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  • #19233

    Martin DB
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    I’ve started to print a J MPCNC as I’ve bought 1″ stainless steel tube. It’s a small build, as the work size will be 225mm x 225mm.

    #19323

    Martin DB
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    More printed parts. All fits great, here testing the tube with the bearings.

    #19394

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Nice I love the black hardware!

    #20397

    Martin DB
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    Slowly I’m printing and assembling all the parts.
    I’m printing at 30mm/s, .35mm nozzle and .2 mm layer… it’s very slow, but the parts are tough and very nice. All fits great.

    #20410

    Walter
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    it might speed things up a bit to use .26 or .28 mm layer height. .26 is recommended, but .28 divides by .35 better. where you found a .35 nozzle i dont know… but whatever.

    #20415

    Martin DB
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    jaja from China! It comes with my diy 3d printer kit… (geeetech)

    #20417

    Walter
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    the one i got from china was somewhere between .4 and 1.2 … jk
    it was all f’d up to print with.

    #20953

    Martin DB
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    Productive sunday… almost ready. Starting to think how I’ll wire steppers (serial or parallel??) and run the wires…

    #21166

    Martin DB
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    My first test…. gcode generated with easel

    #22008

    Martin DB
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    Today I’ve finished my spoilboard with threaded inserts and made my first dremel machining… It’s very simple but I think is great!

    A video of my first “cut”
    https://goo.gl/photos/Dk4ojhLTY8qgNXP58

    And some pictures attached form the mpcnc with the dremel attached and the chinese 5.5w laser.

    #22013

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Dang, that is super clean.

    #22015

    Martin DB
    Participant

    Thanks Vicious. Really it’s a great machine. Thanks for sharing it.

    #22217

    Christian Hidalgo
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    Hola, para las piezas usaste PLA o ABS? Saludos.

    #22305

    Martin DB
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    Hola, usé pla max de printalot. Las piezas quedaron excelentes.

    #23878

    Martin DB
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    This christmas Santa brought me a rotary power tool to replace my dremel. It’s a Martin’s 735 (An argentinian brand, so it’s easier to get replacements and cheaper than Dewalt/Dremel tools).
    It has 420W of power, 25000 rpm, 1/4 and 1/8 clamps.

    I was testing pine wood and mdf cuts. It’s like cutting butter.
    I’ll try aluminum milling tomorrow.

    #23914

    Very nice build, congratulations!
    it seems from the pictures that your motors have encoders? How do did you wire them on the RAMPS? Do they work in closed loop?

    #23921

    Martin DB
    Participant

    Thank you @proud. My motors are just regular nema 17.

    #23959

    Martin DB
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    First aluminum test run…

    https://goo.gl/photos/DPRoQH4Zj7QtU5Sp8

    Not so bad, not so good… I have to make more tests….

    #24843

    Martin DB
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    Testing some vinyl cutting. Really the MPCNC it’s a versatile machine!

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