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WannaBe CNC - First time design and build

Apr 5, 2017
Category
CNC ROUTER BUILDS
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Design Change - Version 2.0 has a smaller foot print, custom gantry supports, and front and back covers. I will use standard V-Slot for gantry supports leaving me enough travel to manufacture the customer supports with this machine when completed. then update to final build. I also plan to install the controller into the front cover and power supply into the back cover. Should be nice and tidy.

My first CNC - The C-Beam Basic

Sep 14, 2016
Category
X/Y Table Style CNC Mill
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I am a newbie and this is my first build. After hours and hours of research I decided on the C-Beam. I will be changing one or two things but I will basically be building this as per Mark's video.

Ooznest build - 1500mm x 1000mm

Apr 2, 2016
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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Its the first build for me so its just the story of me attempting to build the kit and hopefully end up with something I can use. Hopefully without destroying anything or anyone.

OXBear

Sep 3, 2015
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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Build in Progress...

ANOTHER OX!~ Huge Thanks to Marc Carew and Open Builds. The primary reason I am building this CNC mill is to aid in my homemade snowboard creation. I am going to try and document as much of everything as I can and post it here to help others going a similar route. I know from past projects that taking the time to document each step can be tedious when you want to charge ahead but I will try! I hoping to get feedback on my design choices and set up as I am a complete newbie to CNC.

no xp cnc

Oct 30, 2014
Category
Cartesian Style CNC
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This is my first cnc build, never used one before and don't know too much besides what i've read a little bit about them online. It's probably going to be about 31" y axis with hopefully around 4ft x axis, z height is still to be determined.

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