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  #61  
Old Tue 20 December 2016, 02:22
vallie4
Just call me: towanda
 
Londo
United Kingdom
Excellent job so far! Keep them coming!
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  #62  
Old Thu 27 April 2017, 21:34
IamDave
Just call me: Davey
 
Ball Ground, GA
United States of America
I also have used a ShopBot. You are way more secure than the old models the Mechmate was based on.
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  #63  
Old Thu 10 October 2019, 08:26
robtown
Just call me: robtown
 
marietta. GA
United States of America
As for your Z axis...
What happens when you power the control box down?

Does it sink?

I'm considering some updates to my old Shopbot, linear bearings, ball screws and a new z axis.

Thanks,
R
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  #64  
Old Wed 04 December 2019, 17:53
swatkins
Just call me: Steve
 
Houston
United States of America
Quote:
Originally Posted by fozzyber2 View Post
www.anaheimautomation.com
one piece no splices.

x and y with bearings was about $1600
Could you post the parts you used?
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  #65  
Old Sun 02 February 2020, 14:25
Panovak
Just call me: Paul
 
St. Paul
United States of America
I reached out to Jerry via his business email because I too was interested in his linear rails. He got them from
Anaheim automation- tbi rails, 20mm.
The machine is apparently still running very well
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  #66  
Old Sun 02 February 2020, 22:48
swatkins
Just call me: Steve
 
Houston
United States of America
These ? https://www.anaheimautomation.com/pr...D=543&dsID=569
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Old Mon 03 February 2020, 03:11
Panovak
Just call me: Paul
 
St. Paul
United States of America
I'm not sure if they are the TRS or TRH but yes those.
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  #68  
Old Mon 03 February 2020, 08:34
fozzyber2
Just call me: jerry
 
baton rouge
United States of America
20mm Rail - 2400mm length, end length 1 of 30mm, end length 2 of
30mm ***Specials are Non-Returnable***
15 lbs each
TBI-TR20N-2040-30-30 2 195.00 1 week 390.00
TBI-TR20N-3700-20-20 - 20mm Rail - 3100mm length, end length 1 of
20mm, end length 2 of 20mm ***Specials are Non-Returnable***
27.38 lbs each
TBI-TR20N-3700-20-20 2 329.00 1 week 658.00
TBI-TRH20VL-N-Z0 - 20mm Block, TR Series, High-Assembly, No
Flange, Long Length, Normal Accuracy, No Preload
.672 lbs each
TBI TRH20VL-N-Z0 8 36.00 5 weeks 288.00
TBI-TR20-BOLTCAP TBI-TR20-BOLTCAP - Bolt Cap for TR20 rails - 9.5mm Diameter 250 0.10 In stock 25.00
Freight Charge Freight Charges going UPS ground for approx. 70 lbs. 1 290.00 4 days 290.00
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Old Mon 03 February 2020, 09:22
Panovak
Just call me: Paul
 
St. Paul
United States of America
Haha. Thanks Jerry!
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