Thread: Sherline 2000 CNC Mill
I absolutely love this machine, and it will stay even when i get the bigger bench top from SPG.
Thanks for the comments
Glad to hear that. In a disposable world, I have things I expect to chuck away, and stuff, that well, I don't really own, I am just the keeper for the time being!
TomSherline lathe, Chester DB11V lathe, Myford/ Rodney mill, CNC mill Isel/ home made, Sealy Hack Saw, Meddings Pillar drill.
OK this is going up for sale tonight! With everything!
£600 takes it
PM me if your interested!
So i did these plaques for a mate, not overly happy with them.
I did 45 degree hatching with the engraving and it has steps in it.
im using a 90 degree spot drill for this as i was advised it would be ok.
spindle speed: 2800
Feed: 120 MMPM
3hrs 40 mins to complete... (forever)
Anybody have any suggestions on how to do this quicker? Also would the 10k sherline pulley set be better for me
Broke it, gonna be a while till i can get a replacement sent from the US
On another note, ive moved into a proper unit now and got all my stuff setup...
Thinking about a bigger mill PCNC1100 or something like that! unfortunatly has to be single phase but ill keep looking
Would you guys class this as commercial cnc mill?
Would it be able to do small production runs continually?
I wouldn't class it as a commercial mill, but it's about the best desktop single phase (run off a 13amp plug) mill out there.
i've run my triac continuously for 16 hours with only a short break, and that was for me.
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