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  #1  
Old Sat 08 October 2011, 14:23
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Machine now cutting!....Seahorses! - Skopje,Macedonia

First greetings to all,
otherwise I'm from Macedonia and I want to publicly praise Danilo # 64 and say that he is the man who encouraged me to try to make MM.
Thank you Danilo.
Building on my machine are likely longer than what we're used to seeing here on the forum because of my engagement in the workplace.However I will try not to last forever and normal to share the experience with you.Just to mention that I have sufficient knowledge in this area and hopefully help and suggestions from you guys.
P.S.If I'm wrong somewhere in writing this is because I never studied English.
See you soon hopefully.
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Old Sun 09 October 2011, 03:46
KenC
Just call me: Ken
 
Klang
Malaysia
Welcome!
Take your time to build. With Danilo in your neighbourhood, you can't go wrong
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Old Sun 09 October 2011, 09:00
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Thank you Ken.
Here are the first purchased parts needed for my adventure(at this point I'm scared to tell you for my MM so I will call this my adventure because I do not have enough knowledge in this area )
I know that house is not built from the roof but I had to start somewhere and even from the roof.
I bought two pieces ABB VFD because planning to put two Z axes in the Y trolley.

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=3&theater

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=3&theater

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=3&theater

These days I plan to purchase by DEITECH two spindles DTS-23 2,2KW.
Ask for opinion?

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Old Sun 09 October 2011, 11:45
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
I learned how to attach photos
I think this is better.
ABB frekventen regulator 40.jpg

ABB frekventen regulator 10.jpg

ABB frekventen regulator 30.jpg
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Old Sun 09 October 2011, 23:26
KenC
Just call me: Ken
 
Klang
Malaysia
Go for 3KW if your budget allows.
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Old Fri 14 October 2011, 15:44
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Ken,do you think that 2.2kw not enough for processing of aluminum composite panels with 4mm thick?
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Old Fri 14 October 2011, 20:28
smreish
Just call me: Sean - #5, 28, 58 and others
 
Orlando, Florida
United States of America
Should be fine.....2.2Kw should do that easily. My 1.5HP router does.
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Old Sun 16 October 2011, 05:19
KenC
Just call me: Ken
 
Klang
Malaysia
For Aluminium composite, that should be enough.
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Old Sun 15 January 2012, 04:35
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
My Waterjet Cut and Bent Parts finally arrived.Will post the pics very soon.
Currently I have a dilemma and seek advice.
Ordering engines DEITECH series model 86HS9802 (http://www.driver-motor.com/ProductContent.aspx?ID=47) 2.4mH and ask for advice on which driver to decide DM556 or DM856 (http://www.driver -motor.com/ProductList.aspx? CID = 5).
Will anyone help guys about this?
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:13
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Problems starting now,
see just how awry.
one he rolled it certain that he was drunk or first time doing this.
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:19
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Here are all parts and all that are bent must to intervene or to correct them.
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:22
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Here's what happens these days
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:23
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
more
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:25
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
& more
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:27
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
finally arrived and shipping from DEITECH CHINA
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:33
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
back problems, 200/75mm DIN standard deformed to maximum and I forced myself to dig up the snow and find some better.
(that's our kind sellers)
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 06:34
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
welding base table,
And who would have turned upside down now this monster,
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 07:41
MetalHead
Just call me: Mike
 
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Great progress pics !! Keep up the great work !!
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 08:13
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Thanks Mike.
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 08:35
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Bushings and V Bearings made and strengthened (tempered).
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 10:16
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
No loctite.
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Old Sun 19 February 2012, 10:27
TechGladiator
Just call me: Miguel #94
 
Randolph, NJ
United States of America
Nicely done !!
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  #23  
Old Sun 11 March 2012, 13:05
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Snow has less candle so we decided to get out to paint.I decided tell to you more through the pictures then through talking (due to my poor knowledge of English language)
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 13:12
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Work are flowing
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 13:18
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
If you are wondering why I do not have any photos of my V rails it is because the subject has eaten my nerves.
In the end I was happy with 0.3mm tolerance.
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 13:20
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Нека каже некој ве молам дека е 0.3мм како што треба.
Ќе ми значи многу.
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 14:21
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Opsss-translate
Let somebody please tell that the 0.3mm tolerance for V rails is OK.
I'll mean a lot
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 19:52
timberlinemd
Just call me: Steve #66
 
Arizona
United States of America
If your saying you have a .3mm tolerance in height (.0118") then shim with soda can strips. If between rails loosen bolts and adjust with a mallet.
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Old Sun 11 March 2012, 20:20
JamesJ
Just call me: Jim #104 (retired)
 
Kansas
United States of America
Pajka
The link below describes a straightforward way to align your rail height and straightness.

http://www.mechmate.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3440
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Old Mon 12 March 2012, 12:17
Pajka
Just call me: Pajka
 
Skopje
Macedonia
Thanks guys.
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