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    No matter which option you use re motion, dust and dirt will have to be controlled. Linear guide ways have seals that work very effectively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericks2 View Post
    Looks like this will be a good option for you....local and it looks good

    https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https...oMZG6GOg-QqBv8

    heres some raw footage of it in action YouTube and the normal ballscrew version YouTube

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    Looks like i might start building a 3m x 1.5m machine. Going to start the design phase soon

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    Keep us informed, I'm keen to see what you make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoneInspector View Post
    Keep us informed, I'm keen to see what you make.
    Will do

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    1200 x 600 would do me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappa View Post
    1200 x 600 would do me
    Is that cutting area?

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    Having another look and measure, probably 1200 x 800 overall. What size work area would that give me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappa View Post
    Having another look and measure, probably 1200 x 800 overall. What size work area would that give me?
    Depends on your design....most likely 600 x 1000. My current machine work area is approx 700 x 1000

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    I was looking at the Maslow for sheet size cutting, the unique design is pretty smart and cost is good too.

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