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  • #CNC_Machine. #How_to_Make_CNC_Machine_at_Home. #DIY_CAM
    The idea behind this Instructable was to fulfill my desire for a desktop sized #CNC_machine. While it would have been nice to purchase an off the shelf unit the issue of price as well as size proved prohibitive. With this in mind I endeavored to design and build a three axis #CNC_machine with the following factors in mind:
    -Use Simple tools (needs only a drill press, band saw, and hand tools)
    -Low Cost (this kind of got away from me however with everything bought off the shelf the cost for all parts is under $600 (significant savings could be made by skillfully sourcing some pieces))
    -Small footprint (30″ x 25″ footprint)
    -Usable working envelope (10″ X-axis, 14″ Y-Axis, 4″ Z-Axis)
    -Relativly fast cut rate (60″ per minute)
    -Small part count (fewer than 30 unique parts)
    -Easy to source parts (all parts available from 4 sources (Home Depot + 3 online sources)
    -Ability to cut ply-wood (Succesful)
    Lets get started…

    Step 1: Others Who Have Finished.

    Step 2: Specs.
    I’m afraid I don’t have the space (or the expertise for that matter) to go into the fundamentals of #CNC here but there is one websites in particular I found quite useful in my research.
    CNCZone.com – A discussion forum which has a DIY machine section which is a wealth of knowledge ( direct link )
    Machine Details:
    Cutting Head: Dremel or Dremel Type Tool
    Axis Details:
    X Axis
    travel: 14″
    Drive: Toothed Timing Belt
    Speed: 60″ min
    Acceleration: 1″ per second2
    Resolution: 1/2000″
    Pulses Per inch: 2001

    Y Axis
    Travel: 10″
    Drive: Toothed Timing Belt
    Speed: 60″ min
    Acceleration: 1″ per second2
    Resolution: 1/2000″
    Pulses Per inch: 2001

    Z Axis (up down)
    Travel: 4″
    Drive: Threaded Rod
    Acceleration: .2″ per second2
    Speed: 12″ min
    Resolution: 1/8000″
    Pulses Per Inch: 8000

    Step 3: Required Tools.
    The goal was to try and keep the tools required within the realm of an average handyman’s shop.
    Power Tools:
    -Band Saw or Scroll Saw
    -Drill Press (drill bits 1/4″, 5/16″, 7/16″, 5/8″, 7/8″, 8mm also Q (5/16″ closest imperial drill bit)
    -Printer (seemed like the right category)
    -Dremel or Similar Tool (to attach to the finished machine)
    Hand Tools:
    -Rubber Mallet (to provide “persuasion” when neccesary)
    -Hex Keys (5/64″, 1/16″)
    -Screw Driver
    -Glue Stick (UHU) or spray adhesive
    -Adjustable Wrench (or 7/16″ socket and ratchet)

    Step 4: Required Parts.
    Sheet Stock — $20
    -a 48″ x 48″ piece of 1/2″ thick MDF (any 1/2″ sheet stock can be used I have plans to make my next version out of UHMW but cost was prohibitive this time around)
    -a 5″x5″ piece of 3/4″ thick MDF (this is used to make spacers so any piece of 3/4″ stock found around the shop could be used)….

    Table Of Content:
    00:05 Introduction
    00:57 Cutting iron bars
    01:33 Mounting the ball bearings
    02:49 Drill holes on the edge of a square tube
    03:36 Cutting 6mm threads
    05:12 Assembly of the X carriage
    06:32 Assembly of the Y carriage
    07:04 Assembly of the Z carriage
    07:19 Mounting the treaded bars for the drive
    09:38 The four drives
    10:49 Plotter
    11:58 Prove of accuracy
    13:03 Speed
    14:03 Engraving glass
    14:38 Cutting Styrofoam
    15:46 Cutting acrylic plastic
    17:45 Cutting gears with round teeth
    18:19 Cutting aluminum

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