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Posted 12/28/2017 5:55:59 PM
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Thinking about building a cnc foam router using one of these.

Rigidity in thought has taught us to visualize and believe that a CNC
plasma cutting and wood/form router system looks like a table with two
rails that a boom rides on to create X and Y axis.

This company clearly was thinking outside the box when they created a
CNC system with an effective cutting range of 5.2 X 9.8 feet that
sells for 2,458.00. Looks like one would only have to add a deep Z and
build a wood framed table to have an excellent foam cutting table.
Will be researching this possibility further.

Portable CNC Cutting Machine with THC and Supporting Oxyfuel and Plasma Cutting
Portable CNC Cutting Machine
Amazon Price: $2,458.00 & FREE Shipping Effective Cutting Range: 5.2
x 9.8 feet

Effective Cutting Range: 1600x3000M(5.2x9.8ft).

Effective rail width(X axis): 2.2 m (7.2 ft) .

Effective rail length(Y axis): 3.5 m(11.5 ft) matching.

Flame(Oxyfuel) Cutting Thickness: 5-150MM, Max. 200MM.

Supporting Cutting: Flame(Oxyfuel) and Plasma(Plasma Arc Cutting Equipment).

Flame(Oxyfuel) Cutting Gas: LPG/Coal gas, Propane, Acetylene.

Plasma Cutting Thickness: 80amps(1-8mm Piercing Cutting),
100amps(1-12mm/15mm Piercing Cutting).

THC including - Automatic Plasma Torch Height Control.

Flame torch assembly being including.

StarCAM nesting software with Softdog being including.

other necessary accessories.
Note: Does not including Plasma Equipment and Plasma Straight machine torch


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Posted 1/7/2018 7:15:35 PM
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Currently using this method to do a set of full size Tumbler templates for my Tumbler build.

Converting the pictorial blueprint (scale model) into full size templates with step up grid square method.
Steps
Make scale model size drawings on appropriate grid size paper
Example: 1:6 scale tumbler model grid square paper would measure 1-1/4" squares.
Next step: Use 1/4" plywood and draw 7-1/2" grid squares on plywood to scale up to 1:1.
Multiple all the information in each 1-1/4" times six and record this information into each relevant 7-1/2" square. This method will give you full size templates.
Cut the templates out with a sabre saw and they are ready to use. vertigo


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Posted 1/8/2018 12:12:22 AM


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Where did you get the pictures of the panels from
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Posted 1/8/2018 11:38:14 AM
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"Where did you get the pictures of the panels from?"

They were made by tracing the 1:6 scale Hot Toy's Tumbler model panels.
These were then cut out with a razor knife.
Then these were blacked with a Sharpie black marker.
These were then glued to 1-1/4" hand drawn grid paper.
Then these were used to transfer the images to 7-1/2" grid squared 1/4" plywood sheets.
And that my friend is how you do it 'old school". vertigo
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Posted 1/8/2018 11:43:53 AM
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Bopenstein
"Where did you get the pictures of the panels from?"

They were made by tracing the 1:6 scale Hot Toy's Tumbler model panels.
These were then cut out with a razor knife.
Then these were blacked with a Sharpie black marker.
These were then glued to 1-1/4" hand drawn grid paper.
Then these were used to transfer the images to 7-1/2" grid squared 1/4" plywood sheets.
And that my friend is how you do it 'old school". vertigo
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Posted 1/8/2018 3:29:16 PM


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I was thinking about pulling my 1:6 tumbler apart to get the spot on measurements and just buy another one for my display.
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Posted 1/8/2018 5:49:16 PM
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That is exactly what I did. Impossible to get accurate measurements without taking one apart.
Very nice to have one in pieces and another one whole.
Makes it easy to do templates, etc. and the complete one keeps all the relational aspects in focus. vertigo
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Posted 1/8/2018 5:51:53 PM
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Also, the Hot Toy's 1:6 Tumbler is put together with screws, so if you take it apart carefully it will all go back together after you are finished with it. vertigo
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Posted 1/9/2018 2:23:27 AM


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Yep that’s true I’m really thinking about starting mine over again I think it will be a lot less hassle in the end when I comes to transferring them to steal panels. I’ve got gaps and overlapping panels everywhere maybe I’ll keep this one and make it a garden ornament haha.
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Posted 1/12/2018 7:02:02 PM
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Here are a couple of photo-images of a few sample finished full-size templates. vertigo


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