Diy 18" rotary on a langmuir crossfire 2x2

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Jgorm
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Diy 18" rotary on a langmuir crossfire 2x2

Post by Jgorm » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:48 pm

I have a need to make some prototypes on 2'x18" SS 10g cylinders. I'm totally new to cnc so i bought the crossfire to get started. I'll need thc because the cylinders are not perfectly round. I just got the ess and tmc3in1 and my z axis with magnetic breakaway and floating head on order. I'm building my electronics case out of an old computer case. I used some cake pans from Walmart to mount an automotive air filter on the front.
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Next steps
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And the stand
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AREA
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Re: Diy 18" rotary on a langmuir crossfire 2x2

Post by AREA » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:29 am

Very interesting! Looking forward to seeing your progress :Like

Jgorm
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Re: Diy 18" rotary on a langmuir crossfire 2x2

Post by Jgorm » Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:13 am

I started milling 8020 last night. I got the top frame done but forgot to take pictures. I made a video because i didn't find any examples on YouTube. 8020 takes far more time than making a frame out of steel and welding it! I had free 8020 and i like the adjustability of it. Hopefully it's worth it! I need to buy $100+ worth of those little fittings.
https://youtu.be/rV1kvw8HysE

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