I’ve had the parts for my Lowrider2 printed and purchased for over a year. Just sitting in a closet.
Don’t even open it any more because it’s so depressing to see it all sitting there.
I don’t have any tools, other than hand tools, to build a table, and I don’t have access to a truck to buy sheets, although I can rent one, if needed.
The reason I became interested in CNC, was my inability to be as exacting as I’d like.
Somehow, I’m a master of measure twice/cut once - incorrectly.
How level does the machine have to be usable?
my car only fits 32” sheets, at most. If I have to buy multiple small sheets of mdf/ply to make a full sheet table, can I make that work?
Is there a way to surface out any leveling inconsistencies due to slight variations in leg length, and/or multiple sheets not, precisely, lining up?
I’ve got to get this thing going.
I know I can use it, once it’s up and running, to cut torsion box parts, so any fix would be temporary.
Thanks again for any help.
Edit: my other option would be to build, using extrusions. I didn’t search first, but has anyone, successfully, done something similar?