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Desktop CNC Mill Kit - Shapeoko 2 Product Details IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPPING: Mechanical Kits have a 1 week lead time, Full Kits have an estimated lead time of 4-5 weeks Shapeoko 2 is a simple, low cost, open source CNC milling machine kit that can be built over a weekend. Assembly is required before you can use it. This is version 2 of the fastest selling CNC machine in the history of the world. The machine has been under development for the last five years. Note: There is also further information about the machine, kits, and detailed kit contents and other things on this blog post. The community has also put together build instructions Updated features: Larger work area Dual motors on the Y axis, standard Dual Maker Slide on the X gantry improves stiffness Completely redesigned Z axis makes changing bits easier and improves stiffness Open front and back for larger materials. Mechanical Kit – $299 Full Kit – $649 – $685 What software do I use to run the machine? CAD – Create the design. Will the machine cut metal?

Pearltrees Visualizes How You Organize the Web This post is part of Mashable's Spark of Genius series, which highlights a unique feature of startups. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here. The series is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. Name: Pearltrees Quick Pitch: Pearltrees is a new visual way to organize content on the Web and connecting people's interests. Genius Idea: How do you organize the web on the browser? Signing up for Pearltrees is simple, but getting used to the interface and all of its features is not as easy. Now for the organization part: you can create complex systems of pearls, known as pearltrees. Clicking on a pearl gives you a range of options that go beyond visiting your favorite website. Pearltrees takes a time investment to make it useful. Spark of Genius Series Sponsored by Microsoft BizSpark Entrepreneurs can take advantage of the Azure Services platform for their website hosting and storage needs.

Guerrilla guide to CNC machining, mold making, and resin casting Guerrilla guide to CNC machining, mold making, and resin casting Okay, still interested? Let's dive in, then. The first "proper" section of this guide deals with shopping for a mill and understanding its operating characteristics; picking the appropriate cutting tools; and monitoring the performance of your setup to achieve perfect results every time. Again, if you're using another manufacturing process and are interested strictly in the CAD tutorial or the resin casting bits, feel free to skip ahead. 2.1. General purpose, benchtop-sized CNC mills start at around $600 and go up to $20,000 or so. There are numerous manufacturers of benchtop CNC mills around the world; some of the best-known brands include Roland DG, Sherline, Taig, and Syil. Of course, it is also possible to build your own machine from scratch. 2.1.1. This is perhaps the most fundamental quality of any CNC mill. In this machining mode, the machinable geometries are outlined here: 2.1.2. What to buy: do your own math.

DIYLILCNC CNC Laser Gravierer [der-frickler.net] Es handelt sich um einen Laser der Klasse 3B: Die zugängliche Laserstrahlung ist gefährlich für das Auge und in besonderen Fällen auch für die Haut. Bitte nicht ohne Entsprechende Schutzmaßnahmen/Schutzbrille verwenden. Laser Gravierer V4 So, es ist endlich soweit! Von einem netten Mitflieger bekam ich eine Alte Holz-Kiste die wohl Jahrzehnte einen großen Nadeldrucker in der Werkstatt beheimatet hatte. Vom der Aufwendigen Elektronik des v2 bin ich wieder abgekommen. Die ersten Tests schauen wirklich gut aus, der 1.6W Laser schneidet 3mm Sperrholz mit 3 Durchgängen a 100mm/min. Verbaute Teile Bilder Laser Gravierer V1 Due to many questions about the Laser Build - Most of the parts for a similar build and a complete electronics board are now available in several China Shops. Damit das ganze auch „authentisch“ wird wurde ohne großen Maschineneinsatz gearbeitet. Arbeitseinsatz für alles zusammen ca 12h. Mechanik → Verfahrweg ca 22x22cm Motoren Steuerung Software GRBL Settings: Laser Video: Laser v2

HOW TO SURVIVE MARTIAL LAW This article will start off assuming that the Reader is already subject to MARTIAL LAW; that is, the "suspension" of the Constitution. Curfews, rationing of basic goods, enforced relocations, confiscation of firearms and supplies, and summary arrest/execution by soldiers, paramilitary police and other jack booted types wielding assault rifles. Basic survival tips will be followed with some detailed ideas on how this country should be run once we take over. Rule #1 Never take the government's word at face value-except when they tell you that they'll kill you. Rule #2 KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT! Rule #3 ANY AUTHORITY FIGURE IS THE ENEMY! Rule #4 YOUR PERSONAL SURVIVAL IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN OBEYING ANY DICTATE! Rule #5 While keeping the above rules in mind, HELP OUT THOSE WHO ARE RESISTING! Rule #6 With the utmost care develop a SURVIVAL NETWORK. A mail drop can be a home, a hollowed out tree trunk, a hole in the ground, a open fence pole, anything. Rule #8 AVOID A GOVERNMENT ROUNDUP.

Educational - CNC Laser Projects How to Make a Three Axis CNC Machine (Cheaply and Easily) A salute to those who have laboured through to this point (and to demonstrate that it is reproducable) Here are some pictures of other peoples machines. Photo 1 - Chris and his friend put together this unit; laser cutting the parts out of half inch acrylic. Not only does it look super it must weigh a ton. But kudos, anyone who's worked with acrylic knows laser cutting it is great but it is a very very unfriendly material to drill and there is a lot of side drilling in this design. Photo 2 - Sam McCaskill has finished his desktop CNC machine and it's looking really really nice. Photo 3 - Angry Monk's - With MDF pieces cut on a laser cutter and drive converted from toothed belts to threaded rod Photo 4 - Bret Golab's - Bret has completed his and gone through the extra step of getting it setup to work with Linux CNC (a task I attempted and was foiled by complexity). (If you have built one and would like it featured here, please send me a PM and we can arrange for the sending of photos)

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