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Tom R
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Location: Glendora, New Jersey

Post by Tom R »

Jay, thank you and yes that old Super Pac Man still works. I was a Space Invaders guy myself.

Dave, as they say if it isn't broken don't fix it. Eventually I will be getting a new machine but right now this baby just keeps on ticking.

Other than having to re-calibrate every now and then it is amazing the detail this machine can do.
When I get a chance I will put up some examples of work done on this old girl.

Tom

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Les_linton
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Model of CNC Machine: ViperX7
Location: Pekin, IL

Post by Les_linton »

It would take three days of cleaning for me to post a picture of my prt 96 next to Dave's.

:shock:

Les

kevinl
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Post by kevinl »

Cool thread guys. Here is a picture of my machine. It was built by dynacnc. Maybe someday I can say I built one myself. Will see how this pictuure turns out. I dont know much about resizing pictures.
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kevinl
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Post by kevinl »

ok one more try.

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Les_linton
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Model of CNC Machine: ViperX7
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Post by Les_linton »

Looks like you got it that time.

Looks great.

Les

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dighsx
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Post by dighsx »

What are the holes in the machine bed? Is it a clamping system? Also what's your cutting area? Machine looks nice and clean.
Take it easy.
Jay (www.cncjay.com)

CRFultz
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Post by CRFultz »

kevinl wrote:Cool thread guys. Here is a picture of my machine. It was built by dynacnc. Maybe someday I can say I built one myself. Will see how this pictuure turns out. I dont know much about resizing pictures.

Nice machine Kevin,
I like the clean design,.....it looks like a rack and pinion...it that right?
Where are the x and y motors located?

Chuck

lpcsales
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Post by lpcsales »

Hey Kevin, that's a nice looking cnc you have. I like the framing on it too. Makes it look 'machined' and I bet it was an easy one to assemble.

How old is it?
Dave
Epilog 24TT 40w and Legend 36EXT 75w Laser Engravers, Roland SP-300V, BabyLoc PR600 Embroidery Machine, Panther 24" Vinyl Cutter, Mighty Presses (hat & T-Shirt), PRT48 Router

kevinl
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Post by kevinl »

Should have put a description along with my picture post. The holes in the table are for a clamping system that I wanted to try, It works great and I use the clamps or double sided tape on everything I have cut so far. Dimensions are 48"x 96" acually it can travel a tad more in either axis. It is a rack and pinion setup and the servos are hidden in the picuture by the carriage. Have had the machine a few months now.

Ok if I have the picture thing figured out a picture of the clamps will be below.
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Warren
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Model of CNC Machine: Router
Location: Bordeaux, France

Post by Warren »

Here is No. 2 of 3

Built Circa 1987 by Industrial Electronics Ltd. Cambridgeshire UK.(No longer trading)
Model, Opticut.
Table size, 10'x5'
Twin Perske spindles + 4 Auxillaries,
Vacuum pod hold down.
North East Electronics PNC4 control. (Needs to be updated.)

Machine is in working order but due to having purchesed a more modern, versitile machine, this one is no longer used. (Seems a real shame.)

If anyone is interested in acquiring this one, for a small donation, it is available.
I am not trying to sell this machine but if any VCarve Pro user can find a use for it I am willing to let it go.

Regards,
Warren.

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Paul A
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Model of CNC Machine: Shopbot-Laser-Custom CNC & Indexer
Location: Watford & Waterville

Post by Paul A »

Hi Warren

I am interested in the router, how much were you looking for ?

I can be contacted at benchmark (at ) tesco.net.


Many thanks


Paul

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Post by Kimon »

Was inspired by an earlier post so I added a laser sight to mine. Found it at Woodcraft onsale for 30 dollars or so.
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Here is a llink to bad video but you can see the laser http://video.google.com/videouploadfini ... zA5NjI.MOV

CRFultz
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Post by CRFultz »

Warren wrote:Here is No. 2 of 3

Built Circa 1987 by Industrial Electronics Ltd. Cambridgeshire UK.(No longer trading)
Model, Opticut.
Table size, 10'x5'
Twin Perske spindles + 4 Auxillaries,
Vacuum pod hold down.
North East Electronics PNC4 control. (Needs to be updated.)

Machine is in working order but due to having purchesed a more modern, versitile machine, this one is no longer used. (Seems a real shame.)

If anyone is interested in acquiring this one, for a small donation, it is available.
I am not trying to sell this machine but if any VCarve Pro user can find a use for it I am willing to let it go.






Regards,
Warren.


So Warren, how much do ya think postage would be to Texas????? :wink:

Jason Marsha
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Post by Jason Marsha »

Warren wrote:Here is No. 2 of 3

Built Circa 1987 by Industrial Electronics Ltd. Cambridgeshire UK.(No longer trading)
Model, Opticut.
Table size, 10'x5'
Twin Perske spindles + 4 Auxillaries,
Vacuum pod hold down.
North East Electronics PNC4 control. (Needs to be updated.)

Machine is in working order but due to having purchesed a more modern, versitile machine, this one is no longer used. (Seems a real shame.)

If anyone is interested in acquiring this one, for a small donation, it is available.
I am not trying to sell this machine but if any VCarve Pro user can find a use for it I am willing to let it go.

Regards,
Warren.


That's one mean looking puppy. :D


Jason

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