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Homemade CNC Machine! (6 months of work in 8 minutes)


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

How to make a homemade CNC machine Part 1


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



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

AMAZING! DIY CNC Milling Machine - Homemade Machine Cutting Multi Material


AMAZING! DIY CNC Milling Machine - Homemade Machine Cutting Multi Material

CNC Mill for under $100


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



Thanks to Keeps for sponsoring this video! Head to 🤍 to get 50% off your first Keeps order. Follow Us On Instagram: 🤍 You guys wanted a detailed walk around of our DIY CNC machine, and HERE it is. We are sharing some raw (unedited footage) and providing some explanations to common questions about our CNC mill. Don't forget to subscribe for more cool engineering projects! Ways To Support Our Channel 🙏 Become A Member and Enjoy Perks: 🤍 Buy A Funny Shirt: 🤍 Check out our other videos and subscribe to never miss our latest releases: We built a Tiny Injection Molding Machine (INJEKTO 2.0) 🤍 We built a 3D Printer Scrap Recycling Machine (SHREDII 2.0) 🤍 We built a Wire EDM 🤍 We built a CNC Machine (DIY CNC) 🤍 We built a Plastic Injection Machine 🤍 We built an EDM Sinker 🤍 We built a CNC Router 🤍 #engineering #diy #machineshop #homeshop #diyprojects #diyproject  #mill #machine #machines  #injectionmolding #plasticinjection #plasticinjectionmachine #molding #moldingmachine #injekto #Injecto #science #3dprinting #3dprinter #3dprint #3dprinted #3dmolds #3dmodeling #3dmodel #lego #legos #moulding #actionbox #shredii #shredder #recycling #recycle #viral #viralvideo

Homemade DIY Small CNC Lathe 【DIJEST】


#DIY#CNC#5axis#Awesome_CNC_Freek How to make a DIY CNC Lathe series digest. I had always wanted a CNC lathe to lathe metal , but there were no CNC lathes on the market that were small enough to fit in my soundproof box and could lathe metal, so I decided to build one myself. It took about four months to produce. ########################################## The DIY Small CNC Lathe 3D CAD Data 🤍 ########################################## Part 1 Design 🤍 Part 2 epoxy granite base 🤍 Part 3 Scraping & Z axis linear guides 🤍 Part 4 Make metal parts 🤍 CNC Part 5 Modification of parts 🤍 Part 6 Wiring and Operation check 🤍 Part 7 Test cut 🤍 Red CNC machine 🤍 Awesome Solution Workshop 🤍 Quick Change Tool post set. 🤍 Lathe Head Assembly 🤍 Tool Holder 🤍 Servo Motor 🤍 Ball screw 200mm 🤍 Ball Screw Housing FK10 🤍 Liner Guide MGN12H, 150mm 🤍 Threaded Rivet Insert 🤍 Power Supply 🤍 Become a member of this channel 🤍 *These are affiliate links. When you click one of these links and make a purchase, it helps to support this channel projects.

DIY CNC Router Part 1 // Building a Small CNC Router


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.

DIY CNC Router Build! Part:1


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Making Diy CNC Machine at Home || 3 axis CNC Engraving machine


#creativethink #engravingmachine #cnc #milling I am show about making powerful cnc machine at home. this manine based on 3 axis. this machine cut material very quickly and accurate, all type of materials cut. Working Area=800 x 400mm - Components Link : 1. Aluminum Profiles 2020 - 🤍 2040 - 🤍 2080 - 🤍 2. Linear Bearing 10mm - 🤍 16mm - 🤍 3. Shaft 10mm - 🤍 16mm - 🤍 4. Shaft Holder 10mm - 🤍 16mm - 🤍 5. Stepper Motor 🤍 6. 10mm Bearing 🤍 7.Lead screw (10mm) 🤍 8. Circuit Board 🤍 9. Spindle 🤍 10. Bolt Nut 🤍 - Facebook Page: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍

IndyMill - Open Source DIY CNC Machine #4 Final Test!


