Small is the name of the game…or at least in this game called V1 CNC.
Was happy with my MPCNC churning away parts but there were always things I was not happy about. One thing I could never get fixed was the fact my edges were never perpendicular so tolerances were a pain sometimes and drilling holes on the sides of parts was a hassle. Other than that, perfect!
I want to try something new and hopefully quicker and more accurate. I am very curious as to how well it will perform compared to my already small MPCNC. If there is not a big difference in possible cutting speeds I won’t be that upset. There are other benefits.
My overall build size uses a 2’x4’ table which appears to be one of the smallest lowriders made. Nothing I work with is that big and it will have about 2.3x more cutting area than my MPCNC which took up pretty much the same space. Sounds goods to me! Router will be the 611 I still have to buy.
I bought 304 stainless 049" pipes but upon measuring them, they’re not that straight and some of the pieces are ovaled pretty bad, at least 2mm difference in diameter in some areas. Looking into getting a refund or exchange because I payed $99…bummer.