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what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Biotech1 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:25 pm

whats the maximum size I can stretch this out to..
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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Biotech1 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 5:29 pm

going for 36 in X
24 in Y
7 in Z
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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Techgraphix » Sun May 01, 2016 9:57 am

just curious... WHAT? a cruiseboat or a wristwatch?

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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Biotech1 » Sun May 01, 2016 11:42 pm

lol buildlog 2x laser
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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby sshwarts » Mon May 02, 2016 1:44 pm

24x36 is the size I built.

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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Biotech1 » Tue May 03, 2016 1:35 am

sswarts...you have any issues. what kind of speed are you getting I used that script to enlarge it. Would you be willing to share pics...
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Postby sshwarts » Tue May 03, 2016 2:22 pm

I think you found my buildlog for pictures. I'm not sure how to answer your speed question. Speed is really about the material you are cutting and the wattage of the tube, PPI, etc. The biggest challenge I had with going larger is staying square and optics alignment.
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Postby Biotech1 » Wed May 04, 2016 1:18 am

ok is this similar to what you got just gonna order the extrusion and see but trying to go 20mm or actually 1 inch...
Saved backup file: C:/Users/Patrick/Documents/OpenSCAD/backups/parametric_buildlog_laser_2-backup-gqHp6812.scad
Compiling design (CSG Tree generation)...
ECHO: "GANTRY"
ECHO: " MakerSlide: 1 x 1110mm (43.7008in)"
DEPRECATED: Support for reading files in linear_extrude will be removed in future releases. Use a child import() instead.
DEPRECATED: The import_stl() module will be removed in future releases. Use import() instead.
ECHO: " MakerSlide: 2 x 865mm (34.0551in)"
ECHO: " EconoBelt: 1 x 2336.8mm (cut) (93in, rounded up)"
ECHO: " EconoBelt: 2 x 1625.6mm (cut) (64in, rounded up)"
ECHO: " (shaft src): 1 x 558.8mm (22in)"
ECHO: " (shaft src): 1 x 508mm (20in)"
ECHO: "Z TABLE"
ECHO: " 2 x HFS5-2020-987 987mm (38.8583in)"
ECHO: " 2 x HFS5-2020-675 675mm (26.5748in)"
ECHO: "Z TABLE PANEL"
ECHO: " 1 x C19010 987mm x 715mm (38.8583in x 28.1496in)"
ECHO: "Z LEADSCREWS"
ECHO: " 3 x B18009-xxxx (0.25in,20tpi threaded rod) 280.2mm (11.0315in)"
ECHO: " 1 x B18009-xxxx (0.25in,20tpi threaded rod) 331mm (13.0315in)"
ECHO: "Z CLOSED BELT"
ECHO: " EconoBelt: 1 x B28035 (loop timing belt) : close to 2726.08mm (~107.3in, rounded)"
ECHO: "FRAME"
ECHO: " Misumi 2040:"
ECHO: " 2 x HFS5-2040-1367 1367mm (53.8189in)"
ECHO: " Misumi 2020:"
ECHO: " 4 x HFS5-2020-387 387mm (15.2362in)"
ECHO: " 3 x HFS5-2020-1367 1367mm (53.8189in)"
ECHO: " 3 x HFS5-2020-1137 1137mm (44.7638in)"
ECHO: " 1 x HFS5-2020-1132 1132mm (44.5669in)"
ECHO: " 7 x HFS5-2020-865 865mm (34.0551in)"
ECHO: " 1 x HFS5-2020-230 230mm (9.05512in)"
ECHO: " 1 x HFS5-2020-90 90mm (3.54331in)"
ECHO: " 1 x HFS5-2020-237 237mm (9.33071in)"
ECHO: "COVER"
ECHO: " 2 x HFS5-2020-1132 1132mm (44.5669in)"
ECHO: " 2 x HFS5-2020-745 745mm (29.3307in)"
ECHO: "COVER WINDOW PANEL"
ECHO: " 1132mm x 785mm (44.5669in x 30.9055in)"
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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby sshwarts » Thu May 05, 2016 5:22 pm

Not sure I understand your question. HFS5-2020 is already a 20x20mm extrusion (exception of two 20x40 pieces in the frame).

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Re: what`s thebiggest size that can be built...??????

Postby Biotech1 » Sat May 07, 2016 5:52 am

Sorry what I meant was did you use metric 20x20 or did you go standard 25.4x25.4... theres 5.4 mm difference in conversion from metric to standard which is a difference of .213 inches... sorry I'm a Machinist so I'm alittle knit picky figure going standard the extra .213 would help with the frame being rigid..
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