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

DIY CNC Router for Under $900 - Free Plans Available


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

Making a DIY CNC machine with limited tools


In this video, I'll show you how I built this awesome CNC router without having access to high end tools, and what it's capable of. I decided to keep the video relatively short, but will be happy to answer any questions in the comments below. Check out my follow-up video where I answer some of your questions: 🤍 Where I got the parts: 6060 extrusion: ebay Ball screws: ebay Linear rails: ebay Makita RT0701C router (refurbished): ebay Z-axis assembly: ebay 3/8" (10mm) aluminum plate: sourced locally 1/2" (12.7mm) aluminum plate: xometry.com Hardware (all metric): Amazon Arduino Uno: Amazon Limit switches: Amazon Motor shaft connectors: Amazon Router bits: Amazon 1/4"-thread threaded inserts: Amazon Drag/cable chains: Amazon T-Slot M6 nuts: Amazon Stepper motor kit (motors, drivers, PSU): Stepperonline.com Shielded wire: local electronic store Old DVD player: local electronic store 4-pin control box plugs: local electronic store LED strip: local electronic store MDF board: Home Depot Acrylic, wood & screws for enclosure: Home Depot Background music: Lifelike - AlexiAction, Abstract World - AlexiAction via Pixabay.com

DIY CNC Router for Under $900 - 3 Year Revisited


Chances are that you subscribed to my channel because of this video. That’s because it's the most popular homemade CNC on all of Youtube. We take a look at the various things done to the machine over the years as well as answer your questions about it. Join this channel: 🤍 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 #Carpentry

The TRUE COST of Building a DIY CNC | PrintNC


a detailed cost breakdown of my PrintNC build inlcuding a spreadsheet. Spreadsheet: 🤍 🤍 The PrintNC is a high performance, DIY CNC router. It's based on a steel frame to ensure rigidity and uses 3D printed parts to make assembly easy. The PrintNC project is in active development and community participation is highly encouraged! You can live chat on the PrintNC Discord or head to r/printnc and ask there. Answers are fast and the community is quickly growing! the PrintNC Build Playlist: 🤍 Checkout the Discord: 🤍 the PrintNC Wiki: 🤍 The Fusion360 Model: 🤍 00:00 - Start 00:36 - basic tools you really need 01:04 - Steel 01:43 - Aluminium 01:54 - Kits 02:11 - Linear Rails 02:19 - Ballscrews 02:45 - Cablechains 02:59 - Steppermotors 03:22 - Stepper Drivers 03:37 - Servos 04:11 - Powersupply 04:32 - Endstops 04:55 - Filament 05:12 - Controller 05:33 - Cables 06:01 - Electronics Enclosure 06:18 - Spindle 07:14 - Control PC 07:25 - Endmills 07:34 - Total 08:00 - Tool LengthSensor 08:11 - Dust Collection 08:26 - Table / Cabinet 08:37 - Enclosure 08:49 - Grand Total if you want to support the channel, you can buy me a coffe: 🤍 Thank you very much !!! *affiliate links: my camera: 🤍 my lens: 🤍 my mic: 🤍 or you can also support me through paypal: Paypal Me: 🤍

