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This video is part 1 in a 4 part series on building a new CNC Router. This video covers the design and components that I have decided on using. Link to the playlist with the rest of the build videos: 🤍 This has been a massive project for me, I started it over a year ago and it has taken the whole of lock down to get to this point. I hope you enjoy it! Loads of people have asked for the CAD files. I was planning on releasing the finished CAD with the last video as I am regularly updating it as I make changes to the design but since so many people are asking here is a link to the unfinished CAD: 🤍 The design is not finished yet, still lots to add, and I'm not sure if the link will update as I update the design, but a final version will be included in the last video. Intro: (0:00) Why build a new machine?: (0:35) The Design: (3:35) CAD: (6:48) Components: (7:55) Cost breakdown: (10:18) Please consider supporting me on Patreon for early access to videos and to help keep quality content like this coming: 🤍 Check out my instagram for more updates: 🤍 All music was used with permission from the creator and is royalty free.
#creativethink #cnc #cnc machine i am show about making powerful cnc machine. the machine based on working Arduino programs. the cnc engraving machine curving wood and aluminum materials. - Components Link : 1. 2040 Aluminum Profile 🤍 2. 2080 Aluminum Profile 🤍 3. Aluminum L Angle 🤍 4.Bolt Nut (M8) 🤍 5. Bolt Nut (m5) 🤍 6. Bearing (8mm) 🤍 7. Leadscrew (10mm) 🤍 8. Stepper Motor And Driver 🤍 9. shaft Couple (8mm to 10mm) 🤍 10. Bearing (10mm) 🤍 - Facebook Page: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍
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We designed and built our own DIY homemade industrial grade CNC milling machine to use for personal projects. This homebuilt machine is made from epoxy granite and has an 8 horse power spindle, servo motors all around, and an automatic tool changer. The machine weighs over 3000kg and works perfectly. All designs are my own and 100% original. We built this machine to help us produce better quality molds for our homemade plastic injection machine. Building this DIY CNC machine at home taught us a lot about milling machines as well as the physics at play, and we hope you find this video enlightening as well. Enjoy and post your questions 😃 Ways To Support Our Channel: Merchandise: 🤍 Become A Member: 🤍 Follow Us On Instagram: 🤍 Other Cool Machines We Built: We built a CNC Machine 🤍 We built a Wire EDM 🤍 We built an EDM Sinker 🤍 We built a Plastic Injection Machine 🤍 We built an Anodizing Setup 🤍 We built CNC Router 🤍 #CNC #machineshop #DIY #epoxy #mill #engineering #machine
Hello friends, in this video series i'll be making a small benchtop CNC router for hobby works. You will find all the measurements and material names at the end of the part 2.
CNC Etch-A-Sketch! Probably as good a project as any to get a handle on the basics. Very basics. Tentatively, the big picture is this: Part 1: CNC hardware / electronics / wiring Part 2: Software, setup and calibration 🤍 Part 3: Machine Design Music: "Sally Goodin" & "Reuben's Train" - Nat Keefe with The Bow Ties
Thanks for watching! Like, comment, subscribe! follow me on Instagram: 🤍 FAQ: *How much did it cost? I hope to finnish it under 10K. The grounded steel plates where a big part of the cost. So if you have access to a big mill or surface grinder. you can reduce that price a lot *How long did it take: I made it in 5 months, on and off. between stuff *Would I recommend building your own cnc mill? No, only if you like really like to build one, not just own one. *Whats that drill? It's a magdrill. It sticks with a electro magnet to the surface your drilling in. Its a great tool for stuff like this but has somewhat limited use. *Whats up with the plc? Thats just a siemens powersupply :) *CAD file: fusion 360 file: 🤍 (Warning: It's more an initial sketch than a complete plan. I did a lot of changes when i started to build this) *Parts: bt30 spindle and servos are bought an aliexpress 35mm rails (Hiwin) + 25mm ballscrews /5mm pitch (ISEL) bought with a local supplier. Flat grounded plates: came from misumi controler: edingcnc iCNC600 music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Sonata no. 11, K. 331 Performer: European Archive (public domain recording) 🤍
DIY CNC Milling machine build. My objective for this project was to design and build a CNC milling machine without the need for any machining of the parts. Ordinarily, building a mill requires a much bigger mill to get the axis surfaces flat and parallel. By using aluminium tool plate (which is in theory pre-machined flat) and bolting the critical components rather than welding, it should be possible to avoid any machine work. After all, I'm building a mill because I don't have one! Linear rails and ball screws are the cheap Chinese 20mm style that you can find on eBay etc.
