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MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Wed Sep 28, 2016 1:01 pm

JD2 MAD Series Plasma Tables
Sizes: 4x4 - 4x8 - 5x10


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MAD 4x4 - List $15,950 / Factory Direct $12,950
MAD 4x8 - List $18,950 / Factory Direct $15,950
MAD 5x10 - List $21,950 / Factory Direct $18,950


Overview Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIWc-PS_k5I

Features:
- Welded base is made of 3/16" steel plate construction.
- Base is supported by 4" x 3" x 1/4" wall steel legs with 30mm leveling pads.
- Adjustable slat height adjustment and slat configuration.
- Beams (Y-Beams) are made out of 4" x 3" Box tubing 1/4" wall and machined in a twist-neutral jig.
- 3/4", 16 pitch spur gear on the Y-Beam provides precise alignment.
- The spur gear is driven by a 10:1 high precision gear box.
- The Gear Box is driven by a USA made Brushless Servo Motor.
- Rapid speeds 1,000+ inches per minute.
- Rollers have an 8,900 lb. capacity with a dual-row radial ball bearing which carries the 300 lb. Y-Carriage and Gantry setup.
- The gantry is an Aluminum structure with precision machined weldments. Complex milling processes ensure that the gantry has perfect angles, flat surfaces, and holds the spur gear perfectly vertical.
- The Z-axis rides on a 25mm linear guide
- Magnetic break away to ensure the system powers off when the torch is disengaged.
- Switches provide Initial Height Testing and a Z-Homing Process to ensure accuracy.
- Computer included (Computer, Mouse, and Keyboard)
- Table ships fully assembled and tested.


* Plasma Unit not Included with MAD Series Cutting Tables.

Please send a message or email Sales@JD2.com to get a shipping quote. Thanks!
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Brand X » Wed Sep 28, 2016 2:20 pm

Great looking table! It's nice to see other players moving the bar up, at a real fair price..

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:37 am

Brand X wrote:Great looking table! It's nice to see other players moving the bar up, at a real fair price..


Thank you!
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Black Forest » Thu Oct 06, 2016 1:27 pm

How is the gantry held down to the Y axis? I watched your video and saw the round rods that your rollers run on but didn't see how you are holding the gantry down. Or is it just the weight of the gantry?

Looks like a really well thought out machine.

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:59 am

Black Forest wrote:How is the gantry held down to the Y axis? I watched your video and saw the round rods that your rollers run on but didn't see how you are holding the gantry down. Or is it just the weight of the gantry?

Looks like a really well thought out machine.


Hello! The gantry rides on the Y-rails. The weight of the gantry holds down the gantry and the proper tuning of the motors allows the machine not to wheely or lift. Also the motor's gears are pulled against the gear rack with 2 heavy duty springs on each side to allow it to always seed into the grooves.
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Mon Oct 10, 2016 6:01 pm

MAD Series Water Table available in a 4x4, 4x8, and 5x10

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby thatboystevo » Tue Oct 11, 2016 1:12 pm

What kind of control runs your table? I am very interested the build design and quality looks great and the price also. Will you be offering a scribe ? Thank you for your time
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Tue Oct 11, 2016 3:17 pm

thatboystevo wrote:What kind of control runs your table? I am very interested the build design and quality looks great and the price also. Will you be offering a scribe ? Thank you for your time
Stevo


The control software we used is Linux CNC based with our own GUI. The motion control of the table is not operated and controlled by the computer that the software is on. All the computer does is allows you to give the table commands and the motion control is onboard in the control box on the table. The motion control board and THC board are made here in house with our pick and place machines.

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Black Forest » Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:13 pm

I would like to see a video of the actual loading of a file made in SigmaNest to the table. What is involved to actually get the file to cut.

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Fri Oct 21, 2016 11:36 am

Black Forest wrote:I would like to see a video of the actual loading of a file made in SigmaNest to the table. What is involved to actually get the file to cut.


That is one video we know we need to do and it shouldn't be to much longer. We will post it on here when we get it complete.
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:19 pm

Need a quote?

Give sales a call 423-979-0309 or send an email to sales@jd2.com.


Website Link: http://jd2.com/p-114-mad-series-plasma-tables.aspx
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Frog Island » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:17 pm

Very nice table. I'm shopping for a 5x10 table. I like the construction. Heavy duty and built to last.

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Frog Island » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:28 pm

I'm interested in being able to cut square or rectangle tubing or cut holes in channel and H beam. What spacing is available below the gantry that can be cut?

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:07 pm

Frog Island wrote:I'm interested in being able to cut square or rectangle tubing or cut holes in channel and H beam. What spacing is available below the gantry that can be cut?


The tube / pipe cutting attachment we are about to start working on. From what I have heard we are thinking we will have anywhere from 3"OD to 4"OD max size able to fit. This will be confirmed closer to the time of R&D.
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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Black Forest » Wed Nov 02, 2016 1:02 pm

Any progress on the video showing the table interface? You have the USB stick in your hand. You walk up to machine. You insert USB stick into machine. And then............

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:57 pm

MAD Series test cut on 3/8" plate cut at 65 amps.

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:25 pm

We have been doing some test cutting on 1/4" Aluminum using both Air and Nitrogen.

http://jd2.com/p-114-mad-series-plasma-tables.aspx

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby Black Forest » Mon Jan 23, 2017 6:21 pm

You at JD said you would post a video of the machine interface soon. That was nearly three months ago. So where is it?

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Re: MAD Series CNC Plasma Tables

Postby JDSquaredInc » Tue Jan 24, 2017 6:04 pm

Black Forest wrote:You at JD said you would post a video of the machine interface soon. That was nearly three months ago. So where is it?


Sorry for the delay but we did a couple quick videos of the new version that just came out last week. We should have them all up on the website by tomorrow. Big improvements for everyone that already has the table because of free updates for the life of the table.
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