Camaster Cobra 408 working table size 48 x 98
HX6090SE 60Wworking table 23”X36”
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Jim and Stewart... please post more pics of ur work... We need pics...
Nice to hear u are setting the new machine... hmmm... ur workshop is so big....
In couple of weeks u will see my new machine too... The working area of that machine will be 4.5' x 4.5' x 8"... (After setting up that machine, i will have no room left at my room)It will constructed from all structural steel... and the special thing of this machine is that it will be driven by the the CHAINs ...
We expect accuracy within 0.09mm... Will do the rapid at 400IPM and cutting will be 300IPM..I am using 200Oz-in stepper motors for it... This machine will cut wood/Aluminum/steel plastics etc and i plan to machine Marble on it too...
Last edited by Khalid Khattak; 12-17-2008 at 10:44 AM.
Using a homemade tabletop CNC machine bought from a seller here on Sawmill Creek. Made this in cherry for my wifes grandmother. Thanks for all the knowledge I've learned from all of the veterans here.
that is very nice!! did you make the sides as well?
Thank you, Jim.
I made the sides on a shaper. As I'm sure you can tell, the top carving is a Vectric piece. I was asked to make a small box as a gift when nothing could be found in a store. The praying hands were a surprise I added, that went over very well. Total time to carve was around 18 minutes, for the 4 inch diameter piece. Total time on the project was about 3 hours. Very well worth it to see the look on my wifes 85 year old grandmothers face when she opened it on Christmas.
oh yea!! i can relate to the smile!!
Simply elegant! Nice work Darren.
I use my Legacy Ornamental Mill to make those now, although not near as easily. That video is the destination to the path I've started down with my little tabletop CNC machine.
darren, camaster is building this lathe in smaller sizes as well i am told there will be another at the greensboro nc woodworking show
way to cool to pass by!!!
Last edited by james mcgrew; 01-15-2009 at 7:34 AM.
Hi just new to this site.Is that the tree of life you were milling if so are you willing to share the dxf file.I've been looking for that for awhile.
Great looking work James & Neville