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     Jesperpark 
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    Awww that’s a cute little guy

    Sorry my work has a 5′ x 10′ Thermwood CNC ;-)   CNC’s are fun

    #78656
     randr 
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    well that’s a big one! I figure this one will be a good size for my back yard shop. I just hate woodworking in my back garage I have 3 cars and a motorcycle that get covered with dust

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     randr 
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    This is concerning! Looks like he didn’t clamp it down good enough

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    #78663
     jbg4208 
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    Holy Geeeez!

    #78667
     randr 
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    Has anyone done pcb milling in a cnc?

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    #78668
     Jesperpark 
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    This is concerning! Looks like he didn’t clamp it down good enough

    Dust extraction and depth cuts are important.  Most definitely needs better hold down

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by  Jesperpark.
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     Scottacus 
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    A buddy of mine has an industrial CNC machine and the base has a sheet of MDF attached to it to act as a sacrifice for cuts through the material being machined.  He starts out by running a large mill cutter over the MDF to level it before cutting his material.  The suction that holds the work piece in place is so strong that it sucks THROUGH THE MDF to the work piece to hold it in place.  He fired it up for me the other day and asked me if I thought I could move the 4 x 8 foot work piece with the suction on through the MDF.  I pushed so hard that my feet slid on the floor and I couldn’t budge the piece.  I wonder if the PCB is being held down by suction?

    #78721
     randr 
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    Got the first piece of the puzzle today.

     

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     randr 
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    Another part showed up Has scratches on it like it’s used! Did not buy a used one! Oh well

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     randr 
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    Another part! Lol

     

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     Jesperpark 
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    Where did you find all the parts, and so fast?  I know the black piece can be bought from Ebay

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     randr 
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    The parts I got so far are the glass, black ball trail molded thing and the  screened bezel for display. Besides side art and control panel graphic nothing else is available so I ordered these parts online from various places. I hope to get making cabinet very soon then tackle the play field but first I need to make room for cnc in my shop thinking of making a folding table for it this weekend but will be guessing on footprint as I won’t have cnc for a couple weeks

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     HauntFreaks 
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    I did find this image in github with some code for what looks like rasberrypi. hmmmm

    I cant see why you would need anything more than a Pi ….. plus the pi is so damn easy….

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     HauntFreaks 
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     HauntFreaks 
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    I was telling randr that i could build a mini version ;)    I have a cnc a machinist buddy and I built… but its only 12.5″ x 37″ max cut
    I used to manufacture parts for multirotor copters…. the video is it milling a case for a PCB, and the biggest thing i made with it was a xmas gift for my wife, a drawing table

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     randr 
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    Table looks nice!

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    #78901
     rothbauerw 
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    I was going to ask why randr didn’t just build his own cnc? I mean, if you’re going to do it, right?

    Current Project: Perpetual updates of Pinball Magic

    #78904
     randr 
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    I was going to years ago but never got around to it and now they are priced decent. I even have Linear actuators for the build but just never did it

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    #79198
     randr 
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    So was thinking….

    ill make a work surface for cnc but man what a waste as even though I have a large shop it will be only for cnc so….

    im making the surface fold away and take up only 18-20” wide when not in use then I can roll thing out flip up and cnc will be ready to go. But then the thing can flip again and be nothing but a blank workspace!

    Here is the start of this project in my messy shop

    more pictures to come and will make more sense

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     Jodannar 
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    I seriously envy the size of the workspace you have!

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