- February 26, 2017 at 2:13 am #28469
This is my MPCNC
Made with 25mm Stainless Steel. Printed in PLA.
Cutting area is:
The Spindle is a Kress 1050 FME-1 with 5000 to 25000 RPM
Because of its size and the instability, a friend has designed me brackets, with which I fixed the mpcnc on the walls.
This allows me to experience high speeds. There is no more shaking at rapid starts and brakes.
You can find them here:
I’ve been playing around for about 8 weeks now and have already worn a lot of bits.
Meanwhile, I have at least understood how I have to work wood.
Next, a box is built around the MPCNC to keep the dust in check.
Then I’ll go to work with lasers 🙂
Thanks Vicious1 for sharing your awesome build with us!
- This topic was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by Timo.
Attachments:February 26, 2017 at 3:48 am #28477
Great build. That wall anchor is a good idea.
What’s with the big Z? You can’t really carve that deep into wood without having really long bits, right? Am I missing something?February 26, 2017 at 4:07 am #28479
No, the big Z is just for using my MPCNC as a 3D Printer.
Although I have more fun at the moment on wood as on 3D printing 🙂
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