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April 10th, 2017, 11:51 AM   #1
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Hi guys I was wondering if anyone had use or seen any of this machine. I am thinking of my next project coming next winter on the husaberg 650 and I would like to fabricate some ''frame support'' at home

would be fun to have it ... but not sure if it will work to mill a 4/6mm steel and I would like to budget it bellow 1k ...thanks a lot


3040T 4AXIS CNC Router 560W Engraver Engraving Milling Machine 3D Cutter DEU | eBay

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Originally Posted by paolo6 View Post
Hi guys I was wondering if anyone had use or seen any of this machine. I am thinking of my next project coming next winter on the husaberg 650 and I would like to fabricate some ''frame support'' at home

would be fun to have it ... but not sure if it will work to mill a 4/6mm steel and I would like to budget it bellow 1k ...thanks a lot


3040T 4AXIS CNC Router 560W Engraver Engraving Milling Machine 3D Cutter DEU | eBay

https://www.google.co.uk/shopping/pr...Cz0Q8wIIlQMwEA
I don't think you would be making much in the way of frame supports with this machine unless you are making them from wood or pottery. It will cut metal about the size of a silver dollar and only soft material. I am going to guess on what you are looking for will cost you more than a new bike
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I don't think you would be making much in the way of frame supports with this machine unless you are making them from wood or pottery. It will cut metal about the size of a silver dollar and only soft material. I am going to guess on what you are looking for will cost you more than a new bike
I saw then working on youtube but there were actually using them on wood or aluminum so I was like wtf ...i hope they could maybe work on small steel project ...uhm I will research or maybe end up making the parts on wood for test and then send them to a proper place and have them made

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Some of those little ones make ok stuff.
The one I use plus the software and tooling costs about 7 new bergs
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Some of those little ones make ok stuff.
The one I use plus the software and tooling costs about 7 new bergs

I have a friend in Italy who work on cnc and he told me the same about 50k for his....I am not sure how a 500 is going to handle it

I studied CAD and C++(useless here) but I dont have any experience in G-Code or Cam

I also read a review of a guy who was saying that the software on this machine is counterfeit and couldn't load his project

I might just buy a MILLING/DRILLING MACHINE but still bellow the 1k mark ...see what happen

what software are you using?

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"One cnc" it's an Australian program very good at generating Gcode for the machine but no parametric modelling ability. Once you have drawn
Something in 3D that's it. No easy way to change anything

The site cnc zone and also practical machinist have a lot of info about converting existing mills to cnc and a lot about free open source software

Good example of a home built machine here CNC Home Build Thread - dbw - dirtbikeworld.net Members Forums
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if you can build your part out of steel plates, i would sugest you make your CAD model and just send it to any shop with a laser cutting machine. it's cheap and easy.

If doing some random shapes and need fitting on the bike you can make a cardboard mock-up and then draw the cardboard shape into the CAD software.

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Thanks a lot bush and benz ...yes that sems to be the right way to go
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Excellent thread. thanks paolo6 and all. One idea: It's cool to have a cheap CNC/printer at home to experiment with and learn, even if we're making parts from the wrong material - the very short feedback loop of draw-print-study/draw-print-study when we get an idea can teach us a lot very fast. And then we can take the idea and finished drawing to a big $50k machine.
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Excellent thread. thanks paolo6 and all. One idea: It's cool to have a cheap CNC/printer at home to experiment with and learn, even if we're making parts from the wrong material - the very short feedback loop of draw-print-study/draw-print-study when we get an idea can teach us a lot very fast. And then we can take the idea and finished drawing to a big $50k machine.
that's the goal ...I read thread of a while ago, I am quite sure it was you on 3D printing, have you manage to get any parts done? 3D printing is also cool but i would love to do things like plastic fender rather then warhammer figure

I saw this https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...aterjet-cutter Its legit and good quality but at the price of 4.4k dollar

I will probably stick with paper or wood and then send my project to some company... there is one close to me I found on ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Laser-Laze...AAAOSw6EhUUqfd
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