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    Sticky: Re: Joes CNC Model 2006 R-1

    the ones in blue look like they are for tapping 1/4" to it should be around 0.19", Also the antibacklash nut housing is only for acme nuts if you are using them, if you ate using dumpster delron nuts...
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    Re: Joes 2006 files

    Try this link.

    http://www.joescnc.com/JoesCNC2006/Joes_CNC_Model_2006_R-2.zip
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    Sticky: Re: Joes CNC Model 2006 R-1

    He will probably glue aspoil board on top of that and then when it gets worn resurface it many times, then when it gets to low, resurface then add another spoil board on top and do a final surface.
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    Sticky: Re: Joes CNC Model 2006 R-1

    good to hear.
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    Sticky: Re: Joes CNC Model 2006 R-1

    You may want to look at the tensile strength, I think it may be lower than HDPE but in this application may be just fine. Also I believe that some of those materials is oil impregnated for self...
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    Sticky: Re: Joes CNC Model 2006 R-1

    Some have done it but the acrylic can be brittle. I had made some of my hybrid out of acrylic and it worked.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    It is bolted, and shown in my forums and plan drawing.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    In my forums once you have access there are template files to download.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    Yes I am, Can you resend or forward the email?

    Thanks

    Edit: Sorry it was a message here, Its better to send me email, But I just responded to your PM.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    It is not just a regular e-chain this is an open e-chain, meaning you can flip open each link open and place the cable inside then snap it closed, I have found this allot more useful than trying to...
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    The one with the red buttons are from cncrouterparts.com, that is also when we get the rack and pinion kit and some get their electronics from there also helps save on shipping.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    There has been quite a few build done, I just been a little busy to post them here but I will try my best.
    I always like seeing the machines move for the first time.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Hybrid

    can you send again? i get allot of email everyday. I try and believe i answer all of them but sometime i do miss it.

    Just mention its a reply from cnczone also.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    1/8" end mill for roughing pass
    1/16" Ball nose for finish pass
    Same Size as Previous Test

    271710
    Rough Pass

    271712
    Final Pass
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    Wanted to try a little 3d relief on the Titan.

    6061 Alumn.
    1/8" Ball nose
    1% step over
    the piece cut is 3" tall
    Took a little over one hour 60ipm all axis
    No Roughing pass.
    Next Will be a...
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    Here's a couple of videos of a Titan CNC making some pistol grips.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPfbUjOW2vI&list=UUckIhSczzeyLmQAiUHOqSHQ...
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    Please send am email, Policy here is not to discuss pricing on the zone.

    Joe
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC 4x4 Evolution 1.0

    The first Hybrid machine was a leadscrew version, in some areas (cold weather) he anti-backlash nuts would contract and bind when cold. and then the machine went to rack and pinion which was simpler...
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    Re: Modification for plasma?

    Here is one which a member modified the 4x4 hybrid machine, he used just aluminum angle layed down for the bed and when he want to use a router he uses some mdf ontop.
    Note he also changed the...
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    you can also see joescnc on facebook.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Joes-Cnc/663335943704223
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    Surfacing the Titan Desktop Bed. I Can not see any witness lines. after completion of build the bed was off 0.005" left to right and 0.003" front to back. this may be the differences in the MDF and...
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    Re: G0704 extended Y axis??

    I should have clarified, the files I gave to Bill was only to accomplish the 12 extended travel, all the other files came from Hoss2006. His DVD's that I and Bill both bought.
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    Re: G0704 extended Y axis??

    Bill (Makers Guide) based his build from the files I sent him, My G0704 has 12" of travel but seldom use it usually stay in the 8" range.
    Here is my build log.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    I am going to be building another one for sale. and post pictures.
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    Sticky: Re: Joe's CNC "TITAN Series"

    Installed an X2 style spindle on my machine. I decided to remove all electronics from the head and relocate them, Also painted the head I think it looks cleaner.

    Mind you this is not the norm for...
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