Hello, my name is Adrian. I’m studying Industrial Desing and this year I learned how to use a pretty big 3 axis CNC in the university with one of my teachers. I milled a 1:10 scale SUV in polyurethane foam (I added a photo) and I’m very interested in building an MPCNC for milling soft materials and 3D printing.
I need a pretty big volume due the size of the products we design (in the final proyect we have to design a car). But i dont know if I will need to do some modifications to the original MPCNC.
I read this post and I’m planing on doing something similar but in a smaller size. I need a portable machine.
I’m thinking on doing a kind of core xy build with the mpcnc on top (without legs) and a height adjustable base (sometimes i will need to mill some wood).
I already have an Anet A8 with some friends, but I want a bigger volume
My idea is to have a working volume of 23"x 23"x 20", but I don’t know if the Z axis will work well.
Sorry for my bad english and congrats for this beautiful machine.