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    i've just had a nose on fleabay, and there are several suppliers on there selling these machines.

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    It sounds like a great idea, im not sure if i would extend the y axis like hoss did anyhow as i may be going for the 9525 which has a better x and y anyhow, as i understand that you lose a little when you cnc it. Im thinking that re-inforcing the pillar is the way to go on either model.. it is chinese after all... It would be real nice if i could just buy the carcass as im going to rip out most of the stuff thats in it any how
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    what you need is that length of table on your 260

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    what is the physical length of the 260 table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i2i View Post
    what is the physical length of the 260 table.
    The dimentions are 460 x 130
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    you could have the 460mm in x axis movement

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    It has 250mm movement on the x
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    that can be upgraded

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    Quote Originally Posted by i2i View Post
    that can be upgraded

    X is 460mm + Stepper and Gearbox @ 150mm = total 610mm

    Enclosure internal width 1010 mm

    Maximum Possible x movement 400mm..
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    it doesn't have to stay in the box

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