X4 from Robotcutters

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Marajah
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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby Marajah » Mon May 23, 2016 7:44 pm

mozvilla wrote: do I really require the stepper motors now that there is a 5-axis controller?
Ballscrews are always the best. Even in your case.

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SysBot
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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby SysBot » Sat May 28, 2016 11:44 am

x4 is complete rubbish. Unless you want to do some cake icing?

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mozvilla
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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby mozvilla » Sat May 28, 2016 11:45 am

Ok guys. Let me put my quiz this way.
I have £1500-3000, what CNC would you get?

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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby Turner » Sat May 28, 2016 12:13 pm

mozvilla wrote:Ok guys. Let me put my quiz this way.
I have £1500-3000, what CNC would you get?
That will also depend on what you have. For example, workshop space, CNC knowledge etc.

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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby mozvilla » Sat May 28, 2016 12:14 pm

I just turned my large double garage into a workshop, so the space is good. I also have 8 x 4. I can however extend it if need be. I have expertise in electrical engineering and am currently renovating my place plus the workshop. 3D printing is my hobby. So learning curve won’t be too steep for me

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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby ImagineDragons » Mon May 30, 2016 1:12 pm

You are forgetting something important. What are you intending to do with the CNC?

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mozvilla
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Re: X4 from Robotcutters

Postby mozvilla » Mon May 30, 2016 1:14 pm

ImagineDragons wrote:You are forgetting something important. What are you intending to do with the CNC?

Sorry. I want to do some woodwork. No some but lots of them. Tables with patterns, carved signs, and a lot more. I would want to do all this without any compromise on quality


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