JbassPlayer28: do a helical plunge, I cringed when I saw/heard you plunge straight down so fast for such a tiny tool and light duty machine
Lee Marsden: Hi there. I'm just about to order one of these machines. I'll be using it to cut 15mm pvc Foamex. The sheets are a4 size, could you tell me if that will fit on the bed? And where the spec says 300x200mm travel, does that mean it will cut a maximum size of 297x197mm with a 3mm bit? Thanks in advance
Alberto Gulmini: hello steve greetings from italy. may i disturb you for a few questions about this machine? i am a enthusiast into motorbikes and i often have the need of small parts like flanges, scrws plates etc. nothign big, let say 25 by 10 cm maximun size. i wish to know which kind of precision this machine has while " passing and repassing" the path as you have shown here , until the plate has been cut. i mean i do not need 1/1000 mm precision but almost the 1/10 th of mm is needed. how will you " grade" this machine? moreover is sold with the small " dremels" or must bought a part? morevoer the flute tool you use is used witha mandrel that seems not from a dremel tool, is your modification or stock from the item? where have you bought it and will you suggest to buy? thanks ps: wich cam software comes with the machine if any and will accept autocad files? thanks alberto and congratulation great job.
The President of The Internet: I am tempted to buy one of these purely to create parts for a better CNC build - nice to see it can cut aluminium reasonably well - if v slow
anil kumar: Please give seller and price detail
Steven Reynolds: well done for relizing how many people are quick to criticize others, nice job we get what you were trying to do, as getting to be an expert you will i'm sure as it takes years to train in engineering to be a master machinist, well done again, thanks for posting Steve
Tom Gertenhäuer: hey i was wondering is this the CNC 3020 ROUTER ENGRAVER ENGRAVING DRILLING / MILLING MACHINE 3 AXIS DESKTOP off of ebay? im seriously considering getting this for a project of mine
EverythingOnWheelz: Hi I'm wondering , how thick was this aluminum ? I'm thinking of buying one off of ebay it says it's a cnc3020. For a few custom pieces of aluminum and plexiglass but I'm not sure if this is a good buy for those purposes. I like what you've been able to do just wanting a realistic opinion . Thanks bro
Have a happy day: I have the same machine, but I can't get it to work. Which configuration file did you use?
Martin Scorsteezy: RIP Headphone users.
Charles Cook: Hi Steve
I need advice pls. I want to get a router to make my own vacuum forming moulds in aluminium.I found a machine from HENAN YINGKAI TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTD
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Model FY7090 is 1.5kw,if change it to 2.2kw,we need to change the inverter and the spindle motor any ideas or comments please?
DJB HSI: Put it in a sound poof enclosure. I have a friend who made a nice dust containment cabinet for his and the sound is really low.
Victor Perez Losada: Hello, amazing job !! I have the same machine, but i have a problem to configurate the axis motor, velocity, for that i can not reach the size that i have for the ob, could you send me this configuration please? Thanks, best regards.
Johhny Hasklet: It's obviously loud on aluminum,,,I'm getting a 3040 for wood, it's not quite as bad they say, I have close neighbors as well, they're already loud so o well!
Brian Janiszewski: Got any info on that spindle??
Enrique Gutiérrez: Great job buddy
Halfdantheblack: Hey Steve.
Which spindle motor is this? Is it the water cooled 800 watt or the smaller one?
Thanks, and enjoy your day.
rc filming: Hi,
I also wanna buy 3020. But I live in a flat. Do you think it is too loud?
I don`t wanna disturb my neighbors;-)
Mike Grant: about which mill to use - generally I use the one that is not broken - works better than the one that is !! like the video. I have some similar vids on my channel relating to making camera gear on a mill.
Safety Steve: Thanks for that, look forward to seeing some of your videos where you can show us all how to do it properly ;)
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.