DIY CNC for 800€ - Lockdown Project


Nach ca. 100h Arbeit und 136 geschnittenen Gewinde ist mein Projekt, welches im ersten Lockdown entstanden ist, endlich fertig und einsatzbereit! Das Portal besteht aus 40x40x3mm Vierkantrohren, auf welchen sich 1200mm SBR 12 Linearführungen für die X-Achse, bzw. 800mm für die Y-Achse befinden. Die Z-Achse besteht aus zwei 16mm h6 Wellen mit vier SCE 16 Linearlagern. Angetrieben werden die X- und Y-Achsen von je 2 Nema 23 1,26Nm Schrittmotoren über einen 15mm GT2 Riemen. Die Z-Achse wird von einem 2,4Nm Nema 23 Schrittmotor und einer 8mm T8 Gewindespindel angetrieben. Der Fräsmotor hat 1,5kW Leistung und eine ER16 Werkzeugaufnahme und ist luftgekühlt. Der gesamte Arbeitsbereich beträgt ca. 700x1000x240mm, ermöglicht aber durch die angehobenen Portale eine Bearbeitung von unendlich langen Bauteilen. Hier seht ihr die Fräse im Einsatz: 🤍 Danke fürs Zuschauen! - After about 100h of work and 136 cuted threads, my project which was created during the first lockdown is finally finished and ready for use! The gantry consists of 40x40x3mm square tubes on which 1200mm SBR 12 linear guides for the X-axis, and 800mm for the Y-axis are located. The Z-axis consists of two 16mm h6 shafts with four SCE 16 linear bearings. The X- and Y-axis are each driven by 2 Nema 23 1.26Nm stepper motors via a 15mm GT2 belt. The Z-axis is driven by a 2.4Nm Nema 23 stepper motor and an 8mm T8 lead screw. The milling motor has 1.5kW of power and an ER16 tool holder and is air-cooled. The total working area is approximately 700x1000x240mm but the raised gantries make it possible to machine infinitely long components. Here you can see the milling machine in use: 🤍 Thanks for watching! Teileliste // Parts List: Spindel // Spindle: 1,5kW Spindelmotor // spindle motor 1,5kW Frequenzumrichter // frequency converter 80mm Spindelhalter // spindle holder Antrieb // Drive: 5x Nema 23 Schrittmotoren // stepper motors 4x 90° Nema 23 Schrittmotorhalterung // stepper motor holder 3x TB6600 4A DC9-42V Schrittmotortreiber // stepper motor driver GT2 15mm Zahnriemen ca. 6m // timing belt approx. 6m GT2 Pulley Zahnrad 20 Zähne // pulley gear 20 teeht 8mm T8 400mm Gewindespindel-Set (mit Kupplung, Mutter und Lager) // threaded spindle set (with coupling, nut and bearing) Elektrik // Electrics: 4x0,75mm^2 Kabel ca. 20m // cable approx. 20m 250V 10A On/Off Kippschalter // toggle switch GX 16 4 Pin Stecker (Männlich & Weiblich) ca. 10 Stk. // pin connector (male & female) approx. 10 pcs. 2x 80mm Gehäuselüfter // case fan 24V 5A 120W Netzteil // power supply 10x20mm Energiekette ca. 2m // power chain approx. 2m Steuerungsplatine // control board Mechanik // Mechanics: 2x SBR12 800mm Linearführung // linear rail 2x SBR12 1200mm Linearführung // linear rail 8x SBR12UU Linearblock // linear block 2x 16mm h6 400mm Welle // shaft 4x SBR16UU Linearlager // linear bearing 40x40x4mm Vierkantrohr ca. 7m // square tube approx. 7m 50x50x6mm Stahl L-Profile ca. 1m // steel L-profiles approx. 1m 190x155x10mm Stahlplatte // steel plate 8x22x7mm Kugellager 16 Stk. // ball bearing 16 pcs. M5x16 Innensechskantschrauben ca. 80 Stk. // hexagon socket screws approx. 80 pcs. M4x16 Innensechskantschrauben ca. 150 Stk. // hexagon socket screws approx. 150 pcs. M6 Einschraubmuttern ca. 200 Stk. // srew-in nuts approx. 200 pcs. Extra: Ca. 500g PLA Filament (3D-Druck) // approx. 500g PLA filament (3D printing) ER 16 Spannzangen Set // collet set

Can we DIY an Industrial grade CNC? Lets Find Out!


Making a big 'industrial performance' CNC router, that will hopefully mill metals. The next CNC video exploring the limits of this machine: 🤍 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 well, and are such exceptionally good value it's not a disaster if you accidentally break some (luckily for me!). 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: 🤍

DIY CNC router build


Low cost wood CNC design. Complete build & guide using Arduino GRBL.

