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C-Bot

Jan 10, 2015
Category
H-Bot
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Build in Progress...

A robust Core XY style 3D printer that has a clean parallel belt implementation and whose dimensions are adaptable to meet builder's needs. The use of open builds V-slot and other open hardware make customization easy.

My Ox

Feb 23, 2015 at 2:24 AM
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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Build in Progress...

What I want to build is a unit to: rout wood, plastic and occasional aluminium . to be able to swap cutters. i.e. drragknife, laser, router, drill

OpenBuilds OX CNC Machine

Feb 18, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

OpenBuilds OX CNC Machine. A strong easy to build shop CNC router that can be sized to suit your needs. Many new features have been incorporated into the OX to make it a great router that is sure to inspire!

OX AI

Jan 24, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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Build in Progress...

This will be an Aluminum OX build. Plates and all design credit goes to Mark from open builds. I may add my own touches but mainly this is to see how Aluminum plates perform

V-Slot Belt Driven Linear Actuator Build

Jan 27, 2015
Category
Other Builds

Quick and Simple V-Slot Gantry System. This example build shows how easy it is to make a linear actuator using a few OpenBuilds Parts. You can mount this system an many ways so be sure to download the example models.

Triple C-Bot

Feb 25, 2015 at 11:31 AM
Category
3D PRINTER BUILDS
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Build in Progress...

Based on the work of Carl Feniak and his C-Bot. A robust Core XY style 3D printer that has a clean parallel belt implementation and whose dimensions are adaptable to meet builder's needs. The use of open builds V-slot and other open hardware make customization easy. Utilizing a 300x300 build plate this derivation utilizes three lead screws, synced to a single motor via gt2 belt

OpenBuilds OX 48x48 Aluminum

Apr 4, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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Build in Progress...

Variant on the OpenBuilds OX CNC Router, enlarged with 1500mm length beams for a cutting area of 48" x 48". Based on the original model, the larger of the two, with the addition of a third 20x60 beam on the gantry for strength. Estimated cost is around $1100, minus the router.

CNC xPRO Driver

Jan 8, 2015
Category
OTHER BUILDS/PROJECTS
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Build Complete!

Spark Concepts CNC xPRO Driver. A new GRBL compatible, all-in-one stepper driver board with 4 motor controllers for XYZ + 1 clone (or rotary!). Capable of powering your next build with an ATX PSU (or 12V 2 wire supply), and ready for wireless printing. Compatible with Arduino (wireless robots anyone?)

Lautr3k RepRap

Feb 12, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style Bots

A 3D printer without belts, a print volume of 320x320x260mm, obviously the V-Slot as linear guide! and a maximum of printed pieces.

Black Panther QR

Feb 22, 2015 at 5:56 AM
Category
Cartesian Style Bots
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

The QuadRap 3D printer version based on OpenBuilds wheels. Born in https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/103539262895202172380

Laser V

Feb 15, 2014
Category
Laser Cutter Builds

With such great success/attention my laser got, I ended up with a good friend that would like to dabble in stencil art and so I have decided to share my build with him and you here :) I will be using all the same electronics as in my previous build except the driver boards I will be using are the famous reprap 4988's they are more easy to come by and cost less. I will also be using open builds mini v wheels/v groove extrusion just so I can get a feel for their versatile products

myOX : a 4' x 2' OX CNC with potential

Feb 21, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

This is the story of me building myOX - my version of the "ideal" OX. I wanted a machine which could route/mill at least 4' wide and as long as I can feed through (don't be shy, think "infinity") as well as going deep on multiple faces - a manual 4th axis. I have loads of ideas to take myOX towards that goal and way beyond. Time will tell. Just follow along through this build and possibly a few others along the way ... Check out my OXCalculator : let your computer figure out your BoM

MaxBox

Jan 2, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style Bots
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

Simple cartesian style CNC. Uses ACME screws for all 3 axes, 20x40 v-slots and should have 50cm x 50cm x 50cm work volume.

Non OX CNC Router

Jan 19, 2015
Category
CNC ROUTER BUILDS
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Build in Progress...

This CNC Router is to 95% made of standard parts and almost all of them from the http://openbuildspartstore.com/.

CubeSpawn Ultimaker 3D Printer Module

Feb 17, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style Bots
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Build in Progress...

This 3D printer is an implementation of the Ultimaker 3D printer Using the Modular approach, many of the parts from the CubeSpawn 3 axis mill translate straight across into this design, so adding new concepts should go quicker

Embroidery machine with XY belt and pinion drive.

Apr 22, 2014
Category
Other Builds
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Build in Progress...

A simple Embroidery machine using an XY belt and pinion drive to drive a hoop under a standard sewing machine. Needle timing, machine power and stepper control are all provided by a PIC processor. A tablet provides the higher level formatting required for communicating with the PIC chip.

MOX CNC

Feb 17, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build in Progress...

Build of my Multiple OX CNC. It's goal is to run in 2 differents modes : router and 3D printer modes. The router mode will allows the use of a laser diode or a standard spindle.

bOX

Feb 15, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
Build Progress
Build Complete!

A bigger OX. As this build is nothing new I will detail my build process, I am not an experienced builder, this will maybe help someone else. The size of the bOX will be 100cmx75cm. I will use aluminium plates, a tinyG, and most probably only open source / free software.

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