1. Hello,

    I've been reading this forum for a long time and i thought to introduce myself. My name is Matt and I come from Slovenia. Almost a year ago i had a big wish to make myself a cnc for milling mostly aluminium. I had zero experiences with cnc world but i was determined to build myself a cnc. I started to design it and here is what came out:

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    It is not complete yet since i am planing to close it completely if it shows necessary. So, from render to reality, here is the latest pic how far i came:

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    Mechanical parts are basically all put together except some missing bellows and protective sheets of metal. What comes next is electronic where my knowledge is very very limited. With big help of JAZZCNC i decided what is the best option to run this machine. I went with 400W servos and CSlab controller. When all is done i will try to introduce it in build forum.

    Thanks for reading.

    Best regards,

    Matt.

  2. #2
    Hi Matt and welcome

    Great to see so many people from all over the world on this forum.

    Machine looks really promising - I'm working on a twin beam gantry with box Z so would be very interested in your build log with lots of pictures when you are ready

    Great work so far and if Dean has been giving pointers you should be well on your way
    Building a CNC machine to make a better one since 2010 . . .
    MK1 (1st photo), MK2, MK3, MK4

  3. #3
    That looks like a good solid build, i would really appreciate a build log for this one.
    How extensive are your workshop facilities, i am limited to a centre lathe.
    Nice work
    Regards
    Mike

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Husky1 View Post
    What comes next is electronic where my knowledge is very very limited. With big help of JAZZCNC i decided what is the best option to run this machine.
    Schematic is nearly finished Matt so get the soldering Iron fired up and let the Fun begin.!

  5. #5
    Great looking machine. Very wise decision on the servos
    project 1 , 2, Dust Shoe ...

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  7. Thank you guys for positive feedback. I hope the machine will do it's job properly and as i imagined. It's not far away the day when i will find out.

    mekanik: i have 4mx2.5m room.

    JAZZCNC: Locked and loaded

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