The CNC has a half sheet of plywood cut capacity with a maximum thickness allowance of 6". The entire unit cost under $900 to make. A free set of plans and cost breakdown analysis (with links to every product used) is available for download on my website DIYBuilds.ca Support DIY Builds on Patreon: 🤍 Buy a T-shirt to support the channel: 🤍 Visit my website for free plans and see viewer builds: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 #DIY #Woodworking #CNC
After way too long incredibly satisfying build process it's time to test the IndyMill! After finishing cable management I put my new CNC to a lot of tests with various materials and different settings. Files, parts, everything else: 🤍 My store: 🤍 Parts list: 🤍 Build Instruction: 🤍 Support my projects on Patreon → 🤍 It was a long journey! I am happy and sad at the same time that it's the end of this project :( But wait, is it? Of course not, it's just the beginning, so many materials to test, so many things to make and so many ideas. I hope you enjoyed the series and that you will follow my new projects, there is some exciting stuff coming up! As always any feedback is highly appreciated :D #diycnc #indymill #cnc
Building a benchtop cnc from 8020 extruded aluminium, and some salvaged parts. This one is stepper motor driven. In this part I construct and assemble the Y axis Metal cutting saw used in video provided by Evolution Power Tools: 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 Business enquiry please email: bellevuewoodshop🤍gmail.com Some tools I use (Affiliate Links) Any purchases supports my channel and content creation. Thanks Makita cordless Power drill: 🤍 Makita cordless impact driver: 🤍 Makita cordless Circular saw: 🤍 Makita ROS: 🤍 Makita track saw: 🤍 Festool kapex mitersaw: 🤍 4 Piece countersinks: 🤍 12" Diablo combination table saw blade: 🤍 Mirka Abranet sanding discs: 🤍 Audio video equipment: Video Camera: Panasonic HC-X920: 🤍 Soundcard: PreSonus AudioBox 22VSL: 🤍 Bundle w/Audiobox 22VSL and Studio One software (DAW): 🤍 Studio Mic: Marshall MXL 990: 🤍
Making a big 'industrial performance' CNC router, that will hopefully mill metals too. This CNC machine needs to earn its place in the workshop, so the plan is to make something that can cut 8 x 4 ft sheets and flatten big chainsaw milled slabs, as well as machine aluminum and steel parts. Making the unorthodox gantry video: 🤍 Casting and making the z-axis video: 🤍 The washing machine speed control circuit video is here: 🤍 More videos on the CNC on our other channel FE4SuperNerds - 🤍 If you would like to have a play with the 3D model of this machine you can get it if you buy us a coffee here: 🤍 Metalized epoxy guide: 🤍 The spindle motor in the video is a 240V single phase Jianken JGL-100mm 3.2kw 24000rpm BT30 ATC. It has ceramic bearings and thus far seems very very nice. We chose a 4 pole one, which has somewhat more torque at lower rpm than the 2 pole, but requires an 800Hz VFD. We will do a whole video on the spindle in the future. You can find them here: 🤍 and if you do buy from them, message them and mention 'Flowering Elbow' to get yourself a discount! The cutting endmills and tool holders used in this one were from DGNZNC, a seller on aliexpress you can see here: 🤍 they work, and are such exceptionally good value it's not a tear-jerker if you accidentally break some. If you mention 'FloweringElbow' they should give you a 5% discount. If you want to check out Frank's avid CNC videos look here: 🤍 and for 🤍 T-slot extrusion machine, see here: 🤍 Lets Connect! Ko-fi 🤍 Our website: 🤍 FB: 🤍
