Pilsbury, love the trailer can't wait for the show proper to start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAZZCNC View Post
    Erm, I'm struggling to see any correlation Kit other than both use Steel and water-cooled spindle.?
    Dean,
    I was, as usual, being slightly facetious, your standards and mine are very different for good reasons. But the key point I had in mind is...

    I can't see this for certain but it looks like the fixed rails, leadscrews and motors on each side are all fixed to a single beam which allows adjustment of the rail spacing without upsetting the relative alignment of those elements. It also makes the machine simpler to disasemble for transport and instalation without upsetting the alignment, a factor which would be important if the workshop is in an attic as this one looks like it might be from the photographs, though I wouldn't want to carry 400Kg up the stairs, even in several pieces and I certainly wouldn't want to sleep in the bedroom directly underneath it!

    I built my new steel framed machine in this way after having endless problems getting everything lined up all at once on the last of my wood and MDF versions.

    Pilsbury,
    Brilliant video! I also like the credits, though you might be in trouble for leaving out "Post Production Catering - Wife" if you have one and she brought you a cup of tea during the editting.
    An optimist says the glass is half full, a pessimist says the glass is half empty, an engineer says you're using the wrong sized glass.

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    if the workshop is in an attic as this one looks like it might be from the photographs,
    It looks to me be put in a timber shed with panels on the internal framing and a window in the left hand side. Very nice machine though
    ..Clive
    The more you know, The better you know, How little you know

  8. #17
    Looks great, the machine and the movie.

    Now can you remove it immediately, I am trying to get on the waiting list for a machine myself and I don`t want too much competition !!!

    Ollie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clive S View Post
    It looks to me be put in a timber shed with panels on the internal framing and a window in the left hand side. Very nice machine though
    Failed to notice the window first time round. A far more sensible interpretation.

    I agree, it's a very nice machine. You can see how years of experience have resulted in a design that makes efficient use of material and simplified construction without compromising quality. If I ever build another router I'm going to trawl the forum for every picture of a recent Jazzcnc machine and study them carefully.
    An optimist says the glass is half full, a pessimist says the glass is half empty, an engineer says you're using the wrong sized glass.

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    Yes, it is indeed a shed. Although the base is solid, slabs, 4x2, boards and ply on top, the machine still wobbles a bit as itís doing itís thing due to the weight and swift movements. A job for the future is to move it, cut through the shed base, dig down and fill holes with concrete so the 4 legs each have their own solid pad.

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    Ah, and I was thinking of putting my machine on industrial castors so it could be easily moved forward for 'pass through' jobs. Maybe I should be considering how I bolt it's stand to the wall of my shed for great ridgidity instead!?

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