Firstly a huge thanks to Ryan for designing such an awesome machine and creating this amazing forum.
I’ve been watching this progress since 2016 when I moved away from the SF Bay Area down to the mountain town of Boquete, Panama.
Not having access to maker spaces prompted me to want to build my own down here, so after getting settled down, it’s finally time to turn some attention to building my first CNC.
I just got a 3D printer as well so time to start printing up the parts. It will probably be a slow task as power outages are quite common down here so even on a battery backup, I’ll be printing each part individually to minimize risk of lost prints.
This is gonna be a blast!