After a few years break, we are back this year with a few new products.
We have just finished prototyping the new Desktop CNC machine which will be available mid November along with a few other new products.
Feel free to check out CNCDuDeZ Homepage. for more info.
Also some more pictures on the following thread
Well we have had a busy week and released a whole bunch of example videos showing what the machine can do.
I will not list all the links here as there is over 10 new videos!, but all the updates are listed on the homepage at CNCDuDeZ Homepage.
New Video showing new CNC Machine running with Mach3 !!!!
New Video showing new CNC Machine Milling out 6mm Aluminium Plate
New Video showing new CNC Machine cutting out Polycarbonate Tag Display Box
New Video showing new CNC Machine Carving the Kings Head into Wood
New Video showing new CNC Machine Plotting Pads and Tracks onto a PCB
New Video showing new CNC Machine Milling out a small brass cog
New Video showing new CNC Machine levelling an MDF bed
New Video showing new CNC Machine Engraving
New Video showing new CNC Machine Isolating, Drilling and Cutting PCB Boards
New Video showing new CNC Machine cutting 20mm aluminium
Also today I have ported the 18F4550 2006 Firmware for the USB-Parallel port to the new 2011 18F2550 Interface.
New 2011 USB-Pic 18F2550 Interface - CNCdudez Support Forums
The thread has been updated with full instructions on how to program the firmware and I hope to have the kits up on Ebay in the next couple of days.
I still have to get the pricing sorted for the finished frames and published and I apologise for not doing this yet.
I want to make sure I have all angles covered and wanted to show what the machine can do before taking orders.
Thread here for the different options:
Frame Options - CNCdudez Support Forums
We will making an initial batch of 10 frames and also concentrating on the Coil Winding machine as the response has been great for this also.
The RouterStrap 3D printer is also being worked on in the background and a few updates are on the forums.
So busy times this end, but I am now in the position to work on the CNC stuff full time, rather than just weekends. So all good J