99% assembled. Never powered on. Pics in here https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0Y532ODWGLSC8k.
Shapeoko 2. $500 cash. I prefer local because i dont know how well it'll ship.
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- Mon May 05, 2014 1:49 pm
- Forum: Member Projects
- Topic: Engraving slate for an art project
- Replies: 18
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Any updates to that?Xaracen wrote:Something I haven't tried yet is milling a flat surface and polishing it to a high gloss, if possible. Hopefully that will reveal a different kind of attractive texture.
I'll give that a go this weekend, I think.
The easiest thing to tell is the number of slots in the peek is 4 then its fake. Apparent in most photos. If the hotend is too wrapped up in tape to count the slots then don't buy a hotend from that moron either even if he has the right parts as he has taped over all venting. (http://www.amazon.com/...
Yes on mine its too loose. Notice in your pic that when the tool in tightened on the bit that there is still a gap (red arrows)? I tightened my tool until no more gap existed and my bit still turns and can be pulled out by hand, but barely. Should be visible in my pics how tight I made it. Since I'm...
- Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:46 pm
- Forum: Software - CAD, CAM, Workflow Help
- Topic: Curved material surface
- Replies: 1
- Views: 660
Is there a CAM tool that you can define a curve for your material surface and get your z depth to adjust for the curvature of the surface? My matrial is slightly domed and too thin to take a consistant depth.
Combine all of the elements into a single path in Inkscape before importing into MakerCAM. See: http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/MakerCAM#Features where it says: svg import and export --- please note that under certain circumstances, MakerCAM only imports the first path in register at the ori...
I made a simple file in inkscape. Outside rectangle, smaller inside rectangle, then 3 evenly spaced 1" circles inside that. I load the SVG in make cam and the 3 circles are moved on the y axis all at different locations. The circles must be precise location so I can't just drag them back. I tried us...
See, I'm confused. If the hole is too big, why would it need tapping in to the inner jaws? Could you post a photo or two perhaps? Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk I posted photos via the link. The inner jaws are too small the outer jaws are too big. Its moot now. I bought my own tap kit like it...
- Thu Apr 03, 2014 5:42 pm
- Forum: Assembly
- Topic: Help Shapeoko 2 Z axis won't budge!
- Replies: 19
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Two things here. My m8 screw wobbles as well but I don't think a little will make a difference due to the makerslide/v-wheel keeping things aligned. But I may eat those words later. 1. If you tighten your Z Axis v-wheels too much you can have a binding issue or at least make your motor work harder. ...