There is a sticky on the subject, missed that one?
http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38800 (Index to "Epoxy-Granite machine bases" thread)
Just curious. 270+ pages on Epoxy Granite. Too much to read and to be honest, someone can use the info there for their PhD thesis or something. Anyone actually made a working table (Nevermind, happened to browse thru page 150+ and saw the results).
the Germans do the same in 5 pages and with nice results,
They are my neighbours, i`m from the Netherlands.
They don`t talk much, but say a lot.
This, we dont see that often, the inverse off politics.
I regret that the shaming smiley isn`t there any more, was nice.
Here the machine,
I actually saw the sticky but so much info I was dumbfounded. I however realised there is actually a result done by someone here somewhere on page 150+.
The picture you attached is it taken from the website or it it your work? Interesting. Really like the dovetail ways. I wanted to do something similar for a mini mill table but a guy in a local institution here who runs a machine shop in the school never did cut the metal for me (probably busy with students) so the project was shelved.
The table size and travels look abit small.
here are some links to nice machines on the cncecke, not all epoxy granite.
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And last a picture off a machine i would love to make if there was budget off around 1500 euro.
Tried to register. But not sure whether I manage to register. Still ahven
t receive any email from them. And plus its in german. Can't understand.
registreren is registrate
login is login,
maybe the mail will come tomorrow, otherwise try again.
I understood those words but after registering, nada! I don't understand the words after that. Nothing recognisable I am afraid. Still no mail. It is possible to attach the pictures to this thread? Sorry for the trouble Roy.
Wow! Just wow! Thanks Bob. And thanks for the ingredient
That is similar to what I wanted to do. My only problem is getting precision cut metal pieces done. Can I get that kind of cut surface with an X2? I have all the stuff like steel reinforcement, epoxy, stone, quartz and etc minus the steel inserts. Can't wait to do this project. Now I just have to find the extra dough and time.
if i have some more time i will show some different machines.
get your translating right
No vacuum or vibration, just get the mixing order right. (trial and error)
30% Basaltsplitt 2-4 mm (links), 30% Fugensand 0-2 mm (mitte), 30% Quartzsand 0,1-0,4 mm (rechts) und 10% Epoxyharz L und harter L von R&G.DE
Put the **** in the mould and compress by hand a little bit (piece off wood)