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My Cnc project (Parker linear tables)
« on: December 01, 2007, 12:59:31 PM »
Hi! (sorry for my bad English)
I want to share with you the experience of build my CNC Table..!
Before A year ago I was Design a table made of ready bosch linear tables
( from CKK series)


The Price With alouminium profiles has reached 30.000$.
After a second though and a tax office invation to my money ( I pay about 20.000$ last year) I desided to make a more economical dreams for my CNC table.
I try the ebay.
After 3-4 months of searching and waiting I almost finish and i have allmost all the parts I need to make the dream come true.!

I choose the parker tables from the Series 406XR and 404XR for Z Axis.
(The Coca cola is to see more clear the real Size )
      
 
The cost With Shipping was:
The 2 Y Axis 800mm travel 1400$ (1999 Used) Parker XR406
The 1 X Axis 800mm travel 1200$ (2002 Used) Parker XR406
The 1 Z Axis 150mm Travel 160$ (2003 allmost new) Danaher Ds4
The 1 Z Axis 200mm Travel 180$ (2004 allmost new) Parker XR404

And A Mounting Bracket For YZ 130$

   


I shoot And Few details
X Axis lead 25mm



Y Axis lead 10mm


Unfortunatly Only one Axis come with Nema 34 motor mount to fit with my servo motors. So I have to order a couple for the Y Axis and One for Z axis



I have allready ordered the alluminium frames to connect the linear tables

More photos soon...!
 ;)
 


What do you think..?
Thanks
George
Re: My Cnc project (Parker linear tables)
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2007, 01:23:08 PM »
Thats a great machine. Don't even want to know the cost, to expensive for me. What are you going to make with it?

Grat job

Ron
Re: My Cnc project (Parker linear tables)
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2007, 01:47:33 PM »
Re: My Cnc project (Parker linear tables)
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2007, 11:11:03 AM »
I have some progress with XY mounting.
I take 2 alluminium pieces set with Clamping fixtures from a Compact Modules CKK (Star rexroth)
 

The 4 holes have 126mm distance so I have to drill a new ones with 168mm distance.!

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i have also drill aditional holes to mount the alluminium to my parker table.!

          

The result is a very stable connection!!!

     

Thats all for now.!