z3r0t0l0renceNate the scope of craftsmanship you do amazes me all the time. Nice work.
RBIEZEGreat job !!! Looks like a really rigid setup.Ive looked at Tormach milling heads before, great choice The motor drives look like G203v's, but what type pf breakout board did you use? anyway...I'm sure the pictures do little justice to the amount of painstaking work you did. Congrats.
HillguyAs usual Nate all that comes to mind is AWESOME Looks like you have come along way from the ratchet straps and house vibrating setup that I remember .. j/k hehehe
notfordmanz3r0t0l0renceNate the scope of craftsmanship you do amazes me all the time. Nice work. +1 definitely agree!I'm glad that you share with us what you do in your little spare time. In the picture of the milling head, the yellow belt is it a synthetic type or something? Next question on the table, what is the purpose of the white nylon inserts?I wish I had a quarter of the knowledge and could do some of the projects you do. I know it would be something I would enjoy.
hallowenVery, Very Nice Nate!Is that being controlled by your original X58 Platform? Now I can see why you don't have the time anymore for Benching or anything else for that matter.Good Luck on Building your New CNC Machine, Please keep us updated and posts some Pics along the way.
Rudster816Wow, that's quite the setup. I still remember when you were using cheap drill presses and milling vises to make your blocks. May I ask how much that setup set you back?