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    Equipment for CNC

    Hi Everybody,
    could anyone give me the places where i could get the stepper servomotor either in europe or china dealers and also the watt average used for the CNC machine and also all materials like rods etc..

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    Hi Marc


    Try this site: http://www.damencnc.com/

    They have all you need

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    Jan Geurtsen

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    Many thanks for your help jan i willhave a look today

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    And as a bonus DamenCNC will answer your questions concerning the build of your machine.

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    thank you very much Wendy

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    I got my motors & drivers from these guys, had no problems with the order from eBay with them communication was great & postage was faily quick. & I'm happy with the products.

    http://stores.ebay.com/Wantai-Electr...pliance-Co-Ltd

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    Thanks a lot riche

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    Hi i wanted to know the proper oz for me to start cutting cockpit panels as i saw on the web site that riche gave me and before i do order for me to get the proper servo motor. also if whatsoever i want to cut MDF wood also

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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    Hello Marc,

    I’m using this controller-kit from HobbyCNC.com and added two 305oz steppers
    (#23-305-DS8A) from the same company as my X and Y steppers. For Z axis
    you can use a smaller stepper. I have a few on the shelf from some old printers.
    The Power Supply you can build yourself if you like.

    About the controller; it’s smart to pick one with four channels – X, Y & Z plus
    one extra (A) for running an index wheel (makes the difference in many
    operations like knobs, round and none planar items) or as a channel in
    spare if one blows

    Everything performs very well for normal “cockpit” operations.

    Take your time and plan well. I used Cnczone a lot during the planning / building phase.
    Now I'm visiting more often sites like: Cnc-Plus and Sorotec .

    Anyway - good luck with your CNC project – you’ll never regret
    and ask questions & search the forum. There are many CNC owners
    in here and a lot of experience - some have build their own,
    others running ready made units.

    Bottom line is your own ability & resources and of course the bank account
    Regards,
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    Re: Equipment for CNC

    I bought the 425oz package with drivers, breakout board & power supply. There prices are good too.
    I Started with Nothing & ive still got loads left..

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