To build our CNC Mill we needed to create molds for the epoxy granite. To do so we built this 5x10 foot CNC router, and it works beautifully. Ways To Support Our Channel: Merchandise: 🤍 Become A Member: 🤍 We built a CNC Machine 🤍 We built a Wire EDM 🤍 We built an EDM Sinker 🤍 We built a Plastic Injection Machine 🤍 We built an Anodizing Setup 🤍 We built CNC Router 🤍 #router #epoxytable #3Dprinting #engineering #machine #CNC
In this video, I show you how I built my DIY CNC machine. All moving parts of the DIY CNC router are running on ball bearings while the structural parts are made with natural materials, namely birch plywood and solid beech wood. Download Project Plans: 🤍 If you like my projects you can support me on Patreon and get free access to the plans of my builds: 🤍 Part 2 of the build - Electronics: 🤍 Parts used for the build: (Total materials cost ≈ 620 $) - Linear Rails - 🤍 - Ball Screw - 🤍 - Stepper Motors & Drivers - 🤍 - Drag Chain - 🤍 - Limit Switches - 🤍 - Rocker Switches - 🤍 - DC Power Supply - 🤍 - Arduino Uno - 🤍 - CNC Shield - 🤍 - Blower Fans - 🤍 - 500W Air Cooled Spindle - 🤍 - 1-flute end mills - 🤍 - 2-flute carbide end mills - 🤍 - 4-flute carbide end mills - 🤍 Software used to run the machine: - Fusion 360 CAD/CAM Software - 🤍 - Universal Gcode Sender - 🤍 - Grbl - 🤍 Thanks for watching, leave a comment or question and see you for the next project! Roman - BooTec | Naturally Engineered
How to Build a Custom 3D Printed CNC - DIY Complete Build Outline: This video highlights how I built a custom 3D printed CNC machine for about $600. This router is computer numerically controlled via an Arduino Uno running GRBL and utilizes four Nema 23's, four TB6600's, a 500W spindle, and two power supplies. Also, the engineering project uses C-Beam aluminum profiles with v-wheels and 20+ 3D printed parts which make up the machine frame. Lastly, this DIY homemade CNC will be going through some improvements in the future which will be stabilization of the z-axis, adding a dust shoe, and possibly adding the limit switches. Therefore in the future a part 2 will come out regarding my CNC machine that has a cutting area of 3' x 3'. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment! For more info check out the links below. Project Materials White PRILINE PETG Filament: 🤍 TB6600 Stepper Motor Drivers (4 pk): 🤍 NEMA 23 Motors (3 pk): 🤍 NEMA 23 Motors (1 pk): 🤍 1 m Cable Chain: 🤍 Arduino Uno + CNC Shield kit: 🤍 1000mm Lead Screw: 🤍 300mm Lead Screw: 🤍 300mm Cylindrical Rails (2 pk): 🤍 V-Wheels (20 pk): 🤍 DC Power Supply (12V 15A): 🤍 Motor Shaft Couplers (3 pk): 🤍 M5 x 100mm Socket Heads (20 pk): 🤍 M5 x 25mm Socket Heads (50 pk): 🤍 M5 Nuts (50 pk): 🤍 M4 x 10 mm Socket Heads (100 pk): 🤍 M4 T-Nuts (100 pk): 🤍 Limit Switches (3 pk): 🤍 E-Stop Button: 🤍 Z-probe: 🤍 1/4 in 4-Flute Milling Bit (2 pk): 🤍 PLEASE CONSIDER SUBSCRIBING: 🤍youtube.com/channel/UCCO6yWDiaUbL... THE REST OF MY CHANNEL: 🤍 - *If you would like to monetarily support my channel to help fund future projects, or gain exclusive access to CAD files and specific project information, I invite you to become a Patreon member by clicking the link below. Patreon: 🤍 Patreon is a creators workplace where anyone can support people like artists, designers, and creators by signing up to generously give anywhere from $1 to $25 per month to makers. Through these donations, it provides opportunities to creators like me to help with funding of their passions while providing special content in return. - Lab | Workshop | Production Equipment Artillery Sidewinder x1/x2 3D Printer: 🤍 Charcoal Workbench Slatwall: 🤍 (Preferred 3D printer Filament) PRILINE PETG: 🤍 RODE VideoMicro Microphone: 🤍 - - MUSIC - (From Epidemic Sound) DISCLAIMER Some of the links in my video description are affiliate links, which means I will make a small commission if you click them and make a qualifying purchase, at no extra cost to you :)
