first of all, I’d like to thank Ryan and his ‘crew’ for sharing all this. I have been reading through all the documentation and many posts. At first, I thought to add some modifications and build some hybrid of mpcnc and lowrider. But the longer I have been reading and thinking about all this it got more an more clearer how well designed everything is - so changing things will most probably make it worse
Here it is, after plotting the crown:
sorry Ryan, cable ties not yet shortened on some axes (I wanted to wait until I’m sure tension is correct)
But first things first:
I spend yesterday building the table. I recognized that I could use 2 concrete walls, which should add a little stability to the table.
This is 15mm OSB, and on top 18mm MDF (which will be cutted out in the mid for easy replacement later on.
So, now I’m at hitting ‘order’ for the stainless steel tubes and ‘print’ on the printer; but I’m still a bit unsure… I plan to have 120x70cm working area, and this could be OK for the foam parts but too large for the MDF moulds I plan to mill. On the other side I think: try it out, if it is not ok I could then decide to resize the machine and build an additional lowrider