I know there is some parts I could have done better but from where I started to this I am happy with the result.
Let me know what you think any input would be appreciated.
the wobble is minimal I have to actually change my z axis conduit out only gets that wobble when its worn down and its not bad since the z axis has thousands of hrs on it. other then that if I lowered the speed a bit would also help and if I put my speed controller on the dewalt as well I could fine tune it better. all and all I am happy with it. I just made the machine bigger it was half the size before also alot more sturdy the new parts for the mpcnc the updated version is also more robust then this one as this is the model 1 of it.
Nice video! It reminds me, the first time I saw a CNC machine printing signs was when I was a teenager, there was a company that was owned by the local government/council but run by people with disabilities. They were able to maintain the machines and create signs for the entire area's local business needs. That organization lasted decades, and I think still exists, although now I think they have moved on to deal in several different areas non-CNC related.
Basically local governments using their initiative to get IT and engineering businesses created in ways that get many people involved that might want to work but can't find it as easy.
Seema very well done. I am Impressed by the working area. What is the extension?