Gallery Of Machines

An area to upload images of pieces cut using VCarve Pro
Dadof2and2
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Posts: 73
Joined: Sun Mar 03, 2013 3:10 am
Model of CNC Machine: Fine Line Automation

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by Dadof2and2 »

Fine Line Automation Kit 2ft. x 4Ft
Fine Line Automation Kit 2ft. x 4Ft

scancad
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Model of CNC Machine: Pro Carv
Location: UK
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Re: Gallery Of Machines

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Here's our Pro Carv Retrofit for Stone Memorial carving. does fine stuff too...
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Zambrano
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Joined: Tue May 20, 2014 10:48 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Home made CNC Router

Re: Gallery Of Machines

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My second cnc router. Shorter than planned.
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cutting first job
cutting first job
Painting after galvanizing
Painting after galvanizing
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AlanS
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Joined: Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:49 pm
Model of CNC Machine: KRMx02 27x50

Re: Gallery Of Machines

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Here is my Kronos Robotics KRMx02. It is a 27x50 with a 800 watt air-cooled spindle and a 1.5kw VFD.
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woody53
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Joined: Sat Jun 11, 2011 3:27 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Probotix Meteor 25 x 50
Location: Jefferson City, Mo.

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by woody53 »

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Here is my Probotix Meteor. 25 x 50, 2 1/4 HP Porter Cable spindle. Kent dust shoe picks up all the dust. Harbor Freight dust collector works great, but thinking of doing a mod like posted on here. It does what I want it too, that's what is important.

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krugshouse
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Model of CNC Machine: Blackfoot v4.2, VCP 8, Mach 3
Location: New Jersey

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by krugshouse »

A picture of my wooden DIY 4' x 8' Blackfoot v.4 machine and control stand.
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Have a safe machining day

tatinc2000
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Model of CNC Machine: Homegrown
Location: Central Minnesota

Re: Gallery Of Machines

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My homemade pile of parts.
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miopicman
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Model of CNC Machine: Home built gantry type
Location: Northeast UK

Re: Gallery Of Machines

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Here is an improved version of my second machine. In the Youtube link I explain the mechanics and electronics of the unit. The original machine was mainly made of mdf and the second was a steel version. This has been upgraded with a better linear bearing system and more substantial leadscrew and nut on all axes. Also the control system has been rationalised into an industry standard enclosure.

http://youtu.be/bBON7Kxcc_w

BTW is there a tutorial on how to use/implement this forum? i.e. how to correctly use all of the facilities along the top of this edit box.

mountaincraft
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Posts: 229
Joined: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:30 pm
Model of CNC Machine: DIY 4' x 8' CNC Router/Plasma
Location: Shingletown, Ca. 96088

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by mountaincraft »

Been doing all kinds of upgrades to my machine over the last few months...

This is the latest...

Yesterday, I installed a new cable management system for the X axis.. Was tired of broken vacuum hoses... Finally broke down and bought a cable chain, and built a mounting system and supports for it all.. Got a couple more things to do (redo the little block where the chain attaches to the gantry so it can't work loose over time, and install side barriers for the cable chain as it wants to walk a little) and then the problems associated with how I had it before should be resolved once and for all... General wiring looks better now too.. :D

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&fea...id=Epy-xaOm-7Y

rig gap
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Model of CNC Machine: Home built aluminum and steel 3 X 4 CNC
Location: Charlotte, NC

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by rig gap »

Recently purchased V-Carve Pro 8, and I'm pleased and amazed at how easy and intuitive it is...I've used other CAD/CAM packages and none are as easy to learn...I'm looking forward to doing some new stuff.

I tried (unsucessfully) to attach pics of my home built CNC router...I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong as I've changed the resolution down to a pretty small size and for some reason they aren't downloading...maybe someone can give me a hint.

Thanks for the great forum and information so far.

cabnet636
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Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by cabnet636 »

Are you using the "Upload attachment" at options when posting,, are they jpegs
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rig gap
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Model of CNC Machine: Home built aluminum and steel 3 X 4 CNC
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Re: Gallery Of Machines

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I did use the upload attachments, but nothing happened...they are JPEG

tatinc2000
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Model of CNC Machine: Homegrown
Location: Central Minnesota

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by tatinc2000 »

New Machine
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mpol0717
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Model of CNC Machine: Openbuilds ox

Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by mpol0717 »

Nice looking machine tatinc200. I like that monitor mount a lot. Mind pointing me in a direction to get my hands on one? That looks sharp and a great space saver.

tatinc2000
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Re: Gallery Of Machines

Post by tatinc2000 »

mpol0717 wrote:Nice looking machine tatinc200. I like that monitor mount a lot. Mind pointing me in a direction to get my hands on one? That looks sharp and a great space saver.
Which motor? The nema motor mounts are cncrouterparts clones and the router motor mount is also a clone but I don't remember where from. The plate it is mounted to is a cncrouterparts z plate clone.

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