Well, since I like to read other peoples build threads I better post my own, so here it goes...
My goal is to build a pretty solid and straight JGRO router, since i live in sweden the JGRO plans has to be adapted to metric and since all the supplies are metric I've had to re-think a lot of the measurements.
I've got access to pretty nice woodworking machines so the cutting of the MDF has been a breeze(besides all of the extra thinking involved), all the parts came out really nice and straight.
For extra stability I've used solid steel linear guides, 25mm(1") for the Z axis and 22mm for the rest.
Steppers and all the electronics are on backorder at the supplier , "soon" the say...
Here's a video of the progress so far:
"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-ianQSLVaU"]YouTube- Half built JGRO CNC machine