[Fab] MaxNC Limit "Screws"

Hao hao at dorabot.com
Sat Jan 19 09:38:37 UTC 2013

Hi Alex,

I've been using MaxNC from July through October last year, and I didn't
find any problem with it, it works very well ( I even made 10 mil trace PCB
with it).

So to identify the problem you mentioned better, would you please provide a
picture? Please upload the picture to google drive or flickr, and publish
the link here, since the mailing list won't allow large pictures.



On Sat, Jan 19, 2013 at 4:39 PM, Thomas Mouton <thomas.mouton at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Fab
> I am familiarizing myself with the shop in preparation for doing some wood
> work and small metal fab.  After my first visit to the space, I was happy
> to find that some tools work!
> Two anchor screws protrude from the MaxNC Mill Base about a a foot from
> the centerline of the mill and it seems that the table and Y stepper motor
> easily run afoul of them.  Is this intended as some sort of hard limit?  I
> worry that the screws will tear out a control wire running to the stepper
> motors or worse.
> I notice that the tailstock handwheel on the current, yellow lathe has
> seen some hard times. Its wobbly and seems to have been glued together.
>  Are there any public domain lathe tools if I wanted to make a new one?
> What is the status of the green mini lathe in the corner? Is it possible to
> loot it for parts?
> Thanks
> Alex Mouton
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