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  #61  
Old Fri 04 June 2010, 05:02
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
As I did relay and laser boards. The small instruction in pictures.
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  #62  
Old Fri 04 June 2010, 09:55
Sergio-k
Just call me: Sergio #61
 
Athens
Greece
Dmitriy that's a professional job you've done there, congratulations.
I'm thinking of buying a Roland allready
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  #63  
Old Fri 04 June 2010, 11:22
vishnu
Just call me: vishnu
 
Coimbatore(TN)
India
I think we have more Pro's than Rookies here, very nice work. Keep going
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  #64  
Old Fri 04 June 2010, 13:49
smreish
Just call me: Sean - #5, 28, 58 and others
 
Orlando, Florida
United States of America
...or you can ask one of the members that has a MM already to machine the single layer board for you and not have to touch the chemicals! Just thinking....
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  #65  
Old Wed 30 June 2010, 07:48
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
30-06-2010
It is finished "kitchen table" and I have seen the first movement of the motor of my MM.

Link to video (30Mb)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUHlVGlatcA
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  #66  
Old Wed 30 June 2010, 08:07
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
And a few photo of my "kitchen table"
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  #67  
Old Wed 30 June 2010, 12:29
smreish
Just call me: Sean - #5, 28, 58 and others
 
Orlando, Florida
United States of America
Very clean and well executed. Look at that custom standoff!
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  #68  
Old Wed 07 July 2010, 21:42
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
08-07-2010.
Small progress in building.
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  #69  
Old Wed 07 July 2010, 21:45
vishnu
Just call me: vishnu
 
Coimbatore(TN)
India
Nice clean design & execution, would love to see them kick dust.

Vishnu
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  #70  
Old Wed 07 July 2010, 23:40
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
That is very neat!
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  #71  
Old Thu 08 July 2010, 05:59
MetalHead
Just call me: Mike
 
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Man that looks awesome. Cool work on the circuit board.
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  #72  
Old Thu 08 July 2010, 16:59
JamesJ
Just call me: Jim #104 (retired)
 
Kansas
United States of America
Looks great, care to share the circuit?
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  #73  
Old Thu 08 July 2010, 20:34
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Look at his 2 June post.
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  #74  
Old Thu 08 July 2010, 21:53
JamesJ
Just call me: Jim #104 (retired)
 
Kansas
United States of America
Thanks
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  #75  
Old Fri 09 July 2010, 04:21
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all!

I am very glad that my work was pleasant to you. I have a little changed the scheme and have checked up on the mi MM, all works.
Here I spread the total scheme, it is possible to someone will help.
http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/3416/..._daf95000_orig

Success to all in building MM!
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  #76  
Old Fri 09 July 2010, 04:27
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
I have excluded button E-stop on Z-car. I think it difficultly to use, when the spindle is in the table centre. To reach edge Y-car much easier.
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  #77  
Old Fri 09 July 2010, 05:33
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Sometimes we are walking on top of the big table while the machine is working, that is why we have buttons on the small car.
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  #78  
Old Fri 09 July 2010, 06:33
smreish
Just call me: Sean - #5, 28, 58 and others
 
Orlando, Florida
United States of America
...and when the machine is cutting near the end of the table (where most small part work happens) the Car based Estop and control buttons are essential to daily operation. Actually, come to think of it, I can't remember the last time I used the end buttons!

Just my 2 cents.
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  #79  
Old Thu 30 September 2010, 10:02
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Z-axiz on linear bearings and the ball screw

Greetings to all again.

After long think and experiments I have stopped on this variant of mine Z-axiz. E-bay - a great thing! I have bought there linear bearings and the ball screw.

Full travel of mine Z-axiz makes 250 mm. I plan to process on the 4-axiz details to 500 mm in diameter.
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  #80  
Old Thu 30 September 2010, 10:38
cncb
Just call me: Brian
 
Connecticut
United States of America
That's one heavy duty z axis!
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  #81  
Old Mon 04 October 2010, 10:47
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all.

What do you think about this ?

Toolchangerwsystem Kress FME530, FME800, FME 1050

# housing made of Aluminium 7075, hard anodized
# spindleshaft made of stainless-steel
# double spindle ball bearings (Hybrid-Ceramic, class P4, Typ HY S 61904 C TXM P4 UL)
# concentricity 0,01mm
# fine balanced
# holding force on the cone 200N
# SK15 toolholder ER11 Collets (1-8mm)
# operating pressure 8 bar
# fixing with 43mm Euroneck
# driving speed up to 28.000 rpm
# complete diameter 59mm
# to be suitable for FME30, FME 800 und FME 1050

599,00 EUR
incl. 19 % Tax excl.Shipping costs
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  #82  
Old Mon 04 October 2010, 12:53
danilom
Just call me: Danilo #64
 
Novi Sad
Serbia
Most powerfull kress is 1050Watt, you could use it for engraving, but for some serious cutting you need more power.
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  #83  
Old Wed 06 October 2010, 11:05
cncb
Just call me: Brian
 
Connecticut
United States of America
It would be a shame to see you build such a stout machine and z axis to use such a small/low powered spindle.
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  #84  
Old Wed 06 October 2010, 12:41
IN-WondeR
Just call me: Kim
 
Randers
Denmark
Thatcher is a beautiful z slide. Any chance og getting Some high res photos by mail? Could've be a very interesting design to use on my new creation. It looks very sturdy. And the travel is perfect.
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  #85  
Old Wed 06 October 2010, 23:55
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Quote:
Originally Posted by cncb View Post
It would be a shame to see you build such a stout machine and z axis to use such a small/low powered spindle.

I don't plan to use Kress as the basic spindle. I have shown an additive on Kress with automatic change of the tool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kp0SAeR-Kg

There can be use as an additional spindle for finishing processing at 3D.
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  #87  
Old Thu 07 October 2010, 09:34
IN-WondeR
Just call me: Kim
 
Randers
Denmark
Dmitriy

That is a great set of pictures.
The simplicity of the z-slide is amazing, and I would have wished that I had thought of something like this before I made my current z-slide.
But this will be so simple to make, that it will not be a problem to make it.
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  #88  
Old Thu 07 October 2010, 12:35
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Kim.

Here not all so is simple. I regret, but metal rolling has no ideal geometry. Welding too can't be exact. Therefore the pipes and a channel, welded together, should be milled. It not is accessible to all.
It is one of variants...
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  #89  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 04:52
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all!

I have progress in building MM.
Today I the happiest person.
MM has started to move!

I want to tell to Gerald of a word of the big gratitude!

You do people happy!
Thanks you big!
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  #90  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 04:55
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Here video of the first cut.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPF52sH_R9A
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