How I built the Simplest CNC Machine with minimum parts possible | DIY Laser Engraver


Install Raid for Free ✅ IOS/ANDROID/PC: 🤍 and get a special starter pack 💥 Available only for the next 30 days Code, 3D model, parts list and more details ► 🤍 If you enjoy and find the content that I make useful, please consider supporting me on Patreon: 🤍 Parts list (check website article for full list, affiliate links): Amazon.com: MGN15H Linear Rail: 🤍 Stepper NEMA 17: 🤍 Laser Module: 🤍 Banggood.com: MGN15H Linear Rail: 🤍 Stepper NEMA 17: 🤍 Laser Module: 🤍 AliExpress: MGN15H Linear Rail: 🤍 Stepper NEMA 17: 🤍 Laser Module: 🤍 In this video I will show you how I built the simplest CNC machine with minimum parts possible and without using a 3D printer. That’s right. I’ve been using 3D printers for most of my recent projects because, of course, they are great for prototyping as we can easily make any shape we want with them. However, not everyone has a 3D printer, so therefore I wanted to show you that we can also make stuff even without the help of 3D printers or other CNC machines. Visit HowToMechatronics.com for more Tutorials, Tips, Projects and How It Works videos: ► 🤍 Like my page on Facebook: ► 🤍

Upgrading my Homemade CNC


In this video I'll show the upgrades I made to the CNC mill i built in my previous video: 🤍 I upgraded to a 500W spindle and built an all-aluminum head assembly, widened the bed, increased the rigidity of the X axis with thicker rails, installed higher torque steppers on X and Z, and dramatically reduced backlash on all axes by using a double-nut arrangement on my leadscrew carriages. The machine is still far from perfect, but cutting aluminum is significantly easier now, and with some adjustments / tightening down / tuning, I think it will be able to reliably hold tolerances that are at least good enough for one-off hobby projects. Currently the most obvious weakness is flexibility in the Y axis due to using only 8mm rails. The board firmware is unchanged from the previous video. I'm still using an arduino Uno with GRBL firmware driving A4988 stepper controllers. Some links to relevant hardware: 500W Spindle kit: 🤍 92 oz-in Stepper Motors: 🤍 16x500 mm Linear Motion Shafts: 🤍 16mm Bore Linear Bearing Blocks: 🤍 Linear rail for Z axis: 🤍 500mm T8x8 Leadscrew: 🤍 150x70x9.5 Heatsink: 🤍 Software used for CNC: Universal Gcode sender FreeCAD 0.18 STL Files: 🤍 Feeds/Speeds RPM: 12,000 Bit: 1/8" 2 Flute End Mill Horizontal Feed: Between 500 - 1500 mm/min Vertical Feed: 10 mm/min Stepdown/Cut Depth = 0.05mm Finishing Cut Depth = 0.01mm I found that for the same amount of volumetric removal rate, a higher horizontal speed with a smaller depth of cut gave better results because of reduced chatter/vibration. For example, 1500 mm/min at 0.05mm depth of cut was much smoother and had less chatter than 750 mm/min at 0.10 mm depth of cut. Unfortunately this does put all the work on the very tip of the end mill, but because this machine is pretty limited on power/rigidity, that's the only viable way to cut. Music Used: Eric Skiff - Underclocked Kevin MacLeod - Groove Groove Heatley Bros. - Luminare Serge Pavkin - Elevation

DIY CNC Milling Machine - The Complete Build Video


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.

Sturdy DIY CNC Mill made from Fibre Concrete


Most hobby CNC machines are made from aluminum or even wood. Sturdy alternatives such as casted epoxy granite machines are expensive and require a reinforcement skeleton. Here I show an alternative, using concrete with fibreglass snips (fibre concrete) I built a sturdy machine that does not need an additional steel skeleton. It combines the advantages of casted machines (precise inlayed connections, resistance to vibrations) with a much lower price and ease of construction. Hope this video inspires your own CNC design! Thanks for watching. Keywords: Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC), Ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC), Self-consolidating concrete (SCC), Epoxy granite, Polymer concrete, Mineral casting

Custom 3D Printed CNC - DIY Complete Build (Part I)


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 :)

DIY CNC Woodworking Machine-How To Make An Ultra Precise CNC Router+My Story-FULL Plans/Videos/eBook


