Thread: Y axis anyone?

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  2. 35mm dia... good for a mill table replacement screw, much too big for a CNC router, you'd waste too much motor torque on screw inertia to get any reasonable speeds... and 10mm pitch might need gearing down too

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    Can't see the relevance of the link.
    It's a screw for the Y or Z on a large servo driven machine hence 35mm diameter and 10mm pitch.
    Reserve not met auction from a dealer who's known for not giving anything away.

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    Again Why the random S**T? Its not really helping anyone is it, and I would consider a Y Axis to comprise of linear rails with mounts, ball screw and possibly a motor. NO ?

    Sorry Mods,

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    Are you looking to buy this George? Note that the far end does not appear to be machined, but it might be the angle of the photo.
    Building a CNC machine to make a better one since 2010 . . .
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