That is my best effort to give you everything I learn during the built of my cheap, DIY CNC. I linked all the drawings, that I made for it, in the description. ⬇⬇⬇.Also, here are some kits/parts that I bought for this build: ⬇⬇⬇ Nema 34 motors kit for 3 axis: 🤍 Nema 34 motors kit for 4 axis: 🤍 Nema 23 motors kit (for smaller CNC) 🤍 UC100 USB Converter: 🤍 Linear Bearing used 20mm (similar): 🤍 Linear Bearing and ball screw kit: 🤍 Limit Switch and E-Stop (which is a good idea to have on a CNC...👍) 🤍 Timing belt and pulley kit reduction 3:1: 🤍 Cheap, reliable & precise caliper (love this thing!) 🤍 🤍 Drawings: 🤍
In this video I'm going to show how I built a basic CNC mill. Most of the hardware was sourced from spare / leftover parts I had laying around from other projects and ended up costing me under $100. It has a working area of approximately 250mm x 250mm x 70mm and is capable of milling aluminum (though somewhat rough). The axes are moved with small NEMA17 stepper motors running at 24V, driven by A4988 drivers. The brain of the machine is an Arduino Uno running GRBL firmware, and G-code is sent to it via. USB from a laptop running Universal Gcode Sender - so everything is open source. I have a little bit of experience operating a CNC mill, but this is the first one i've built / owned. The biggest learning experience from this build was that everything needs to be tightened up and made as rigid as possible to get good results. Between leadscrew backlash and rails flexing, the spindle could easily be moved +/- 1mm or more, which causes tons of vibration, chattering, rough cutting, and loss of precision. In a future video I'll be upgrading the spindle and beefing up the structure to use 16mm rails instead of 8mm for better rigidity. I don't recommend trying to build this design yourself, because I created the printed brackets based on parts i had on hand, not what was "optimal". However, if you really want to, the STL's can be found here: 🤍 Music Used: Kevin MacLeod - George Street Shuffle Serge Pavkin - Atmospheric Ambient Kevin MacLeod - Groove Groove Eric Skiff - Underclocked Serge Pavkin - Fractal
Learn how to build a huge 4x8 CNC router, the 4x8 PRO 4896 from AVID CNC! I'll go over setting up dust collection for the CNC, getting the machine assembled, setting up Mach4, squaring the table and gantry, and tramming the spindle. In my next video, I'll show the process of setting up the vacuum workholding, as well as a t-track fixturing table, so stay tuned for that next week! 🔩 Get 15% off router bits using code CRAFTED15 at BitsBits! 🤍 📹 SUBSCRIBE : 🤍 💰 BECOME A PATRON : 🤍 🛠 Tools Used On The CNC Build (affiliate): 🤖 AVID CNC PRO4896 4' x 8' CNC Router Kit : 🤍 🔹 Rockler Ceiling Track : 🤍 🔹 4" Hooks for Ceiling Track : 🤍 🔹 Extension Rod for Ceiling Track : 🤍 🔹 4" Dust Right Hose : 🤍 🔩 ¼" Compression Bit : 🤍 🔩 2" Spoilboard Surfacing Bit : 🤍 Cordless Ratchet : 🤍 Socket Ball End Hex Bit Set : 🤍 Loctite Stick : 🤍 KentCNC Dust Shoe : 🤍 ⅜" Metal Dowel Pins : 🤍 👕 Get your Build It Yourself merch! 🤍 📲 FOLLOW CRAFTED WORKSHOP! INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍
