Μόλις φτιάξαμε το ΜΕΓΑΛΥΤΕΡΟ CNC στο Youtube;


Μετακομίσαμε στο Dream Shop πριν από περίπου 3 μήνες και είμαστε πολύ ενθουσιασμένοι που επιτέλους ξεκινήσαμε το CNC, με μερικές προσθήκες στην υπάρχουσα ρύθμιση! Ρίξτε μια ματιά στο AVID CNC – Δείτε τις αντλίες κενού Black Box

Βίντεο και σχόλια από το κανάλι John Malecki


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  1. for the dust collection pipe… Suspend the pipe from the middle of the table on the long edge on the dust collection side. Then move the router to the diagonally opposite corner. Now connect the pipe to the router so that it hangs from the middle and will reach each corner. No rails needed and the pipe won't twist etc.

  2. Nicely done boys. Even when you have a plan, you still end up 'figuring it out as you go'.

  3. Expert level of patience shown here, lol. I was considering adding a vacuum table to my 4×4 CNC but wasn't sure if you could also have dog holes on the spoil board. Does having the open dog holes impact the vacuum pressure?

  4. John! Calling you out! What was your max bench in the pros? And what can you bench now? Video?

  5. Nice setup! I can see you guys putting a sheet of ply on the back and letting the robot chew on it while setting up something in the front. Then swap to the chow line in the front, etc. So basically Miss Piggy can be eating with very little downtime.

  6. Wish I had a shop where space was plentiful, but for now my garage will have to work….but I am still jealous!
    Btw, you should have cut in some PVC unions,, because you never no when you will need to take it apart. I hope you never drop anything in any of the dust ports.

  7. John's going to need to change the channel name if he keeps peacing out of all these videos! (still love you John)

  8. This video's editing is driving me nuts, why are you cutting and jumping every second? I'm only 4 minutes in but I don't know if I can finish it

  9. Protip: Don't have the linear rail and the extruded alum have joints in the SAME spot…

  10. For dust collection we started out with hose suspended from string on a track but ended up putting in a boom arm made out of the same external diameter tube as the internal diameter of the flexible hose. That way the boom covers most of the table and you only need relatively short peices of flexible to reach the gantry.

  11. So once you conceded and go to one track in the middle to minimise the slack. Please make sure you put that pipe behind the flag

  12. Awesome! I think @canadianwoodworks has a 16’ AVID CNC and a sweet vacuum setup for it too.

  13. To help make sure the piece you’re cutting stays completely flat, use 3/4 masking tape and go around the edges where the piece and the mdf touch

  14. Been thinking that you should change the name of your channel, to the Sam and Jordan Figure It Out While John Disappears Channel.

    Literally, I typed this in halfway through the video, and then at the end you come in and admit that you haven't done jack for a while.

    My humble opinion, leaders need to be there to lead.

  15. John absolutely every thumbnail looks like your impression of Hilary Clinton looking at balloons….please try something new

  16. We do the sake thing with our CNC here in Meyersdale PA. we are a custom table company and make and sell all kinds of cool stuff. Look up Clapper Tables Enterprise when ya get a chance if ya wanna.

  17. How about a boom arm that has a extension mechanism and pivots mounted on the wall and centered on the cnc table? Something like what Festool sells for their vacuum hose but way cooler…

  18. Black Forest wood company has you beat on the CNC by a few feet! But still a cool video

  19. Join your two rails together with a bridging rail and then put another slider across it… just like your cnc is made.
    On the side closest to the Dusty put a couple extra wheels so the hose concertinas.

  20. I think Izzy's is 20' with double gantry, but I'm guessing you're a shoe in for 2nd biggest on YouTube