Just this week I finished my build in Noord-Brabant (south of the Netherlands). Notorious for it’s XTC-labs and as of now also famous for at least one MPCNC
I have a MaslowCNC so I already could cut things from wood. But I needed a reason to let Sinterklaas (Dutch version of santa claus) give me a 3d-printer. So eight months later there finally is an operating machine!
Did the crown-test, which went fine. My 5-yo colorized it, despite the fact he insisted the MPCNC would draw a spiderman. I told him that a crown-test must include a crown. Also drawed some squares and circles. I found that my x axis is not completely square but for now it is not a showstopper.
Next thing was smoothing the bottom-surface of a table-top I glued together from scrapwood. The smoothing is needed to secure the legs. I cut the tabletop (circle) on the MaslowCNC, but it can’t cope with uneven surface. Worked like a charm!
Kind regards / houdoe