I needed a better CNC router so I took to FreeCAD to create a workable design. I sourced up all the parts and welded the frame together. I slapped a 6-axis GRBL build onto an Arduino Mega 2560, piped it into a breadboard and out to some Nema23 steppers. They roll through 3D printed gears to ballscrews that drive the whole mess. When it was all done, four months had passed. I routered up some softwood, then engraved some acrylic. I wrote an autoleveler into my CNC controller software, then probed and milled a circuit board. Finally, I stumbled through trying to mill 0.25” aluminum with a HSS bit. Darn near didn’t get that done. In the end, I have a new CNC router that should be more than capable of doing the things I need done for the next few years. I hope you enjoy the video. If you want to look at the CAD file, or try to make one of these, visit this web page: 🤍 Good times! Quite an adventure. Video Sections: 0:00 – Intro 0:50 – CAD Design 3:09 – Welding and Painting 8:17 – Decommissioning ProtoCNC 11:04 – Wood Stand 11:29 – Ballscrew Straightening 12:40 – Assembling Frame 14:41 – Firmware and Wiring 18:05 – Cutting Wood and Acrylic 20:54 – PCB Autolevel probing and Trace Milling 22:13 – Aluminum 25:06 – Outro
Hi everyone! In this video I'll tell you how I made my CNC machine for a 3D treatment and material cutting. I needed this milling machine for a new project which will soon appear on the main channel! 3D models for NC machine:🤍 Music records from Youtube library:Pomade, Cockpit, A_Young_Man
CNC build information is available on my Patron pages next month Help support my channel and become a Patron 🤍 My CARVECO code 5% discount code is ROGERWEBB5798 (ONLY AT THIS ADDRESS BELOW) 🤍 Everything 🤍 Banggood DE 2.5% discount (ONLY AT THIS ADDRESS BELOW) 🤍 My Fusion 360 20% discount (ONLY AT THIS ADDRESS BELOW) 🤍 Produced by The Australian Inventors Workshop™ Experimental, Design & Tutorial Workshops Sponsored By Thunder Laser Global Carveco (ArtCAM) Autodesk Fusion 360 Banggood DE All rights reserved 2022 Music by Google/YouTube Music Library & the purple planet AMAX, MIDI, MAXI, CNC Router, Mill & Lathe Plans and parts listing Available on my Patron pages WARNING: This/These video/s are NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16! Disclaimer: These videos, commentary, and or advice are intended for entertainment and inspiration for adults over 16 -year-old. Woodworking and metalworking are dangerous. Always seek professional advice and training before using any power tools or CNC machines. If you have any uncertainty before performing any DIY procedure, stop and learn a safer method. Understand, that there are years of learning and experimentation by me that are not in the videos. Do not attempt anything simply because you saw or heard it in one of my videos. You can have a safe, enjoyable, and even inspirational time in your workshop by understanding your own tools, materials, and your own skill level.
Building this huge CNC router for woodworking from a CNC build kit was super fun. I show you how I've assembled it as well as the spoilboard setup and explain to you why I bought this CNC machine. In the next video, I'll build a CNC computer cart with it! - 🔴 Ramped Shooting Board: 🤍 🔴 Kumiko Kits: 🤍 🔴 Check out my store: 🤍 ➤ SUBSCRIBE to my channel here: 🤍 ➤ FOLLOW ME on Instagram: 🤍 #cncrouter #woodworking #cncwoodworking
One of the newest tools in Frank's shop is a CNC Router Parts industrial-grade CNC cutting machine. This router and plasma cutter is actually a kit that you can put together, and we go through that process with the help of CNC Router Parts' Drew Cairns. During the assembly, we learn how this machine was designed and see its capabilities in the making of some cool furniture! Next up, plasma cutting! Find out more about the CNC Router Parts machine here: 🤍 Shot by Joey Fameli and Gunther Kirsch Subscribe for more videos! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Get updates on Facebook: 🤍 Tested is: Adam Savage 🤍 Norman Chan 🤍 Simone Giertz 🤍 Joey Fameli 🤍 Kishore Hari 🤍 Frank Ippolito 🤍 Sean Charlesworth 🤍 Jeremy Williams 🤍 Gunther Kirsch Ryan Kiser Thanks for watching!
