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    What did you find? Was the rotor rubbing on the...

    What did you find?
    Was the rotor rubbing on the windings?
    How do the bearings feel?
    Repairable?
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    I agree...I went witht the Ethernet version as it...

    I agree...I went witht the Ethernet version as it is less prone to electrical noise problems.
    I went from a chinese USB to ESS and I also got vast improvement.
  3. Thats a very kind offer Chris. yes, its the age...

    Thats a very kind offer Chris.
    yes, its the age old problem...how to build a CNC Router without having a CNC Router.

    If I understand correctly, you have made all the parts by hand and now you...
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    Very nice.:2tsup:

    Very nice.:2tsup:
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    Dang...hard to do a good job when your starting...

    Dang...hard to do a good job when your starting with that....
    Going to make some new ones from scratch?

    Steve
  6. Thread: Shed....finally

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    Very Nice Erick.

    Very Nice Erick.
  7. Thread: Shed....finally

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    Good stuff Erick. :2tsup:

    Good stuff Erick. :2tsup:
  8. Thread: starting out

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    A CNC Router? What do you want to do? How much...

    A CNC Router?
    What do you want to do?
    How much do you want to spend?
  9. Thread: Shed....finally

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    Very nice! I am jealous....lol

    Very nice!

    I am jealous....lol
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    Thanks China.

    Thanks China.
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    Hi Kryn, Its not Erick. I have been following...

    Hi Kryn,
    Its not Erick. I have been following his build and admire it alot...lol
    I saw that he used Delrin for temporany side plates.
    I am talking about someone else.

    I thought Trespa would be...
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    DIY CNC Router Side Plate Material

    I recent saw a awesome DIY CNC Router on U Tube and I noticed the Side Plates were NOT made of metal of any kind.
    It looked to me to be Delrin. I was interested as I am planning a Larger Extrusion...
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    Thanks Woodman12. I just bought a digitizing...

    Thanks Woodman12.
    I just bought a digitizing probe. Now I need to find a project where I need to use it.lol
  14. Thread: CNCZone

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    Phew...thought my throat had been cut.....lol

    Phew...thought my throat had been cut.....lol
  15. Thread: CNCZone

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    CNCZone

    CNCzone appears to be down.
    The same for you?
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    I have fitted an Incra 1000 SE to my Hammer K3....

    I have fitted an Incra 1000 SE to my Hammer K3.
    Not sure if that helps or not.
    Its very snug in tohe slot and does not need to slide as I use the sliding panel to amke cuts.
    Steve

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    Sorry, I can't help you with an Australian...

    Sorry, I can't help you with an Australian design.
    I will be in a similar situation for my next CNC Router and I like what CNCRouterparts have to offer.
    You can buy the Frame AND electronics or...
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    I finally got the parts I needed to finished this...

    I finally got the parts I needed to finished this today.
    The new track insert is very snub in the sliding table track and when I set the Incra, it clamps it all in place and I just move the sliding...
  20. Cutting Mitre's for corners that are not 90

    This just popped up on my U-Tube feed.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HNTSddZHm4

    Simple and appears to work very well.....


    Steve
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    I can't see why not. None of the hardware to do...

    I can't see why not. None of the hardware to do this, has been removed.

    Sent from my SM-G920I using Tapatalk
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    I got the track cut out and fitted to the...

    I got the track cut out and fitted to the Hammer's slot. Is nice and snug. The Thread inserts fit, but are not glued in yet.Will probably epoxy them in seeing as they have some tension on them.
    A...
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    Adapting a Incra 1000SE to fit a Hammer K3.

    I'm going to try something a bit crazy here.......If it doesn't work...no matter.
    I'm going to cut a new track out in jarrah, that fits the Hammer and I can attach the Incra to.
    I will try jarrah,...
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    My thoughts...... Work out what size machine you...

    My thoughts......
    Work out what size machine you want/need. ( cutting area ) I bought a 6040 ( 600 x 400 mm ) and it just about is as big as I'll ever need. Other alternative is 3020, and that may...
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    Have you used it in anger yet Derek? Interested...

    Have you used it in anger yet Derek?
    Interested to hear how it went.
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    Maybe if you could get a 15A dedicated GPO...

    Maybe if you could get a 15A dedicated GPO installed in the carport, then you will have lots of options.
    I run my 3HP Hammer TS off the same deal. It will actually run off a 10A circuit but I think...
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    Very nice Derek. Your making me look bad...lol...

    Very nice Derek.
    Your making me look bad...lol
    You make suggestions on how to make one and then you go and do it!....:D

    My vigor to make one has been renewed....

