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Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine

Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine
Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine
Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine
Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine
Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine

Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine

Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine. Milling Machine: Today, most people are familiar with the concept of 3D printing which is an additive manufacturing process. The part is built up from the base by adding a layer of material at a time. Milling is a subtractive process where material is removed from a solid piece of stock using a sharp tool to reveal the part inside.

CNC: CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. This means that the machine is controlled by a series of codes and numbers output by a computer. These codes can either be output by software, or written line-by-line in a text file.

For more information on the software you need, keep reading. 5 Axis: If you are having a hard time visualizing what "5 axis" could mean, dont worry. Its a lot more simple than it sounds.

Conventional milling machines typically can move in 3 linear axes at a time. An example of this would be a milling machine where the part fixed to the table can move back and forth in two directions (X and Y axes) and the cutting tool can move up and down (Z axis). The extra 2 axes of movement are rotational, which for the Pocket NC means that the part can also rotate about the X axis (A axis) and about the Y axis (B axis). The main advantage of this is that you can now machine on multiple faces of the part without having to refixture it.

What materials can you cut? You can cut materials with hardnesses up to that of aluminum. This includes wax, wood, and plastics.

Example parts cut on a Pocket NC. One extended reach tool holder.

1/8th Inch ER11 Collet and Nut. Single Flute Wood, Wax, and Plastic Endmill - Part 52508. Pocket NC vise and hardware. X Axis · Max Speed: 40 ipm (inches per minute) · Resolution: 0.000125in · Backlash at 100% load : 0.003in · Max Travel: 4.5 in · Homing Repeatability: - +/-0.0005 in · Repeatability: +/-0.002 in at 0% load.

Y Axis · Max Speed: 40 ipm (inches per minute) · Resolution: 0.000125 in · Backlash at 100% load : 0.003 in · Max Travel: 4.8 in · Homing Repeatability: - +/-0.0005 in · Repeatability: +/-0.002 in at 0% load. Z Axis · Max Speed: 40 ipm (inches per minute) · Resolution: 0.000125in · Backlash at 100% load : 0.003in · Max Travel: 3.45 in · Homing Repeatability: - +/-0.0005 in · Repeatability: +/-0.002 in at 0% load. A Axis · Max Speed: 20 degrees/second · Resolution: 0.025 degrees · Backlash at 100% load : 0.05 degrees · Max Travel: 100 degrees (90 degrees +/- 5 degrees) · Homing Repeatability: - +/-0.025 degrees · Repeatability: +/-0.025 degrees at 0% load.

B Axis · Max Speed: 40 degrees/second · Resolution: 0.025 degrees · Backlash at 100% load : 0.05 degrees · Max Travel: continuous rotation · Homing Repeatability: - +/-0.025 degrees · Repeatability: +/-0.025 degrees at 0% load. Spindle · Spindle Speed: 65-10,000 rpm (rated to 50,000 rpm) Runout 0.000078in, Lever type tool change (no wrenches necessary). Tooling: 1/8in or 3mm shank. Power Output: 104 Watts · Spindle Motor: BLDC 3 Phase with Hall Feedback.

Machine Control: BeagleBone Black running Machinekit/LinuxCNC, compatible with Windows, OSx, and Linux systems. Features: Spindle Override, Feed Override, Stop, Start, Pause, Jog while pause, 5 axis simultaneous movement ·.

Power Source: 90-264 VAC, 127-370 VDC, 47-63Hz. Components: 7 NEMA 17 Motors, 3 linear lead screws with preloaded nuts, 4 rotary 8/1 belt drives, Linear Bearings 9 & 42mm 10% preload, Angular contact rotary bearings, 6061 Aluminum Frame, +/-0.002in squareness. Machine Dimensions: Fully extended: 17.5 in wide(444.5 mm) x 12.5 in (317.5 mm) tall x 11 in (279.4 mm) deep Fully compressed: 13 in wide (330.2 mm) x 9.5 in (214.3 mm) tall x 9 in (228.6 mm) deep. Overall part tolerance: +/-0.005 in. The typical process flow for creating a part using the Pocket NC would be to draw your part using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software, generate the toolpath using CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software, and then interface with the machine to send over and monitor the toolpath.

The item "Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine" is in sale since Monday, January 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Business & Industrial\CNC, Metalworking & Manufacturing\Woodworking Equipment\Routers". The seller is "oglysu_55" and is located in CA.

This item can be shipped to United States.


Pocket NC V2-10 5 Axis Desktop CNC Milling Machine