Found it for cheap on Ebay.
Much faster then working with T nuts even for the small parts.
Purely mechanical one. The ones that can use the probe input of the machine cost a fortune.
I couldn't avoid it any longer.
The government gets my fingerprints on file.
I have a chance to fly to Mountain View to represent Open Steet Map because I am mentoring a student in the Google Summer of code.
(He does really great.)
At this point its just a chance.
There are others and the budget for travel of non US residents is limited.
Wish me luck!
|X,Y,Z Working area：||580×380×60mm|
|Max. Feeding height：||≤100mm|
|Lathe structure：||6061/6063 Aluminium alloy|
|Stepping motor：||two-phase 57/3A (2.2-2.5mH inductance)|
|Drive unit：||1605 Ball screw|
|Sliding unit:：||Chromeplate shaft|
|Repeat positioning Accuracy：||0.05mm|
|Spindle：||1500W VFD spindle motor|
|Cutting tool-holder：||ER11-A: 6mm and 3.175mm( =1/8" )|
|Software Compatability：||Mach3/Emc2,(Type3,Wentai, ArtCAM)|
|Command code：||G code/.nc/.ncc/.tab/.txt|