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Published on 07 Jan 2015 | over 3 years ago

In Part 1, we set up the Arduino & GRBL shield. Now, let's use inexpensive linear motion hardware (links below!) to assemble the bearings, rods and steppers into a functional CNC machine!

Products used in the video:
Arduino Uno: amzn.to/1E0gxVU
Linear Bearing Slider: amzn.to/2GYeRWU
GRBL Alternative for Arduino CNC: amzn.to/2IgMH8Y
GRBL Shield: bit.ly/1vJbWY9
24V Power Supply: amzn.to/1BlwmF4
Multi-Meter: amzn.to/1qppo2C or amzn.to/1siEp1C
8MM Linear Rail: ebay.to/14rPWXB
Stepper: ebay.to/1xNEJ02
Timing Pulley: ebay.to/1I25PEN
Timing Belt: ebay.to/1xNxthz
Dial Indicator: amzn.to/1DuvGQC
Indicator with Mag Base: amzn.to/1ABvkba
2-4-6 Blocks: amzn.to/2IgQrHo

In this video, we look at the CAD model of the machine, discuss basic design philosophy, test it's accuracy (amazing results!), then do the final GRBL set up so that we can export CAM G-Code to use on the machine!

CAD Model (SolidWorks) available for download at bit.ly/1LaLPhv (For Patreon Supporters)

We just added a Part 3 with a Z-axis upgrade! Check it out at youtu.be/gzLYNSQEPDk !

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Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch

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How to Extract a Broken Screw: youtu.be/YPMf5BgJkG8

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