Suppose I have a small shop where I Engrave Signs, make Crafts, do some
cabinet work and other things of this nature. I don't have a big budget
or a big company behind me, but I still want to get started in the CNC Router
In my shop I have a Radial Arm Saw, Drill Press, and some other hand tools. In
my past I've installed software on my PC and don't have any problem adding
another 110V receptacle in the shop or adding a drop for a phone line in the
garage. These are the skills I need to build a CNC Router with an
Engineering Package from Machine Tool Camp.
By using the Blueprints, Electrical Schematics, Bill of Material, and Assembly
Instructions included in the "Engineering Package" you will
be able to quickly order the electrical and mechanical components, the drive
mechanism components and everything else needed to build the machine. The
"Engineering Package" tells you everything you need to purchase,
where to get it, and approximately what it should cost. With the
blueprints and common woodshop tools, you will be able to manufacture all of
the components for the entire machine. The Electrical System is broken
up into several simple wiring diagrams that show you how to hook up the wires
in the Electrical Cabinet. We don't use complicated electrical symbols,
just sketches and photographs of the actual components.
You should plan on spending approximately 25 hours to manufacture the
parts, wire, and assemble the machine. The parts you purchase will start
arriving within a few days of being ordered, as the design uses components
that are in stock and available. The vendors we've selected will accept
payment for the components by Credit Card and will take orders over the
internet if you like.
Not so sure of doing the Electrical Stuff
Just order the Pre-Assembled
CNC Control System. All you have to do is plug it in and mount the
motors to the frame of the machine.