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    CNC Conversion Plans for the Sieg X2 Mini-Mill

    Hello-

    The figNoggle Designs' CNC Conversion Plans are now available!

    Our CNC Conversion Plans' design allows you to retrofit your Sieg built mini-mill (Harbor Freight 44991, Grizzly G8689, Micro-Mark 82573, Homier 3947, Cummins 7877) to CNC operation while retaining manual operation. You can switch between manual and CNC without changing hardware.

    CNC Conversion Plan/Design Features:
    -Maintain manual use! No switching hardware needed.
    -Works in both CNC and manual mode.
    -Our design is space-friendly
    -No limitations in travel in all axes
    -Rigid design
    -Easy installation
    -Provides vendor sources and pricing
    -72 pages of easy-to-understand written instructions, pictures, and CAD drawings!
    -Available in PDF format for quick delivery to your email account
    -Works with the figNoggle Designs' DRO plans

    To order the figNoggle Designs' CNC Conversion Plans please visit:

    We also have plans to install DRO scales on all three axes.

    Thank you.

    Similar Threads:
    Mini-Mill Kits and Plans - http://www.fignoggle.com
    Sieg X3 and Super X3 Mill Information - http://www.superx3.com


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    Can't we see how you handle the Z axis before we pay our money?



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    hi-

    a picture of the Z-axis is in the member's photo gallery already (had forgotten about that):

    figNoggle CNC conversion Z-axis

    Last edited by fignoggle; 02-06-2006 at 08:36 PM.
    Mini-Mill Kits and Plans - http://www.fignoggle.com
    Sieg X3 and Super X3 Mill Information - http://www.superx3.com


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