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August 4, 2010

CNC Build using 80/20 Aluminum

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Frank Pirz documented the build of his CNC machine which is based these plans. It was interesting to see that the 80/20 Aluminum was cut using a simple miter saw. The electronics case is a old computer case which is exactly what I also did, purchasing a large electrical box is quite expensive and computer cases are plentiful. Unlike most things, the older the case the better since older cases are built like a tank the modern ones are built like the tin foil wrapped around a baked potato. The end machine appears to be very stable and has a nice beefy look.


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One Response to “CNC Build using 80/20 Aluminum”

  1. Electronics-Lab.com Blog » Blog Archive » CNC Build using 80/20 Aluminum Says:

    […] In this website¬†”Frank Pirz” documented the build of his CNC machine which is based on¬†these plans. He used 80/20 Aluminum to build the frame and the result appears to be solid. Check construction details on the link below. [via] […]

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