etard wrote:What's a desktop CNC mill? Is it like this:
Cuz, I just picked me up one. No, CNC here baby!
How are you coming on your drives Todd? Are you still planning on producing a couple?
Nice Rusnok mill. You need to convert it to cnc!
The one in my photo is a highly modified MaxNC 15. Just like friction drive a lot of people talk crap about MaxNC but I've had great luck with them. I'm a firm believer that if you're making small parts a small machine (set up correctly) is fine. I currently have 2 small cnc mills, a larger Chinese mill, 2 cnc lathes, and a manual Chinese lathe. Fun stuff!
As for making a couple of drives... I have 3 sitting in front of me right now. One is my girlfriend's and I'm going to make one little change to the other two. Not quite sure what I'm doing with them yet. lol