Is it LowRider?

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  • #35439

    Vladimir
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    Or something else?
    At least it works and I like it 🙂

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    Ryan
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    Wowzers!

    #35451

    John Price
    Participant

    Beautiful build!

    #35452

    Barry
    Participant

    Need more pictures!!!

    #35453

    Jeffeb3
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    +1 for more details and pictures. It looks pretty sweet. And pretty clean. Does it work?

    #35473

    Vladimir
    Participant

    It works perfectly – at least an angle error is less 0.1 degree (angle – is problem for MPCNC)
    And more photos:

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    #37804

    richard
    Participant

    hello,
    sorry for my english it s not my natural language, i’m french.
    i’ve seen your lowrider and i expect to use the same parkside rouder (1st picture) i expect 1st using the ‘linear motion’ of the router on the Z axis.
    is there a reason why you didnt use them?
    is it possible to ha ve a view of the mont you use for the router?
    thanks every body for showing and explaining all your work
    as soon i received all my components i ll show you my version of low rider using old alloy profile hope it ll works as well as yours
    thanks again

    #37816

    Vladimir
    Participant

    Hi Richard,
    I have 2 spindle options – Parkside router and Parkside rotary tool 🙂

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    I didn’t understand your question about Z axis – machine uses 2 stepper for Z axis in both side, like Prusa 3D printer.

    #37839

    richard
    Participant

    thanks for the video i was speaking of the base of router with spring and columns that you take off the router
    i ll try to use it first as Z axis
    what kind of bit do you use
    are you satisfied of the parkside router or do you prefer the other parkside tool
    thanks

    #37842

    Vladimir
    Participant

    Router is too powerful, noisy, dusty and power hungry. I prefer to use rotary tool with 2…3mm corn end mill https://www.aliexpress.com/item/5Pcs-End-Milling-Cutter-Tool-Drill-Bit-3-175mm-Shank-3mm-Cutting-Dia-Tungsten-Carbide-PCB/32702374626.html?spm=2114.13010608.0.0.xGnUyE for plywood.

    #37852

    richard
    Participant

    thanks for all the information i m continuing studying this project
    and a great thanks again

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