Discover how easily you can build a powerful "Ultra-Precise" CNC Woodworking Machine Hobby version/Desktop version/Professional wooden and/or metal base versions (Step-By-Step, along with "ALL" detailed plans, drawings, instructions etc): ►► 🤍 ◄◄-►► 🤍 ◄◄ ►► 🤍 ◄◄ ►The Smart Saw is the only ultra-precise woodcarving machine that spits out unique DIY projects almost on auto-pilot. The DIY Smart Saw program is a step-by-step video guide plus PDFs and detailed plans that shows you how to put it together in an afternoon using parts you can find lying around your home. ✔It can spit-out unique, personalized pieces of woodwork ✔It's a 100% self-correcting device ✔You'll never have to waste any time or any money on wood. ✔Anyone can make the most complex DIY projects in no time. ✔It works 20 times faster than the human hand. ✔Once you've made a design you can print it out as many times as you want and sell it. ✔And it works completely on auto-pilot. ►Here's How Easy It Is to Follow The DIY Smart Saw Program: ✔First of all, you have video footage and commentary guiding you every step of the way ✔Right from the start you'll find a complete list of all the tools and parts you'll be using. ✔Each section of the manual is filled with hints, notes and tips. ✔And besides the video you also have step-by-step notes broken down into 4 phases. ✔Each step of the construction is illustrated with detailed imagery and flawlessly shaped designs that make it just like assembling Legos. Imagine a sharp sculpting tool hooked up to your computer or laptop. It moves from front to back, left to right and up and down depending on what the computer commands it. ►The mechanism is so simple you can put it together by yourself in no time. Usually woodcarving machines like the Smart Saw cost tens of thousands of dollars. But if you follow simple "step by step" guides and plans, you'll build a DIY Smart Saw right from the first try even if you never held a hammer before. ►The Smart Saw contains 3 versions. Hobby version, Desktop version and XXL version: The Hobby version has a material workspace defined by the design. Therefore, without any expansion of the workspace, the basic limit to the size of a material object it can work on is: ✔Smart Saw Hobby Version: Working area: L (X Axis)= 372mm (1ft 2 41/64"); l (Y Axis)= 385 (1ft 3 5/32"); h (Z Axis)= 135mm (5 5/16") Dimensions of the entire machine: Lenght= 1100mm (3 ft. 7 5/16 "); Width= 740mm (2 ft 5 9/64"); Hight= 1593mm (5 ft 2 23/32") ✔Smart Saw Desktop Version: Working area: L (X Axis) = 215.9mm (8 1/2”); l (Y Axis) = 190.5mm (7 1/2”); h (Z Axis) = 76.2mm (3”) Dimensions of the entire machine: Width: 254mm (10”); Lenght: 457.2mm (1ft 6”); Hight: 355.6mm (1ft 2”) The XXL version also has a material workspace defined by the design. Therefore, without any expansion of the workspace, the basic limit to the size of a material object it can work on is: ✔Smart Saw XXL Version: Working area: L (X Axis) = 2500mm (8ft 2 27/64"); l (Y Axis) = 2000mm (6ft 6 47/64"); h (Z Axis) = 350mm (1ft 1 25/32") Dimensions of the entire machine: Width: 2400mm (7ft 10 31/64”); Lenght: 3500mm (11ft 5 51/64”); Hight: 1695mm (5ft 6 47/64”) These dimensions represent the extents of a workspace allowed by clearance of the axes. In the modifications section of the included manual, you will find directions for modifying this workspace within the existing design, as well as for expanding the workspace through expansion of the DIY Smart Saw chassis dimensions. ►Got Questions? We Have the Answers: Q: What type of computer do I need to operate a Smart Saw? A: The Smart Saw works on any kind of computer. You can also use a laptop. If you can connect it to the internet, then you can operate a CNC machine. It doesn't matter if it's an Apple, a Microsoft computer, a Linux, etc. Q: How much does it cost to build a Smart Saw? A: The Smart Saw you'll see in the video cost only $500. That's because all the parts were brand new. You can actually put one together for under $160. It all depends on how much you want to spend on your parts. You can even make it from scraps using printer motors and old car parts. Q: How quickly will I learn to use it? A: Just watch a 10-minute video once and you'll be able to carve out your design. You can learn to use the Smart Saw in no time. The time it takes for you to draw up your design however... will vary. Q: Will I need any tools? A: Right from the very start of the program you'll see a complete list of tools you'll need to put together the Smart Saw. However, you'll never have to use any tools to carve out your designs if you use the Smart Saw. All you have to do is push a button and your design will come out in a couple of minutes.