This video is how I built my DIY CNC Router. I show what parts I used and how i've set up the electronics and computer. Below I've left links to the components. Check out 🤍smokeyuncuffed.com Iwata Revolution airbrush 🤍 Nema 34 Stepper motors 🤍 Whiteside 90 degree V-bit 🤍 Whiteside 60 degree V-bit 🤍 Mach 3 by Artsoft 🤍 3M Worktunes with Bluetooth 🤍 3m Safety glasses 🤍 Dust mask 🤍 Camera quick release 🤍 Sony Handycam 🤍 70" tripod 🤍 Yonico 1/4" end mill bit 🤍 1/8" end mill 🤍 1/4" Ball Nose bit 🤍 1/8" Ball Nose Bit 🤍 60 inch ball screw (need 3 of these) 🤍 Pair of Linear rails 60 inch 🤍 3kw air cooled spindle 🤍 breakout board 🤍 z axis sliding table 🤍
#CNC#5axis#Awesome_CNC_Freek Built my own CNC Mill 5axis.I saw PocketNC in 2017 🤍 and decided to make a 5-axis machine myself. As a concept, 5 axes, processing range 100 mm square. Being able to process iron. If I stick to the standard machine design, the machine size will increase, so we made it a unique design. I need to improve it further, but we have a machine that is generally satisfactory. Please look forward to it in the future. * 3D CAD Data. 🤍 * Awesome Solution Workshop 🤍 DIY CNC How to Build 5 axis CNC 【Summarize】 🤍 *I Like This 🤍 *It's awesome 🤍 The recommended shopping site is Aliexpress. Because it's anyway cheap and sells minor items that other shopping sites don't have. Below are my recommended products Magnetic stands 🤍 End Mill 🤍 Ball screw "Emphasis on cheapness over quality" 🤍 Disadvantages may be quality problems depending on the item. I don't buy Drills ,Taps and Bearing. 0:00 1:00 Inside cover PC Polycarbonate Sheet Plate Board Protective Plastic Cover Plate of Solar Auto Darkening Welding Mask Welding DIY Sculpture 🤍 1:13 X axis 1:45 X stepping motor 🤍 2:01 Y axis -modified 🤍 2:30 After modified Y stepping motor 🤍 Pulley 15T 🤍 Pulley 60T 🤍 3:00 Z axis 3:43 Ball Screw 🤍 3:47 Z stepping motor Ball screw 🤍 3:51 A axis - 4:03 A stepping motor 4:53 C axis - 4:57 C stepping motor 🤍 5:15 Spindle 5:38 Spindle motor 6:05 Spindle noise test- 7:35 Coolant 8:20 Tool setter 8:46 CNC unit 3D Printer A4988 DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Control Panel Board Expansion Board 🤍 Sorry, I mistake. 7c8c is wrong. 7c81 is correct 9:01 Official Original Raspberry Pi 4 🤍 (Aliexpress) 🤍 (amazon) 9:08 Mesa 7c8c Anysing I/O 9:17 Stepping motor driver 3D Printer Parts StepStick DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver With Heat sink Carrier Reprap 4-layer PCB RAMPS replace A4988 Driver 🤍 (Aliexpress) 3D Printer A4988 DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Control Panel Board Expansion Board 🤍 🤍 (Amazon) My camera Canon Mirrorless Camera EOS M100 Vlog camera with 15-45mm Lens (Brand New) 🤍 EOS M200 (Amazon) 🤍 (Aliexpress)
This is the first video in my DIY CNC Router series. In this video I start building the frame of the CNC Router. ✔️ All of the videos in this series can be viewed here: 🤍 🛠Tools and Parts Used in this Project Self Leveling Laser Level - 🤍 OR 🤍 Combination Square - 🤍 OR 🤍 100 piece Flat Head Screw Assortment - 🤍 10mm Pillow Block Bearings - 🤍 10mm Lead Screw and T-Nut - 🤍 14mm to 8mm Shaft Coupler - 🤍 Aluminum Flat Bar - 🤍 2500mm Linear Rail - 🤍 1600mm Linear Rail - 🤍 Nema 34 CLosed Loop Stepper Motors - 🤍 Nema 34 closed loop stepper motor 8.5Nm - 🤍 12" x 12" x 3/8" aluminum plate - 🤍 8080 series 40 Aluminum Extrusion Cut to 10 inches - 🤍 8016 series 40 Aluminum Extrusion Cut to 1700mm - 🤍 Proximity Sensor - 🤍 Fanless Mini PC - 🤍 4 channel relay board - 🤍 5V power supply - 🤍 Cable Drag Chain Large - 🤍 Cable Drag Chain Small - 🤍 TV Mount - 🤍 Keyboard Mouse Platform - 🤍 M5 4040 series T-Nut - 🤍 40 series M8 T-Nut - 🤍 M8x16mm screws - 🤍 5mm Screws - 🤍 44 Tooth XL Pulley - 🤍 20 Tooth XL Pulley - 🤍 For a complete list of parts, bill of materials and more info, please visit the Making Stuff Web Page at 🤍 🔔 Making Stuff Patreon page - 🤍 🛒 Visit the Making Stuff Amazon Affiliate Store - 🤍 👉Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means at no cost to you, a very, very small commission will be paid to Making Stuff to help cover the cost for projects like this one. 👉Thanks for watching! (c)2020 TMI Enterprises Inc. #cncrouter #diycnc #diycncrouter
