TravelCNC doing it's first cuts

My TravelCNC reached it's most important milestone!

The mobile CNC workshop in a custom made flightcase now has completely new electronics and made it's first cuts using it.
It's now a usable, mobile 4 axis CNC milling machine.
...soon it will also be 3D printing and vector cutting.

  • add Basotect sound proofing
  • connect the USB control board to the spindle controller (speed in software)
  • add table legs to the top panel to use it as a collapsable work table
  • test 3D printing (ThingOMatic already disassembled, should work)
  • Replace 10A power socket with 16A version
  • add IP64 power sockets (you always need power socket in a workshop)
  • add mounting for vector knife (like drag-knife but cutting real 90° angles)

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