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Another OX, but this one is MINE :-)

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by Trunkmonky, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. Trunkmonky

    Trunkmonky Well-Known
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  2. Tim Curtis

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    Looking good so far. Did you print the parts out of PEGT or ABS?
     
  3. tru168

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    nice ! I don't know if 3D printed parts can really perform well, can't wait to see for your result !
     
  4. Trunkmonky

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    Thanks! The pieces were printed in ABS. The original idea was to have the router build its own replacement parts, but my printers quality isn't what I had hoped and I will be switching to steel for the X axis when I get the chance. I should be able to use the printed Y and Z axis plates for a few test cuts at very least.
     
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  5. Savvas

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    It's great to see CNC machines being built with parts made on 3D printers. :)
     

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