View Full Version : My CNC router MK4 F360 CAD files

29-03-2022, 08:43 PM
Quite some time ago I posted the CAD files (Fusion 360 format) for my own design CNC router on a website with a small charge. I had quite a few downloads but after a while the orders stopped so I removed the files from the site as it cost me a small fee to host them each month.

Recently I've had a few people asking if there was a way they could get hold of them, and I didn't really want to create an account on that site again for a few downloads, so I've been thinking about how best to do it. I didn't really want to get into personal emails and fielding requests that way as I barely get time each week for this hobby.

If you missed the original build series (set to 'music') it is here:


This is the machine:

So I've decided just to give them away for free as open source, and I'll leave it up to you if want to donate to something like the British Red Cross Ukraine to help with humanitarian efforts. They have a PayPal link on their site, if you would like to do that. Lee, if this is a problem I can take this bit out.

It is in Fusion360 format
The parts were imported from another CAD program so there is no design history
I can't make modifications or design changes, it is just provided as it is
It only contains the main structural items, no fixings or wiring etc.
I don't have a parts list or walk through but the motors, ballscrews, spindle etc. are all standard sizes - obviously there are a lot of custom parts too
There are no drawings, just the CAD file

Sorry about the delay in getting this uploaded but we got there in the end, and many thanks to Lee for sorting it all out.

If you would like to download the Fusion360 CAD file for my Mk4 CNC machine then please click this link:

11-04-2022, 08:17 AM
Hi Lee,

My PMs and emails don't seem to be getting through (?) so I've put the file on dropbox against your web email address. You should be able to download it from here:


Let me know if it works, and if possible drop it in the post above ?

Then I'll get the video done and point people here.


25-04-2022, 06:49 AM
Sorry to bump this. You mentioned you have the file, is it uploaded to the site somewhere? Thanks

28-04-2022, 05:21 PM
@routercnc - had a look today and I can make new threads at least!

Gmail for the files is [email protected]

Believe you should be able to reply to this thread as well, let me know if this gets through to you!

Thank you again sir!

29-04-2022, 07:36 PM
@Drivenba - good to finally catch you here, as you can see I've got the file linked in the forum downloads in post #1 above. So by all means scroll back up and try that and then delete your temporary email above to stop spam. Have fun . . . !

29-04-2022, 08:35 PM
Got it, thanks so much sir! Actually think I'll stick around this forum as well, lots of very interesting stuff here!

Really appreciate all of your help as well! Have a great weekend!

Lee Roberts
29-04-2022, 10:21 PM
Hi Guys,

I've now lifted the restrictions that had been placed on the Open Source forum section, at the time someone (cant remember who, I think it was a member of the forum staff) suggested that this area shouldn't be open to reply's or discussion but rather used as just a repository...

30-04-2022, 08:44 AM
Hi Lee. Thanks for your help. I’m good either way and you can delete all except post 1 if you want to keep it tidy for future visitors.