I learned a nice thing about Arduino CNC shield today. I have a project coming up where I need 3 axes. On each axis, there will be 2 motors (cloned, running in sync). That means I need a total of 6 motors and drives, but CNC shield only supports 4 drives (axes). So I needed
This is online parametric G-code generator which produces G-code for cutting out NEMA 17 motor mounting plate. Not sure how to call this kind of flat mounting plate. Resulting G-code should run well on grbl machines (tested as the photos show). Actually, it supports more than NEMA 17 motor size. You can select other popular sizes too. Like
We bought a brand new KitchenAid Artisan Mini stand mixer ( ). It came with 3 standard attachments (dough hook, whisk, beater) and we needed a place to keep them. Having such a lovely machine calls for a nice display of it and it’s attachments. So instead of throwing them into a drawer (which is already overcrowded).
This is simple online g-code generator which produces code for simple CNC hold-down clamp based on input parameters. I made this generator for learning purposes at moment, but I already have ideas to create some others also based on this code. Resulting G-Code should run well on grbl machines (tested). This is a simple CNC hold-down clamp
We have too many cutting boards in our kitchen and there was always a hassle to keep them somewhere. Leaning against the wall when drying or stacking them on household appliances. We needed a way to organize them. Quite long time ago I promised to build simple cutting boards rack/holder for our household/kitchen. As the old saying goes-