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What to consider when building a desktop diy cnc router

This page is in the works.

Velox CNC router DIY.
What to consider when making your CNC router.

My experience:
Built small desktops, plasma, to 16x 5 foot machines.

Frame of the machine
Steppers versus servo.

Lead screw over Ballscrews

Rails over shafts
Bearings

Stepper motors have a particular rpm where the torque is strong. You want to know this because this information will assist with building a cnc that is less likely to lose steps.

.100 pitch with one start is good with using a 280 oz/in stepper motor. Good cutting rate is 40-100 IPM using gecko drives.

I have heard of lower priced drivers losing steps after 30 IPM.


Nema 23 versus Nema 34
Feed rate - How fast do you have to cut?
Rpm
Speed control
Power cords
Computer
Hold down clamps
T slots
Wood and t slots
Polycarbonate
Drop plate
Dust hood
Ring on tools
Vacuum handle
Grease first

Misting units: http://www.itwfpg.com/acculube/applicators.html

 

TAble tops

Flex not slop
Pulley
Direct
Dual supported ends
Paralleled
Mach 3
WinCNC

 

80/20

Dust hood

Router selection

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Material

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Dust
Vacuum table
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