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    The Z axis off my machine. Swapped out for a new Z with more travel as I'm looking at needing around 250mm for some of the work I have planned. This particular design offers approx 200mm travel.

    Sturdy design with 18mm thick backplate and 20mm ecocast front plate which gives a perfectly flat surface for the spindle mount and rails. 16mm supported linear rails are used. Fitted with Nema 23 3nm motor, home switch and ballnut mounts for the Z and Y axis. No Z ballscrew but was fitted with a RM1605.

    Originally designed for Hiwin EGW-15 slides but could be easily modified to whatever you have in mind by drilling out suitable holes in the backplate. Two sets of spindle mounting holes to either the chinese 2.2kw mount or this Spindle Mount LRG CNC Kress, DeWalt Bosch using ID 43mm Kress mount.

    Can post but very heavy and will need a lot of packing. Pick up preferred (Chesterfield).

    60ono

    Here's a video of it running when it was my machine:



    And the home switch in action:



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    Last edited by Jonathan; 13-02-2013 at 05:47 PM. Reason: Sold

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    I'll take it.

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    Sorry DC, now sold.

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    D.C.'s Avatar
    Lives in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 05-01-2016 Has been a member for 4-5 years. Has a total post count of 326. Received thanks 30 times, giving thanks to others 24 times.
    Bugger.

    Was it the man with the hobnobs again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.C. View Post
    Bugger.

    Was it the man with the hobnobs again?
    How'd you guess? lol

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    Have you got plans for the machines you have??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinobiwan View Post
    Sorry DC, now sold.
    do tou have the sketch up draw or cad draw for ths with dimensions please i would be grate full if u would let me have a copy???

    see my thread

    http://www.mycncuk.com/forums/router...html#post41910
    richard armstrong

    building 8x4 cnc all rounder, 2nd build.... major headache....LOL

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