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Steve,

Looking good ... any chance of a You Tube?

That would be so :cool: to watch.

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Steve,

Looking good ... any chance of a You Tube?

That would be so :cool: to watch.

Path
Which part?

The first side was about 3 hours. I could do a few minute video of the part you want to see but 3 hours would be boring to most people.
 

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I'm interested in the type of CNC mill that you have, is it a home made conversion or a dedicated CNC?

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I'm imterested in the type of CNC mill that you have, is it a home made conversion or a dedicated CNC?

Paul.
It's not a conversation. I built the machine with a compound drilling table and fabricated the rest with eBay purchases. The machine is pretty ugly but it makes pretty good parts. I'll see if I can find the thread that shows what I did.
 

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Thanks for the link, I'm certainly considering making a CNC mill in the future.

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No problem, still had the link in my massages from when you send it to me about a month ago
 

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Which part?

The first side was about 3 hours. I could do a few minute video of the part you want to see but 3 hours would be boring to most people.
Any part works for me! :D
Maybe 5 minutes or so ... of several of the larger parts where lots of chips go flying everywhere.

Your stills look great too ... so don't stop those.


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Well I have all 9 programs complete, debugged, optimized, and ready to go. There are some unavoidable things I will have to live with but I think the finished product will be nice with a little hand work to smooth out the spots where the programs overlap. All the little "bad" things you see have been addressed and with a good setup I should be able to minimize the rest of the tool marks. The next one should be a big improvment over what you see here.














 

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Damn, you would have to shoot that right next to a can of Vernors- the one thing I miss about leaving Detroit for Maine.
 

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Steve,

Looking good ... any chance of a You Tube?

That would be so :cool: to watch.

Path
I have started to carve out a few blocks now that the code is complete.

For you Path . . .

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wSocQGFaCo[/ame]
 
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OK gentleman, heres the real deal.


Cut the top first





Then the bottom




Left side lower




Left side fins




Right side lower





Right side fins





Rear of case minus the timing gear house.





Rear timing case.





Entire front





And there you have it









 

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Steve that looks awsome,
But I have gotta ask..... You got the code ready for us yet :)

You do do nice work.
 

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do you have any of the internals drawn up or thought ot yet?

are you reverse enginering a full scale ?
 

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