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« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2015, 04:33:27 PM »
Hello CNC enthusiasts, visitors.

Ever since 2001 up to today Ive been busy to get this hobby up to a higher level,
at a lower level 1000-2000€ budget.
That a real challenge, as building a 4000-10000€ PnP machine is not.
Development of the Classic, Bracket machine and some trials in between learned me a lot.
Since 2011 Ive been using a 2011 machine (up till today) in a short and later longer size with pleasure.

as people (mostly) don't read, but just browse pictures......

      - FYI-

the original purpose of my tools are cutting woodwork and plastics.

Indeed ALU cutting or metals are not the purpose,
and never has been a purpose of this or similar built previous setups.
Still it does a great job in ALU as shown here below.

Sure, it takes more time than a profi machine, but its possible if needed.

Next year I will start using the new 2014-PT which is prob a bit more suitable for this purpose.

More in the next year,

I wish All visitors and hobby CNCers the best and many chips in 2016!

Greetings, Chris.

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2014-PT prototype built
« Reply #16 on: December 31, 2016, 06:06:39 PM »
Hello All!

2016 has been a bad year for CNC here, although all 2014-PT proto buildups have been finished!
My new personal 2014-PT now need cabeling and final finish, so thats good.
The adventure with closed loop / easy servos can start now  ;D

More for sure this year, and that is a promise!

All the best to all CNCaholics visitors for 2017!

Chris Reinders.