    Steve
  28. Thread: Test Cut

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    Thanks Bohdan. I'll give it a shot and report...

    Thanks Bohdan. I'll give it a shot and report back.
  29. Thread: Test Cut

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    Test Cut

    I've done a test cut for some 30 ish Coasters I'm making for our wedding later this year. Has sanding sealer on it for now.
    This the 3rd attempt.Cutting depth is only 0.5 mm cut it seems deep...
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    You could try warming in an oven, that way there...

    You could try warming in an oven, that way there is not chance of heating too much to damage it. Cooling in a freezer and repeat.
    I wouldn't use an 'electric impact'( too harsh ), I would try and...
  31. Hi Derek, I chose to go with the 3hp motor and ...

    Hi Derek,
    I chose to go with the 3hp motor and have the 12" blade but it was still not deep enough to cut in one pass.
    The finish I got with the Hammer was awesome. I don't think you would...
  32. Finally got around to trying this today. I...

    Finally got around to trying this today.
    I decided on the 'cut half way through and turn it over' method suggested by someone here.
    It worked out better than I hoped. Only thing was I had to make...
  33. Yes, I'd be happy with that mitre as well..lol ...

    Yes, I'd be happy with that mitre as well..lol

    You don't use the scale on the table ? I assume its not accurate enough. Your results prove that.

    The Incra requires calibration when you first...
  34. Thanks Chris. Great info there. I see how the F&F...

    Thanks Chris. Great info there. I see how the F&F Jig would be very handy. A Safer way to make cuts. Fingers no where near the blade.
  35. That's what I plan on trying. I don't see why I...

    That's what I plan on trying. I don't see why I need to replicate its setup? If the rail in snug in the slot , I clamp it down anywhere along the sliding table, or am I missing something?



    I...
  36. Thanks Guys. You are probably right. I think...

    Thanks Guys. You are probably right.
    I think what started this was the fact I wanted to cut an uneven mitre join ( 32 and 58 ) for an oven surround, and that was difficult with the Hammer setup....
  37. I saw that page. He uses the stock mitre so does...

    I saw that page. He uses the stock mitre so does not have a Angle scale .
    I have an outrigger. I'm just trying this out.:)

    To cut 'matching mitres' it appears that you have to move the fence...
  38. You might be right. The only way for me to find...

    You might be right. The only way for me to find out if this is a backward step is to try it. I'm not that experienced with Table saws, but the way Hammer set up mitre cuts seems a bit vague to me.
    I...
  39. Using an Incra 1000 SE Mire Gauge on a Hammer K3 Winner

    I decided to start a new thread as the other one had moved on too far from the original post.

    I decided the only way to see if a Incra Mitre gauge could be used on the K3 Hammer, for sure, was to...
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    I did what you are trying to do a few years...

    I did what you are trying to do a few years ago.As the guys have said, you will need to make an astable oscillator where you can vary the frequency via a potentiometer. I used a 555 timer.What sort...
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    Yep...that it. I just found it and came to...

    Yep...that it. I just found it and came to report back.I'm Back!....lol
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    Yep..work PC is normal...Just I'll have to do...

    Yep..work PC is normal...Just I'll have to do some digging.
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    Ok, thanks Al.I was afraid of that...lol

    Ok, thanks Al.I was afraid of that...lol
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    Something changed ?

    A few days ago, the layout of this forum suddenly changed. Posts are in 'blocks'I thought there may have been a crash and it was being backed up, but its been days.Is everyone seeing the same thing...
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    Kitchen Bench Trim

    Hi Gents,The Mrs wanted the brick wall at the end of the Kitchen bench removed.That was done, now I have try and make the end of the bench look nice.Have Liquid Nails a piece of Melamine over most of...
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    Nice description Lappa. :2tsup: Looks like...

    Nice description Lappa. :2tsup:

    Looks like 12VAC , Sacc51. Should be easy enough to source.
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    PM sent.

    PM sent.
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    Wouldn't you know it....I've just discovered a...

    Wouldn't you know it....I've just discovered a problem with my pump.
    'Sometimes' it won't start when submerged.......
    I pulled it down to see if anything was worn or clogging it...nothing.
    I'm off...
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    Thanks Alan, Yes, may need to get a new guide...

    Thanks Alan,
    Yes, may need to get a new guide rail made..
    Didn't expect to have to do that...lol
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    Thanks Chris, I was just looking at the width of...

    Thanks Chris,
    I was just looking at the width of the slot. The Incra blurb says it can only be adjusted for slot widths between 18.80 to 19.30 mm. Mine is 22.00 mm so I thought that may be a show...
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