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Orange Desktop CNC Mill Kit


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  • 3 Axis Computer Controlled Milling Machine Accurate to 0.001 inches
  • Great for wood carving, PCB boards, foam models
  • Maximum 8" x 11" x 3" Milling Volume (varies with tool and bit)
  • Includes all electronics, power supply and software
  • Requires Dremel (TM) or other brand rotary tool sold separately
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Technical Details
Item Weight18 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 11 x 15 inches
Item model numberMBCNC1
Sizefull size
Colormetallic and white
Materialmetal, wood, plastic
Power Sourceac
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Handle Materialwood, plastic, pcb boards, foam
Measurement Accuracy.001
UsageWood Cutting
Included ComponentsComes as a Combo Set
  
Additional Information
ASINB006N39GNA
Best Sellers Rank #981,457 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 pounds
Date First AvailableDecember 16, 2011
  
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**Will be received for Christmas if ordered by 11pm 12/20/2011 for shipment in USA.** The Orange Desktop CNC Mill Kit from Maker Bench is a terrific way to get started with CNC milling. This kit includes everything needed to get started milling wood, plastics, foam, rubber, PCB boards and more include the 3 axis cnc machine with frame, 3 NEMA 17 motors, power box with 250 watt power supply, cnc control electronics and CNC control software. A separate PC with a parellel port is needed and a rotary tool (Dremel or other brand) is needed and not included in this kit. Some users may have success with aluminum using a very small depth of cut. This is a kit which requires assembly. Tools required for assembly are a power drill/driver (drill bits are provided in kit), screw drivers, a metal file, hammer and SAE wrenches. These are all common tools that most people have available already. See our Maker Bench You Tube channel to see the machine in operation. Detailed assembly instructions are available from our website.

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Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LifetimeNerd on March 12, 2012
I'd been wanting to build a small CNC machine for a long time, but didn't want to spend too much money on it. I chose this one because it was affordable, and included everything but the dremel tool, bits, and an old PC with a parallel port. It came with a bootable live-cd with Ubuntu Linux and EMC2 software to run it. I found the folks at Makerbench to be knowledgeable in CNC and willing to answer all my questions. The accuracy was amazingly better than I expected. I've been using it to mill Printed Circuit Boards and make cutouts in small plastic panels. If you are new to DIY CNC machines this is a great place to start.
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