- Michael HensenParticipantSeptember 3, 2016 at 7:59 amPost count: 6
After a long time printing and doing other stuff, I managed to get my MPCNC assembled.. Just the electronic part is yet to be done.. But that ain’t the hardest part 🙂
I must complement Viscious on this design.. I absolutely love it. Especially the big bulk of Z-assembly is one hack of a design!!
Not the biggest, but a size that I can afford in my room.
This one will be used for drone frame cutting, 3d printer frames etc.. and hopefully some laser imaging, as long as I can be creative I will use it 🙂
Images to prove !
vicious1KeymasterSeptember 4, 2016 at 9:52 amPost count: 2674
Nice is that stainless?
I just got some new bits in the mail, If you don’t already have a cutter for you carbon fiber I think I have the one you want. 1/8″ though is that too big for your screw holes? I’ll see if I can get some 1/16″
I have been wanting to do a carbon fiber routing video because I get asked about it a lot. Could you suggest a source for the most commonly used stuff for quad/drone frames?johanParticipantSeptember 4, 2016 at 12:52 pmPost count: 32
Cheapest place for carbon is Ebay or hobbyking.
Get tough bits because carbon milling eats bits because its so abrasive.vicious1KeymasterSeptember 4, 2016 at 1:12 pmPost count: 2674
These look pretty serious.
Attachments:Michael HensenParticipantSeptember 4, 2016 at 9:46 pmPost count: 6
Yes Vicious, it is stainless… looks real nice and runs smooth!
For the drones we always tend to order parts at banggood or surveilzone.com, I know that delivery takes more time but the prices are better and shippingcosts are low.
The only problem is that you need to plan ahead and order some spares 🙂
Keep me posted on the bits! I haven’t ordered anything in that direction as I need to test the MPCNC first before I start cutting up the expensive carbon. I want to make sure all is straight and working as I want. Also I have experience in 3D printing but none in CNC machines.. So I have a bit of a learning curve. Therefor I will start of with some drawings and wood milling before I am confident enough. But even then I will do test runs with G10 material and test the design in a real build and flight.. If that all works out only then I would cut it from the full carbon sheet. And yep it is really expensive.. I would like to test the durability of G10 too. as it looks it can take a beating too!
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