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  #91  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 06:08
KenC
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Klang
Malaysia
BRAVO!
Congrats!
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  #92  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 13:02
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
I am proud of you Dmitriy!
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  #93  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 13:15
fanefane
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Baia Mare
Romania
Congratulations
красиво сделано, браво!
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  #94  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 18:33
MetalHead
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Columbiana AL
United States of America
Great looking Machine !!! You get Number 68 !!!!!
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  #95  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 20:39
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Congrats Dmitriy!
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  #96  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 21:45
bolingerbe
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Clinton(Tennessee)
United States of America
Great looking machine
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  #97  
Old Sat 27 November 2010, 21:55
jhiggins7
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Hebron, Ohio
United States of America
Updated Builder's Log

That's one beautiful MechMate. Congratulations on completing your build and earning Serial #68.

Here is the Updated Builder's Log.

Please review your entry and let me know any changes you want to make. Also, please let me know the "cutting" demensions of your MechMate for the Builder's Log.
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  #98  
Old Sun 28 November 2010, 05:21
Oleks
Just call me: Oleks
 
Poltava
Ukraine
Hi Dmitriy
What iron profile did you use for Y gantry cross member tube (10 20 440 )?
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  #99  
Old Sun 28 November 2010, 08:06
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Oleks, i used a pipe 50х100х3 mm. Chose from this that was on sale.
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  #100  
Old Mon 29 November 2010, 21:15
Rad Racer
Just call me: Wayne #25
 
Minnesota
United States of America
Nice job Dmitriy! Very clean build, excellent wiring job.

Looks like you are making some model airplane ribs
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  #101  
Old Tue 30 November 2010, 05:24
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all!
Thanks for kind words, I are very pleasant
However, too early to have a rest. Ahead still it is a lot of work.

And this photo of my first test work:
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  #102  
Old Tue 30 November 2010, 22:47
javeria
Just call me: Irfan #33
 
Bangalore
India
Those are highly acceptable cuts!

Have fun with your Mechmate!
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  #103  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 08:05
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all again.

I continue to study CNC programs and work methods.
Here the first experiment in 3D. Certainly, for finishing processing I used a wrong mill. But I am happy even with such result.
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  #104  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 09:45
liaoh75
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Taibao
Taiwan
Beautiful work there Dmitriy!
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  #105  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 10:18
KenC
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Klang
Malaysia
nice! how long did it take?
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  #106  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 10:22
Kobus_Joubert
Just call me: Kobus #6
 
Riversdale Western Cape
South Africa
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Nice. Get a 3mm Ballnose bit to do the final cut. Rough out most of the wood with a 6.35mm straight cutter and then final with the 3mm ballnose (round) bit.
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  #107  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 10:25
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Vector art 3D Machinist has told 3 hours and 11 minutes, but it seemed to me faster.
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  #108  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 10:27
KenC
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Klang
Malaysia
Its about what I guestimated... 3D reliefs really kill time... very difficult to make much money with it... but they sure are beautiful!
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  #109  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 10:48
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
I think, in this case we shouldn't sell machine time. Unique custom 3D-product should cost much. For example: the violin of the Stradivari - one in the world and unique, therefore is invaluable. Our work on custom order - one in the world too, such isn't present another, in shop it not to buy. Therefore costs much. So I think
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  #110  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 13:02
jhiggins7
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Hebron, Ohio
United States of America
Very nice wook Dmitriy! We appreciate you showing your results.
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  #111  
Old Sat 04 December 2010, 17:59
Robert M
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Lac-Brome, Qc
Canada
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Then this great work of your and others to come should be called Dimitriyus
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  #112  
Old Wed 08 December 2010, 05:58
Surfcnc
Just call me: Ross #74
 
Queensland
Australia
Hi Dmitriy

I have yet to congratulate you on the fine machine you have constructed, so well done.
The quality of the work it is producing is great and I am certainly looking towards your future posts of any new work you might do.

Well done
Ross
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  #113  
Old Wed 08 December 2010, 11:20
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all.
Yesterday I MM worked on the first commercial order. Here small video of process and a photo.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuXdhD9tdAE

My spindle isn't controling by program Mach3, therefore on screen Mach3, in a zone "Spindle", I have placed two buttons Z-Zero and X-Y laser zero.
This video shows, how all occurs.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Xwcp-kd5A

And this video shows that occurs at this time on screen Mach3 program.
Watch for DRO and the mouse cursor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lP24CO4bCU

Time has come to put in order the remained wires, to make dust-foot and a cyclone, to make a good table together vacuum system.

Ahead the big work

Good luck all!
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  #114  
Old Wed 29 December 2010, 05:36
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all!
Happy New Year! Happiness, love, health and successful building MechMate!


I continue to be improved in processing of different materials on the MM. Here test model dust-foot.
As I plan to make a table of an aluminum tube 100х40х4. Here so, approximately, it will look.
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  #115  
Old Wed 29 December 2010, 07:06
jhiggins7
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Hebron, Ohio
United States of America
Dmitriy,

Beautiful work...very creative dust foot. Your MechMate is very impressive.
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  #116  
Old Thu 30 December 2010, 06:29
Surfcnc
Just call me: Ross #74
 
Queensland
Australia
Gidday Dmitriy

As usual your standard of work is excellent.
Interesting the way your dust foot collects the dust through a cavity in the foot itself.
It also seems that the rare earth magnets are a must have for ease of access to the cutter in most dust foot designs.

Regards
Ross
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  #117  
Old Thu 30 December 2010, 12:25
fanefane
Just call me: Stefan #73
 
Baia Mare
Romania
Congratulations Dmitriy!

How did you get that laser line? Did you make some improvements to the laser?
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  #118  
Old Wed 19 January 2011, 15:26
obuhus
Just call me: Dmitriy #68
 
Kirov region
Russia
Greetings to all.

Today I have finished work on a table. Now my MM has the finished appearance and is completely ready to work.
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  #119  
Old Wed 19 January 2011, 16:32
Robo
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riga
Latvia
Bravo! great machine. Molodec!
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  #120  
Old Wed 19 January 2011, 18:30
domino11
Just call me: Heath
 
Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Well Done Dmitriy!
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