I am getting the new machine on line.
Through the long Christmas holiday weekend I was getting the rotary axis up to usable speed.
I have a job for it.
My Table saw is about 36 inches. My workbench is about 36 inches. The CNC machine in the middle between them is about 8" lower. I want the CNC to serve as an outfeed table for the table saw. Also the table saw to serve as an outfeed or "throughfeed" table for the CNC machine.
SOOOO - I need to raise the machine so the top's will all line up. The legs are all 6" square steel tubing.
I plan to make these legs to fit into the square tubing and raise the CNC to the height I need. I think I am going to make the diameter a bit bigger. Right now they are about 6.5 I can go up to 8" on the rotary.
Hey, I "could" just block up the machine - but why?
I think this will be a good practice run for the rotary.
They again - maybe a Raptor instead of a shell.