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DIY 3 axis micro CNC mill drawn in solidworks – YouTube

First step to building a working cnc mill is to have an accurate representation in a CAD/CAM software. The progress/plans can be viewed at http://www …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TJOd0G9BRs

Stepper Motor New Nema17 DIY CNC Router Mill Robot RepRap Makerbot …

Stepper motor NEW Nema17 – DIY CNC Router Mill Robot Reprap Makerbot Arduino in Business & Industrial, Electrical & Test Equipment, Industrial Automation, Control | eBay

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CNC Information – CNC Information | Learn CNC | CNC Programming G-Code

CNC Information is a community website that explores all aspects of CNC. There are CNC Profiles, CNC Videos, CNC Forums, CNC Photos, G-Code Guides, CNC Programming …

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Stepper Motor New Nema17 DIY CNC Router Mill Robot RepRap Makerbot …

Stepper motor NEW Nema17 – DIY CNC Router Mill Robot Reprap Makerbot Arduino in Business & Industrial, Electrical & Test Equipment, Industrial Automation, Control | eBay

Original Source: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Stepper-motor-NEW-Nema17-DIY-CNC-Router-Mill-Robot-Reprap-Makerbot-Arduino-/320842713273

DIY 3 axis micro CNC mill drawn in solidworks – YouTube

First step to building a working cnc mill is to have an accurate representation in a CAD/CAM software. The progress/plans can be viewed at http://www …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TJOd0G9BRs


Homemade DIY CNC Mill Upgrade Part 32 – Dust Hood Version ? Part 1 – Neo7CNC.com

http://www.neo7cnc.com The cutting footage in the video is at 5x speed. I wish my CNC would cut that fast. I'm cutting 1/2 inch particle board at 52 ipm with…


Q&A:

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…

Austin asked where can i buy a 9mm sword cutlass?

ok so im a gun collector and im looking for an 9mm sword cutlass can anyone tell me where to buy it it has to be real though not an airsoft gun

And got the following answer:

you’re out of luck… I love Black Lagoon but i’m not exactly wanting a Sword Cutlass handgun. I did pick up a tokarev though. actually it’s a yugo m57, but close enough you probably can’t tell.

if you really want it you won’t rely on others to do it for you, you’ll make it yourself!
you just need the willpower to DIY and obtain the knowledge skills you need to make it happen. And a CNC, lathe, mill, drill press, welder, grinders, finisher, polisher, buffer.
you’ll buy a normal beretta 92 to use as a model.
you’ll know all this later but here’s just a basic outline…
you’ll start with a block of chrome moly steel or stainless for the frame and another block for the slide.
you’ll contact a barrel maker to make you a stainless 9mm barrel blank
you’ll buy a 9mm chamber reamer and various stainless or “in the white” beretta 92 parts.

you will machine the frame the same as the 92.
you will machine the slide based on the 92 but with the black lagoon design and length.
you will mount the 9mm barrel blank in your lathe, turn it down to the size you want, ream the chamber and crown the muzzle.
you will machine the attachment to the barrel so it can be added to the barrel, welded and fit the gun.
you will assemble your gun using the 92 parts you bought.
after fitting each component and testing it’s operation by manual cycling, you disassemble it and send the components over to a hard chrome plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
after the parts comeback you polish and buff the parts into a brilliant shine.

now for the grips.
you can order them custom made from a model maker or machine them yourself… you can use wood or plastic. I’d use wood and then paint it to appear like ivory. machine the wood, color, seal, apply the skull/crossbones inlays and seal again, install on gun.

and that’s about it…