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Re: 3040 Router/mill

Hold down clamps: The clamps aren't bad, but instead of T-nuts they just have you put a hex-head bolt in the slot. Doesn't work. I made nuts out of 1/8" x
Jerry Durand
Feb 10
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3040 Router/mill

I'm starting to do some more work with the 3040 CNC router/mill and figured I'd give a report. The motor is something like 350W, seems adequate for what I'm
Jerry Durand
Feb 10
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markknx
Feb 8
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38146

Re: Tool and Collet Storage Racks [1 Attachment]

No its an EXCELLO CNC knee mill. Gerald VE4ACE
backyard_cnc
Feb 8
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38145

Re: Tool and Collet Storage Racks [1 Attachment]

Is that blue behind the holders a Hurco Mill? Leon Robinson    K5JLR Political Correctness is a Political Disease. From: "backyard_cnc@... [MILL_DRILL]"
Leon Robinson
Feb 8
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Tool and Collet Storage Racks

I made up these neat storage racks to organize my various tooling. The unit on the left is R8 and the right side is MT3. Puts a lot of tools at easy access
backyard_cnc
Feb 8
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38143

Re: mill drill X axis power feed

I'm interested in the nema 34 motor one piece for now. Please conct me directly at rjitreeman0909@... Details about motor, recommendations for driver,
rjitreeman0909
Feb 6
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38142

Re: mill drill X axis power feed

I agree that you can direct drive the x axis with a nema 34 stepper motor. I have 3 465 oz in motor on my mill drill and they run great. Additionally you don't
Dan Mauch
Feb 6
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Re: mill drill X axis power feed

I can tell you that a 425 oz-in stepper motor will run the X-axis in direct drive. If you were to drive with a stepper motor you don't need a clutch. Just turn
Paul Thompson
Feb 5
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38140

Re: mill drill X axis power feed

The unit on enco page 489 has a maximum peak torque of 580 pounds  GP From: "Roger Blair Roger.Blair@... [MILL_DRILL]"
paulguenter@att.net
Feb 5
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38139

Re: mill drill X axis power feed

Maybe newtons? 780/n/ = 175.351/lbf/ Just a thought... Roger Blair
Roger Blair
Feb 5
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Re: mill drill X axis power feed

I just took a very quick look at USE-ENCO, and I found power feeds with stated capability ranging from 135 to 150 inch pounds. (Catalog page 489) Not sure
internal_fire
Feb 5
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internal_fire
Feb 5
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Re: Chained driver

On 02/04/2016 04:20 PM, 'Terry Coombs' snagone@... [MILL_DRILL] ... I once worked on the design for some new medical equipment for patient contact
Jerry Durand
Feb 4
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Re: Chained driver

Did you hear the one where the fool sued the ladder company and won. Seems they Didn't put a safety warning on the ladder stating you should not stand it on a
Pete Mclaughlin
Feb 4
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