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3d Printed Diy Dremel Cnc Mills Aluminium


[MUSIC] Here is to everyone that didn’t believe – does that said I can’t for those who wanted to see me fail, but also to those who support helped and built my project because only people that are crazy enough to think that they can mill aluminum on a 3d printed. CNC machine are the ones who do. Finally its time to try to move aluminum on a printed. DIY Dremel CNC. I know it took me a lot of time to get to this point, but I had to get used to using this machine and prepare myself mentally because Millet Aluminium on a 3d printed CNC. There is really not a simple thing. I also faced some problems with such a simple thing as buying aluminum here in Poland because most of the companies even didn’t reply to my email and when they did, they were like we are not selling to individuals so sorry. I finally managed to find someone that so aluminum for quite a decent price here. I have few plates so today we are going to try to mill aluminium. I’m a 3d printer. There is emergency, but before that, let me share with you. Some news and updates on this product news number one. We cursed 1000 members in the Facebook group. And that’s really amazing there’s. All those cool people that help each other. If someone have a problem, there is almost always someone that know how to resolve it. So if you have a problem, don’t ask me the email or in the comment or send me a Facebook message. Just ask in the group because there is all the cool people that always want to help, and most of them even know more than me, so it’s better to us in the group than me personally. 1000 people, That’s what I never expect so many people to be in this Facebook group, but it’s still growing and that’s amazing. Thank you very much for that If you are not in the Facebook group yet I will leave a link in the description, so make sure to join me because of the contest that I attended to some time ago, I asked in the group. Where are you guys? The builders of German C&C are from and the response was amazing over 80 comments. And here is the result we are over the world literally, except one continent. Antarctica and I don’t really expect any one from Antarctica to build a machine. See, but if you are from Antarctica and you are watching this video, please build this machine because I wanted to put a mark on Antarctica, too, and I want this machine to be on each continent. Thank you very much as I said. I attended the contest in Qatar, which assigned time ago. It was a really great event Organized by Festival of Science. Didn’t want anything there, but meet all of amazing people. We had some great talks. Some even recognized my projects from the internet. It was a really great event and hopefully. I will be there next year. That’s it for drama, See Encinos. And now let’s get to mimic. Peering at different sizes of aluminum sheets. Does our scrap pieces that someone sell online a really cheap? That’s a great way to buy inexpensive material so that you can learn how to mill aluminum on the budget. The first thing that we have to do is to find depth and piece that we’ll use while mink. I already did that before, so let me just quickly explain how I did that. Keep in mind that depends on the spindle bit and material to do everything. Those values can vary a lot. All you have to do is to try different values, starting slow and shallow and increasing that as long as everything seems to be fine. Be careful because you can break a bit or destroy your machine to make the single passes. I simply controlled my machine through CNC JS with decode comments after few passes, I found that 0.1 millimeter deep at 800 millimeters per minute fit seemed to work fine. If you are using the same setup as I do, you probably can use the same feed, but try to experiment. Maybe you’ll find a better setting than I did. Once we figure out fit and depth of CAD. We can go to fusion 360 I wouldn’t cover all the fusion 360 things right there. If you want to know how to export g-code. And how to prepare stuff for milling. Check out this video. I explained right there. Everything what we have to change is depth of cut and fit. Everything else stays the same make. Aluminum is not simple. We have to go slow and be very careful because there is all the things that could go wrong with named aluminum. I already did my design in fusion. I’m going to mill aluminum in aluminum. I mean, aluminium from periodic table. I thought that this is a small and simple thing to mill really good idea to start with nothing fast in this video. I just want to see if milling aluminum is possible on this machine, so it will be quite small. I already did this setup. I set up the adaptive clearing and to the contour. Everything should be ready. Let’s just run the simulation to see how we look back. I decided to try to Mu 0 points 2 millimeters deep on each pass and figure 8 of I think 400 meters per minute. I’m not sure what to expect. Maybe it wouldn’t work, but I hope it will, so let’s put the material on the table and start moving. I should also mention the beat that I’m going to use just like with the plexiglass, A single suit and Mu. I will put a link in the description to it. That’s how it look like there is just a single flow. Just cut, make sure that the dismounted rock solid. That’s not old forces, right, there are way bigger, so we need 2 screws and forget about double-sided tape. Right now. We have to find the zero point. I already marked this point on the material. I just have to go to this point with the beat, and we should ready to start moving as always. Safety is number one priority, so remember about safety glasses and ear protection? [MUSIC] [Music] this supposed to be just an experiment to see if milling aluminum on a DIY dremel CNC is even possible. A lot of people asked me to make this video. I wanted to make this video. I was a little bit afraid that I will break the machine, but that wouldn’t be a big deal because I can always print anyone. I was expecting a poor cut with low speed and but surface finish. But I was wrong. The surface finish is really good. Those marks at the bottom are visible, but you can barely fill them with a finger. I end up cutting it two times faster than I initially want to, and I could easily go like point Three millimeters. Maybe even point four millimeters deep, and I’ve got this result out of first try, so it’s really not hard bailing aluminum on a 3d printed CNC. I would never thought that something like this is possible, but it is, and you can do it yourself for about $300 that because of building this machine in my next video, I wanted to replace the dremel with 400 watt spindle, but Dremel worked so well with aluminum that I think I will play a little bit more with it, and I will try to make some injection modes in my next video. So make sure to subscribe to don’t miss that. Thank you very much for watching. Keep breaking bye.

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