An automatic tool changer for my CNC router was on my "I want it" list for over a year. Now it's done, and I love it! I assume the question will come up where I got the tool changer. I bought it from Stepcraft.com My Best Project...Until Now Enjoy the video! Support me here: 🤍 or support me through my Amazon wishlist: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Video links Spoilboard v2: soon Operator console: soon Automatic dust shoe: 🤍 My online shop: 🤍 Affiliate links for router bits: English link: 🤍 German link: 🤍 Impressum (Legal notice): 🤍
This machine has earned me so much money! How to turn a CNC machine into a business. I got a massive, huge CNC machine upgrade; a 5' x 10' Avid Pro CNC and I'm wondering if this is the future of woodworking, manufacturing, small business, and DIY. I'll explain my thoughts on that, and why CNC machines are here to stay. Rockler: Dust Collector - 🤍 Dust Hose - 🤍 Ceiling Track - 🤍 J Hooks - 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Links: Drywall Anchors - 🤍 Lock Tite - 🤍 Milwaukee Ratchet - 🤍 MM Tape Measure - 🤍 #makemoney #cnc #smallbusiness
Invest in blue-chip art for the very first time by signing up for Masterworks: 🤍 See important Masterworks disclosures: 🤍 There's a new version of this machine here: 🤍 If you are interested in the files for the machine you can go here: 🤍 I made a CNC router using mostly 3D printed parts that can cut metal! The machine uses a Makita router as the cutting tool and as I show in the video it can easily cut complex parts out of aluminium. CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:15 Frame 03:40 Side Plates 05:05 Masterworks 06:57 Gantry 08:10 Carriage 10:14 Wiring 11:25 Waste Board 12:30 Testing Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 If you want to support this channel you can do it here: Patreon: 🤍 Merchandise: 🤍 PayPal: 🤍 For regular updates on my projects follow me on: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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Do you want the precision and capabilities of a cnc router? You can build your own cnc router for much cheaper than you think. These videos will make building a cnc easy. (Easier than you think). In this video we build our own homemade CNC router. Brief description of each phase of the DIY CNC router build. Overview on the base, torsion box, linear motion for all axis. Includes electronics from stepper motors, drivers, power source, breakout board, smoothstepper by Warp 9 and Mach 4 software.
This is full video on how to build CNC machine at home. This CNC mill is very rigid it has very high accuracy. It has zero backlash. Here are some info on build. Build time: About 500 hours. Build cost: About $4500 Travels: Z : 11" ( 27.9 cm ) X: 22" (55.88 cm) Y: 12" (30.48cm) Spindle: 5.5 KW ATC BT30 18000RPM from Ebay. ( very happy with it) seller is super nice guy. 🤍 Electronics: BOB: PMDX 424. 🤍 Spindle speed control: PMDX 407. 🤍 Stepper motors : Nema 34 1275oz-in Drivers: DM860d from Ebay Software: Mach4. 🤍 Rails: 20 mm Raills for X,Y and Z Ball screws: Y ball screw is 20mm X Z ball screws are 16mm Couplings: Bellows style Ruland coupling with zero backlash . 🤍 Frame: Y Axis 24" x 14" X 4"( 64 X 35.5 X 10.1 cm ) Material 1.25" X 4" ( 3.1 X 10.1cm )steel X Axis 35" X 11" ( 88 X 28 cm ) Material .500" (12.7mm) base plate 1.25" X 3" walls Z column 35" x 8" X 4" ( 88.9 X20.3 X 10.1 cm) tube with .500" (12.7mm) wall thikness filled with cement. Enclosure: Aluminum sheet and angle.
