Would a few kind owners take the time to post the true X-Y travels of their X1, X2, and Super X1L?
Please don't quote Sieg or dealer webpages, I sincerely request physical measurements from owners of said mills. The advertised travels are inconsistent at best. Many sites list travels that are close or equal to the table size.
I'd appreciate it if people could help shatter these Sieg travel myths. The correct information would be valuable to many.
How about this?
Are the travels quoted on Sieg's site accurate?
Do you mean in manual or CNC'ed form? I reckon I lost about 30mm of X-axis when CNC'ing my Super X1-L - it did just about do 330mm X when manual, though you don't get much dove-tail overlap left, and now it gets about 295mm under CNC which isn't enough for me so I've cooked up a custom super extended X-axis, but the bits are 3 days overdue
As I recall, the X,Y and Z seemed to tally with the specs on arceurotrade - but the manual that came with the mill is way out of date - it doesn't even have the table length correct