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    Here are the e-drawings for your review, they have the measure feature in solidworks e-drawing viewer (free) turned on.

    By downloading these plans you are agreeing to use them for personal use ONLY! not to be used in any reproduction of the machine or parts other than personal use without my expressed permission.

    Thanks, Joe

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    Default Way to go, Joe.

    No,

    THANK YOU!!!

    Thanks for sharing.

    A job well done,

    HayTay



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    Looks great, Joe! Wonderful job! This will get alot of new folks excited about building. I can see alot of new threads coming about the new Joe 2006 cnc design....Again, great work, Joe!!



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    Its finally complete and it looks great. Congrats Joe.

    Jason



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    Are you missing the u bolts and bearings on the z-aixs? As drawn it would fall off



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    Quote Originally Posted by randyf1965
    Are you missing the u bolts and bearings on the z-aixs? As drawn it would fall off
    Yes i figured it was a given.



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    Thanks for sharing.



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    Thanks Guys, I hope it will help people out to achieve a good DIY CNC Machine...



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    Dear Joe,

    Many many thanks for all the fantastic information you have posted. I've been following your work in complete awe.

    I'm so sorry to trouble you, but can you possibly let me know how to view your drawings? I downloaded the zip file and then extracted the files but I don't know what to do now. Do I need a Solidworks viewer? Any help would be enormously appreciated.

    Best wishes

    Martin



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    Joe,

    I have just been reading this complete thread and I must say that I admire the quality of work that you are doing.
    I would like to know if you are still thinking about offering a kit of precut parts for the poor souls like me that do not currently own a cnc machine.
    If you had any idea of cost, it would be very nice to have as well.

    I am looking at building my own cnc machine and I have been looking at plenty of plans of the internet lately.
    Clearly, your project is way above anything else I have encountered so far.

    Thank you for your wonderful work and experience sharing.

    Cordially,
    Arno



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    Hmmmm....based on that disclaimer....I don't want to taint my brain with elements of your design which I suspect is well done.



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