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    Default Cannot access plan


    Tried to open the .pdf file but got an error message. Any ideas?



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    Just tried it opened up no problem. Make sure you reader is up-to-date.

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    Cool Still cannot open

    Hello,

    Went to Adobe's web site and downloaded and installed every update I could. Still won't open for me. Any possibility you could e-mail these plans to me? Would really appreciate it.

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    Default Voila!!

    I right clicked the link and did a "Save target as" ....Got it..

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    Question about the use of gas pipe as bearing rails.

    Should a person have then turned on a lathe to smooth them out or will plain sanding do the trick?



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    I would think that just sanding it with emory paper would be enough.

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    Default New to this, please help.

    Have a question, I am a cabinet maker making this machine and am looking for all new electronics for a good price. Now the thing is I have enlarged this to a cutting area of about 36"x60" and will not be using this for cabinets but to cut foam and 1/4 ply wood. So around what 0z. steppers motors ,ECT. do I need. Any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks in advance. Jason



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    I have an enlarged version also at 16X36 mostly cutting 1/2" MDF and I am running 116 in/oz motors and they seem to work fine using 3/8-16 threaded rod. I had 80oz/in motors and they worked ok too but never went back to them. Watch the whipping of the lead screw mine at 36" gets kinda scary at anything above 70 ipm when joging.

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    16x36" ?? Is that not the close to the size in the plans? Where is a good place to buy these steppers and electronics? Thanks



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    Pretty much the same size but just extended 12".
    I'm using the HobbyCNC 3axis chopper driver board.
    The 80 oz motors came from HobbyCNC
    the 116 oz/in motors came out of a Sharp Copier, the older copiers used them to feed pages on the document feeder on top of the copier there are 2 in each copier. So far i have managed to get 8 of them. My brother works for a Office machine supply company so he lets me know when they get some junckers in off of lease and we go in and strip them. I have several 38v 15amp that came from copiers that work great for cnc also.
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