I made this machine from a Harbor Freight milling machine, an old computer and some new stepper motors & electronics
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June 4, 2012 at 5:21 am
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That’s great!! I am a certified machinist. I know what it takes to program and create a spiral. The fact that you have accomplished that on a homemade mill is absolutely amazing. I take my hat off to you.
wow thats amazing,
you’ve created a machine that draws on a piece of wood with a pen,
you keep going at this rate and you could move up to crayons and cardboard.
you are awesome!!
Thumbs down:-/ Video About Nothing…
What kind of electeonics?
I have a 15 year old enco milli, may I convert to Cnc? Where did you get the parts,
Great minds think alike? ahahah
I have a program that has all 26 letters and 0-9 numbers… How much do you think that is worth??
I’m jealous though…
ROFLmMFAO who is this? That is EXACTLY what I would have said
thats what she said lol
Your tool is flexing a bit ; ]
how long did it take you to make this ?
The sound reminds me of an old Sci Fi movie!
They actually have class for this craps? Dude, I thought these kind of jobs pay the minimum wage. I once have a few experience at J.C. but mostly metal press. It’s kind of repetitive..like folding paper. Maybe J.C. shouldn’t have let me go..hahaha. I thought these professions are robotics/mass production fields…you know assembly language and some other crappy programming languages of the past.
easy at your home, just build it, it will cost what ever you use to make it homemade should be for challenging your self. try with an old printer
Need to make a aluminum pen holder from aluminum on a lathe Then no more bending haha
Well done! not many people could do this. A lot of people leaving school these days just seem to know how to do drugs and vandalism. Watch out for stiffness in the guideways as steppers lose torque when “sprinting”. I can remember a nasty machine fault “cranks oversize after a wheel dress” but after three or four oversize cranks the rest of the batch would be OK until the next wheel dress! Fault was neglect and rusted iron dust. Had to get makers in to avoid the lazy fitters striking!
get you cpu away from the machine the dust will destroy it
nice job mate!
nice job xD
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