1NRG24Seven: Very Nice Build, especially like the lil 4th axes attachment and gotta see that work in a vid.
diyengineer: I want to make something like this to teach my brother on. would be nice to have on your desktop, and be able to go between cad, cam, vericut, and then see it live. Yours is REALLY high quality though, i just need a cheapo haha.
radioshack7: I don't have a parts list for this. It's a one of a kind with the specific actuators I used. This size machine with the spindle I had on it wouldn't be able to handle cutting steel though. You'd need a very rigid setup for that. Thanks for watching.
1Trueone55: NIce looking Machine, have you put together a parts list and cost if others would like to build something similar... I am looking for something that could machine aluminum blocks or even steel/Stainless etc etc etc.
radioshack7: Thanks for watching.
jwong19: Excellent work. Very careful mount. Thanks for sharing it.
lordmcted: Rare to see someone who puts so much effort into the details and extras. Fantastic work, nicely done!
eercan63: Hi, a really nice, small cnc, congratulations. Could you please email me, I'd like to discuss with you about this small cnc. Many thanks in advance. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vincent: Wow that is beautiful! I would love something that small for my apartment to make PCBs and small parts. But I am guessing that would cost quite a lot to make.
BubbleOneOne: Great job! Excellent enclosure!
dj7310: that looks like a very clean machine!
abtra: I really like your mounting for the y axis, it's very compact looking. Do you have an instructable or parts list?
Pete F: Nice job mate!
diyengineer: That looks AWESOME! Great job, looks like quality!
RTech: Great Job On It.
I just love how people make these huge machines small.
Darko Bunic: Very nice machine ... good work!
togaida: NIIICE, Very nice man, it's ingenius in it's simplicity. I don't mean that the machine is simple I mean the design works well with this machine that one experience, "whydidn'ti thinkofthat" syndrome. LOL...hey bravo and keep the vids comin...5 stars
Homemade Mini DIY CNC 4 axis milling machine - Neo7CNC.com4.6
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