This is the cheapest CNC router on Amazon. Is it any good? What can it do? Watch to the end where I make a cool project! Check out the exact router I tested here: 🤍 🎥 What to Watch Next: Is this laser any good? 🤍 ⚫Support Andy Bird Builds Channel Subscribe: 🤍 Visit: 🤍 Links to My Tools & Gear: 🤍 Buy CNC Digital Files: 🤍 Free CNC Guide - 🤍 ⚫Social Accounts - Follow for daily updates Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something we'll receive a small commission. This is another great way to support Andy Bird Builds! #andybirdbuilds #cnc #cncrouter
Part 1 of the build - 🤍 Part 2 of the Tabletop CNC Router Build, attaching the ballscrews, motors and cable chain. As promised are the sketchup plans for those wanting to build one for themselves or something similar. 🤍 Alternate uncompressed link if the above doesn't work. 🤍
Hi, we built a 3-axis cnc router for a company to use especially for machining ACRYLIC, PVC FOAM and 3D terrain models. Used materials and 2D, 3D drawings: 12 m 90x90 aluminum profile 2,4 m 90x180 aluminum profile 6 m 45x90 aluminum profile 8 x HGH20 4 x HGW25 6,8 m HGR25 6 m HGR20 8,5 m 1,5 module rack 3 x 1,5 module 20t helical gear 4 x Leadshine 86CM85 stepper motor 4 x Leadshine DMA860E stepper motor driver 550mm Hiwin R20-5 ball screw Hiwin R20-5 T3 FSI ball screw nut Arel 2,2kW 18000 rpm spindle Delta 2,2kW spindle driver 🤍 Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
Building OpenSource LowRider CNC Router Part2 for this video: 🤍 Plan and assembly instructions: 🤍 Shopping for parts: 🤍 Alternative/additional parts used: Makita router: 🤍 Stepper Motors: 🤍 Vacmaster vacuum: 🤍 GT2 Timing Belt: 🤍 Lead Screw: 🤍 GT2 Timing Pulleys: 🤍 Inline Wheels: 🤍 GT2 Idler Pulley: 🤍 608-2RS Skateboard Bearings: 🤍 Aluminum Spacers: 🤍 Braided Sleeving: 🤍 Power Supply: 🤍 1/4" to 1/8" Collet adapter: 🤍 Arduino board: 🤍 RAMPS 1.4 board: 🤍 1/8 End Mills: 🤍 M4 Steel Nylon Lock Nut: 🤍 M4 Stainless Steel Round Flat Washer: 🤍 12864 LCD Graphic Display: 🤍 1/4 Compression End Mill: 🤍 60-Degree 1/4 bit: 🤍 1/4 Down Cut End Mill: 🤍 1/8 Straight Flute End Mill: 🤍 Mist Coolant Lubrication Spray: 🤍 Bottom Cleaning Router Bit: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:16 Router Plate 00:37 Center Assembly 03:32 Slider Assemblies 07:31 Z Assemblies 09:20 Making Sliders fit my table 09:58 Connecting Z & X 14:55 Installing belts 16:26 Wiring 17:02 Firmware install 17:50 Testing 18:37 Final Assembly 22:06 Crown test 23:09 First cuts
Hallo my foxes out there! Today craftsmanship and future technology will meet. After a long time of brake, i want to show you my last knife design "VK1 -Survivor" made with my precise CNC machine "High-Z S-1000/T" from CNC-STEP. The prototype of it was 100% made full custom by hand. After that i decided to make a small series with the help of modern machining power. CAD/CAM was made with Fusion360. It was harder than expected to make it spot on with perfect fit and finish out of the CNC machine. The knife is made out of 1.2510 tool steel with 3D machined, olive G10 handles. As always my overlapping copper liners are a part of my knife design. Thanks for that awesome order, that aswesome opportunity and on top of that... the feedback after the time in use u gave me back! Thanks for becoming a friend! SOCIAL MEDIA FOR MORE CONTENT Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Thanks so much my friends for taking you time to see this video! LIKE, COMMENT or SHARE my work... feel free to do that and supporting me !!! Iam happy about positive and negative Feedback! BIG THANKS TO MY PARTNER AND SPONSOR " CNC STEP " ! The CNC machine u see in that video is sponsored by them and is more than a useful, precise and quality machine. It opens new worlds of creativity in craftsmanship to me. THANKS FOR YOUR TRUST AND YOUR SUPPORT ! check them out on 🤍 🤍