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CNC mill for shaping lures

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#21 Delw


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Posted 10 December 2003 - 09:25 AM

my opinion you did the best way possible, as long as the manual mill is rigid, what brand and size did you get?

ALso on the conversion did you get the three axis one? or just the 2 axis one? What brand conversion did you get?

Bobcad is a good software for just beginning.


#22 Fireball Lures

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Posted 10 December 2003 - 01:11 PM

Hey Del I got the Sieg mill it's the one from Harbor Freight (no shipping charges) I talked to a guys who makes table top injection machines and asked him what he uses to make his mold and he told me how he did his mill. So i pretty much copied his mill, it's a 3 axis mill with a kit from www.KDNtool.com, I purchased the steppers from ebay and the drivers from Xylotex. I think it will be a descent machine to play around with, I did my homework and looked around alot before I bought anything. It's still gonna take me sometime to get it all together and up and running but I'm not gonna rush it. I think it will do alright for what I wanna do but we will see.