Carving Solid Stone on a Homemade CNC Machine


In this video I use my x-carve CNC machine to carve some 3d wave patterns into some solid soapstone. This is another quick video for my A-Level art project on water waves, that I have nearly finished now. Even though it is not that well related to my channel I decided to upload it here anyway because I have not released many videos recently. There are lots of new projects to come, I just need to find the time to edit them! Follow my Instagram for more regular updates; 🤍

Homemade 3-axis CNC Router | 4x8 foot |


Hi, I know it's been awhile since i've posted last. but I've been busy, plus this project took a lot of research and fabrication. So the table has 3 axis, x, y and z. there are two stepper motors that run the x axis, and one for both y and z. I'm using an Arduino mega with GRBL which is an opensource CNC program that is compatible with all kinds of homemade machines. I am also using universal G-Code sender to send my designs as code, to the Arduino. I glossed over many parts of the project in the video, so if you have questions be sure to ask. Here is some of the purchased equipment I used for this build: Emergency stop: 🤍 End Mills: 🤍 PWM to Voltage Converter: 🤍 Cable Wire Carrier: 🤍 Terminal block for Arduino Mega: 🤍 Connectors: 🤍 Elegoo Mega (Arduino Clone): 🤍 5mm to 8mm coupler: 🤍 Brushless DC Spindle Kit: 🤍 Aluminum Belt Pulley's: 🤍 Linear Rails: 🤍 Stepper Motor CNC Kit ( I did not use the CNC board Provided): 🤍

Can This DIY CNC Router Cut Steel?


I was wondering if my DIY CNC router can cut steel since it cut aluminum so well. If you haven't seen that video, the link will be in the description below. I decided to give some plain steel a shot. The speed & feed I used will be displayed in the video, however using this setting depends on the rigidity of you machine. Let me know if there are any questions or anything else you'd like me to test. Check out my previous videos: Watch the part 1 of HOW TO BUILD A CNC ROUTER ➡ 🤍 Watch the part 2 of HOW TO BUILD A CNC ROUTER ➡ 🤍 Watch the part 3 of HOW TO BUILD A CNC ROUTER ➡ 🤍 Watch the part 4 (TEST CUTS ON DIFFERENT MATERIALS) ➡ 🤍 Watch my previous video on CIRCULAR SAW CROSSCUT JIG ➡ 🤍 Software: Wonder-share Filmora9 (Video Edit) Fusion360 (3D Modeling software) If you are new to my channel, please subscribe and hit the notification bell icon so you don't miss my future videos. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE ➡ 🤍

Homemade CNC machine with materials from a DIY simple tools


Homemade CNC machine with materials from a DIY simple tools

TopsCNC - DIY / Homemade CNC Imprimée en 3D


Dans cette vidéo je vous montre comment fabriquer la TopsCNC, une machine CNC Homemade, 3 Axes, avec une imprimante 3D. C'est la deuxième machine de ce type que je conçoit, améliorant tous les points noir de la première. Pour les curieux, voici la vidéo de la première Machine : 🤍 Page de téléchargement : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Site : 🤍 Vous pouvez me soutenir en regardant quelques pubs sur UTip : 🤍 Tous le matériel a été acheté sur internet, rien n'est compliqué à trouver. (Bon il faut quand même avoir une imprimante 3D !) Spécifications : Comme pour ma première machine, celle-ci est pilotée par une CNC SHIELD V3 montée sur un Arduino UNO. Elle dispose d'un plateau de travail de 45cm x 45cm et une défonceuse / affleureuse Makita RT0700C Mon imprimante 3D : 🤍 Plusieurs vidéos de tests et améliorations de la CNC arriveront bientôt, si elles vous intéresse abonnez vous :) #DIY #CNC #TopsCNC

Best upgrades to a DIY CNC machine


Indystry: 🤍 Upgrading my DIY CNC and rating all the upgrades I have added so far. 36V power supply, 1.5kW spindle, new dust shoe, new stepper motor drivers, coolant system and few other quite interesting things that you can add to IndyMill and any other CNC machine. 1.5kW spindle: 🤍 500W spindle: 🤍 Coolant nozzle: 🤍 Stepper Drivers: 🤍 36V Power supply: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 You can also support me via PayPal: 🤍 Instagram: nikodembartnik

Everything you need to know, to build your own CHEAP DIY CNC, the COMPLETE BUILT WITH PLANS!!!!!


