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    Default 5AXIS: photos - new build

    5 axis machine build

    Working Size: 1500mm x2500mm x1000mm
    Full Size: 2500mm x3500mm x1700mm

    Spindle Motor: Elte 5,5kW + inverter Lenze 5,5kW

    Transmitting System:

    X: 2x (toothed rack + HTD 1:3 translating bar gear + 28Nm stepper motor)

    Y: toothed rack + HTD 1:3 translating bar gear + 28Nm stepper motor

    Z: trapezoidal screw (Self-locking) 3205 + HTD 1:3 translating bar gear + 50Nm stepper motor

    B, C: Angular axes - HTD 1:3 translating bar gears + 50Nm stepper motors

    linear rails on XYZ

    Controlling System:

    6 channels of 2 phase high voltage stepper motor drivers (250V DC)
    2 LPT port as interface for mach3 AND/OR EMC2




    current status of build:


    base:





    assembly:







    50Nm stepper motor





    assembly inside the tent:







    head:





    be continued...


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    http://soltysdesign.xip.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=48



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    When you have to build your machine in a tent you know you have gone way beyond hobby CNC.

    Thankyou Mark for sharing this awesome project with us all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekj308 View Post
    When you have to build your machine in a tent you know you have gone way beyond hobby CNC.

    Thankyou Mark for sharing this awesome project with us all.
    That there is no hobby build for sure. I like steel builds, but this one has a very serious purpose behind all of this expense and effort. There's some quality design and welding going on under that tent. Maybe this will eventually get moved to a more permanent industrial location.

    I suspect that it will be stiff enough for most of us watchers. I wonder what it will weigh when completed. We need a poll for that, and a piece of scrap steel from the build as a prize for the correct guess.

    Thanks for posting this build here.

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    That there is no hobby build for sure.
    yes... but DIY work

    This will eventually get moved to a more permanent industrial location.
    yes... it will be moved... or hold out

    I wonder what it will weigh when completed
    about ~3000kg

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    When I look at your pictures I can only say - holy crap! that's some awesome piece of gear your building there sir! - very nice!



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    that's a very interesting machine,
    what will you make with it ?

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    HOLLY SHNIKIES! That is one heck of a large machine!

    What are you planning to cut with that machine?



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    Keep the pics coming! This is just too cool.



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    what will you make with it ?
    What are you planning to cut with that machine?
    its for surface treatment of mold (mould) for thermo forming machine (moulding machine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by markcomp77 View Post
    yes... but DIY work

    yes... it will be moved... or hold out

    about ~3000kg
    Thanks for your answers Mark. I can only be envious of building something of that scale. 3000 kg = 6613 lb and 13.88 oz = a lot of metal.

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    Keep the pics coming!
    I will try asap

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    Wow.



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