I use a polishing mop on one end of the Titan....if you lean heavy on it you'll probably bog it down
I've got a Titan....off to the docs
But seriously, no problem with it for light garage use...toolrests are the worst bit...and forget the LED light
Can't see them lasting long in a hot oil environment.
I use one at work.... that's a galvo fibre it will cut foil but is designed for engraving not cutting.
This looks hopeful 1.6mm wall thickness:...
Not found any bargains on St/St tube...looks to be about £10/m. I might have a look at heavy duty wardrobe rail...probably only 1mm wall thickness...
Think I'll see what stainless is available... meanwhile quite good progress with the printing, only really corner bits and toolmount left...
@chrisg3103 what's the finish on the Screwfix conduit like? I'm weighing up whether to go for that or stainless.
When I bought my Oxford 200 (min standard 20A), I asked whether they could fit a min 15A transformer, like the Portamig...they said no problem but...
My timber (so quite good a insulator) log cabin double garage (concrete floor) is approx 90cubic metres.
The 8KW (that's probably 8 Chinese KW!)...
I bought my 3D printer as a kit a few years ago.... it's actually served me very well, and no reason for others not go this route. The only thing...
Should have said, I agree with @Wozzaaah , looks like you're skating across the surface, do you have good view/steady hand?!
Check the wire isn't rusty, if so change it and the liner.
Clean your metal...both where welding and where the earth connects.
You'll need to be...
Oh dear, what was the first time like? :clapping:
What machine is it, gasless or gas, what gas?
Unsure on thickness....give us a rough idea
Someone's done their homework on scrap value:doh:
Nice to see that slack on the earth connection
Be interesting to see how that mod works out - did you make any progress on EMI shielding?
Meanwhile I've got a way to go on the printing...
Most contracts only last a year, after that you're free to leave and they're free to pump up the price.... that's business. In reality, they...
Technically it's a patch and looks like it should be seam welded to comply with MOT repairs?
No heated bed?
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