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: 🤍

Homemade cnc router


Working Area 235x165x45cm (92x65x18 inch) control: Motherboard Csmio-lpt Mitsubishi PLC FX3G M880 Stepper drivers engines: 12.5Nm on each axis spindle: 2.2kW ELTE 18000obr/min Power: transformer 1000W - engine supply 80V Balluff 24V 6A (standard 24v ) PC Specifications Motherboard: Gigabyte ram: 2GB Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.2GHz Hard Drive: 80GB Monitor: 15 ' Weight 1200kg (2645 lb)

Homemade Steel Frame CNC Router - Design, Build, Test


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

DIY CNC Machine - Frame Build | Part 1/2


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

"A Machine PERFECT for Making PCBs at Home" Is what they said!


$2 for 1-8 Layer PCBs, free assembly - JLCPCB:🤍 Try the world's most trusted PCB design software, Altium Designer with 365, for free and 25% off your purchase: 🤍 Previous video: 🤍 Soldering Hot Plate video: 🤍 You can check out the Carvera CNC here (affiliate link): 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Support me for more videos: 🤍 Websites which were shown/used during the video: 🤍 🤍 🤍 In this video we will be having a closer look at the Carvera CNC machine. I initially got interested in it because the makers of the CNC claimed that it is perfect for milling PCBs at home. So I obviously had to check it out ;-) So this video is kind of like a review in which I show you all the good and bad things about the Carvera and ultimately show you whether it is truly capable of making PCBs at home. Let's get started! Thanks to JLCPCB for sponsoring this video. Visit 🤍 to get professional PCBs for low prices. Thanks to Altium for sponsoring this video. 0:00 Why Carvera CNC Machine? 1:30 Intro 2:17 Unboxing 3:47 First Power Up & Problems 5:35 Testing the Example Projects 7:37 BIG PROBLEM: Missing Software 8:16 PCB Milling 11:23 Verdict

Don't build a DIY CNC MILL until you watch this


In this video i will show you around my homemade diy cnc mill. I started this project a couple of years ago with the aim to build a cnc milling machine from scrap metal. The project is far from finished but in this video i show the machine cutting steel with a 12mm carbide insert end mill. If you enjoy this kind of content could you consider subscribing

XL 3D Printed CNC machine: Huge homemade CNC pt2


How to assemble the 3D printed root 4 CNC machine, with balls screws and DIY linear rails. I choose to go with closed loop stepper motors and a 1.5kw spindle on this build. 3D printed files are available to download here: 🤍

DIY CNC Turret Lathe - Part 1! WW202


Let's make a DIY CNC Lathe! Here's the scoop: We want to machine magnetic, single-sized hole PLUGS for our fixture plates but they need to be cost effective! The idea is to make a dedicated machine that can crank these out! We machined the bedrails and headstock, which we'll cover today. The question is: Is this going to work? This is JUST the beginning! Stay tuned to find out how it TURNS out (pun intended). The full Fusion 360 model is availablewe welcome your feedback! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Links for this video SMW Fixture Plate: 🤍 DIY CNC Lathe Fusion 360 Model | 🤍 Both Ways Adaptive | 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reach us / CNC Info: Speeds & Feeds: 🤍 Download Fusion 360: 🤍 Online Fusion 360 Training: 🤍 Hands-On CNC Classes: 🤍 SMW Products: 🤍 CNC Resources: 🤍 5 Reasons to Use a Fixture Plate on Your CNC Machine: 🤍

How to make a homemade CNC machine Part 2


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:🤍

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