OK, I thought I'd start a new thread about this little machine, I'm going to be "Field Testing" it for Geetech from Taiwan.
If you would like to know how this came about, check out >> This Thread <<
Here is the info sheet from the company, that they were handing out at the trade show.......
This is a pre-production model, a mule to be worked so they can find out what works and what does not work. Judging from the samples at the show, it works quite well already.
Once I got it home, I had my buddy Jake come over and give me a hand unloading it, and then it started it's decent into the Dungeon.
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Here it is setting on my worktable in the center of the shop, it will remain here, until I clear a spot out for it.
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I was asked about the motor and such, I'm not up on this tool yet, but here are a couple of screen captures from the CAD soft that comes with, the software is by www.type3.com
Here is the motor, I thought it would be more robust, but really, it is one solid little motor, and spinning at 30K rpm, well I'm sure it cuts just fine
This is the guts of the machine, I blurred stuff out, as I'm not sure what is for public viewing or not, I do not want to upset the fine folks at Geetech there is a fan at the back of the case and one on top, there is a filter on the intake fan, but as you can see, even after only moderate use at the trade show, there was a fair bit of dust in the machine.
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Here is the intake fan, and the same fan with the filter removed, I can put some much better filter material in there, as well as seal up the case in other places.
Well that is it for now, I expect to hear back from Geetech soon, so they can give me a "Quick Start Guide"