Steel Frame Fabrication - DIY CNC Plasma Table - Ep. 1

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Donn DIY

4 місяці tagasi

Latest video: eepost.info/my/video/o2-LdnVnopKFuos.html
Building a CNC plasma table from scratch with a friend from Blackloop CNC. I'm doing the easy part of steel work, fabrication and welding. He's the specialist who builds CNC tables, routers and 3D printers too, on his spare time currently still as a hobby. This is the first episode in a series of upcoming episodes about this plasma table. I still need to add water pan with sheet holding ribs in it, install the electrical box somewhere, make some usable surface underneath the plasma table etc. And finally build an addition to my workshop only to separate the plasma table from the grinding dust in the workshop. I hope you enjoy and thanks for watching!
Blackloop CNC: eepost.info/label/TMA892d_1n3HtFvsDYgBBw
Check out my other videos on my channel page: eepost.info
#donndiy #homemade #cnc
Soundtrack:
Pomade - Silent Partner (EEpost Audio Library)
Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia:
Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder
Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet
Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter

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Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Check out my other videos on my channel page: eepost.info Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia: Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter
Randy Travis
Randy Travis 4 місяці tagasi
looks like it will be a good unit for you ,, i have been looking to get a table 4 ft x 8 ft the size of metal sheets i get ,, cost more then some cars to buy a plasma table ,, i will get one with out the water table .. i don't heat my garage all the time it would be a ice rink in the winter and where do you dump the nasty water and metal slag ? just rather deal with the slag ,,, keep up the great work you do ,, some time you could build a sand blasting cabnet , they are never big enough ,,put holes threw the sides so you can do pipes and sq tubes cover holes when not in use .. great show you do ..
NTG Innovations
NTG Innovations 11 tundi tagasi
geiler Helm!!
cort wilcox
cort wilcox 17 tundi tagasi
man.... the sanding on that rusted tubing made me cringe... hours spend doing that for two big custom desks. worth it but damm.
Reghardt Swanepoel
Reghardt Swanepoel 10 päeva tagasi
Couldn't have been easy or quick adding all of those English subtitles. So from myself and the English community - Thanks!
Víctor_awake
Víctor_awake 13 päeva tagasi
You can put the page where to buy the material without disturbing a lot. Good video
Gabriel & Leni
Gabriel & Leni 16 päeva tagasi
Please give us an update on this! I would be very interested in building one on my own... Is it already up and running?
Gabriel & Leni
Gabriel & Leni 15 päeva tagasi
@Donn DIY that sounds good! Good things take time... All the best 🙋🏻‍♂️
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 15 päeva tagasi
It is in testing phase at the moment. Just finished work on it today. Updates will come. 😉
Otak Atek Matok
Otak Atek Matok 16 päeva tagasi
Mantap mamper di cancel saya otak Atek Matok Mobel motor lestrek ngecas sendiri tanpa harus ngecas di rumah
Muhammad Saqib
Muhammad Saqib 19 päeva tagasi
This tutorial really helped me in my project. where can i find 7 feet long lead screw?
Josh Beatty
Josh Beatty 19 päeva tagasi
Awesome work man! Came for the metal work and ended up watching you build the band saw mill, then mill the timber and build the workshop 😂 I couldn't stop! Excellent editing and quality video as well!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 18 päeva tagasi
Thank you so much. 😉
driver pabu
driver pabu 28 päeva tagasi
how the diameter for the lead screw ?
nonconformist
nonconformist Місяць tagasi
Very solid build, well done But its way to slow for plasma cutting on thin sheets where you need to go as fast as 370in/min
Abe Temitope
Abe Temitope Місяць tagasi
Good work bro, I like your approach completely, well done. Can you please list all the parts for this CNC plasma for metal cutting, I like to build one for my workshop, kindly send it to my email temtopabe@gmail, Thank you God bless you abundantly.
JCR OUTDOORS
JCR OUTDOORS Місяць tagasi
Where can I purchase those y axis gantry plates and the y axis rail plate you used for mounting to steel frame
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Місяць tagasi
They're homemade.
Michael Rogers
Michael Rogers Місяць tagasi
Great videos! So, do you have any blueprints of your table? Looks like it’ll be a good one. Looking forward to the next one.
sa15 sa
sa15 sa Місяць tagasi
Good luck good
אברהם קודרי
אברהם קודרי Місяць tagasi
אם אפשר לדעת מה זה החומר הלבן שאתה שם על הברזל בחיתוך ובקידוח?
Ivan Cruz Luque
Ivan Cruz Luque Місяць tagasi
Pongale grasa blanca
Marshal Awa
Marshal Awa 2 місяці tagasi
Please can someone buy from you
Thomas D Harrell
Thomas D Harrell 2 місяці tagasi
I want one
Андрей Паршуткин
Андрей Паршуткин 2 місяці tagasi
I liked your cutting machine very much. What is the rotational speed of the wheel, what diameter and what grade of alloy are you using? thank P.S. модель токарного 1к62?!
CNCPRINT
CNCPRINT 2 місяці tagasi
The Spindle is too Long and too thin. 😔
Michael D
Michael D 3 місяці tagasi
I like the drawing on the guard of your saw, If I had one I would put those plastic eyes on one side and make it pac man paint it yellow
Artnovetor
Artnovetor 3 місяці tagasi
Muito bom seu trabalho parabéns 👏👏👏
Levisgil47
Levisgil47 3 місяці tagasi
Are they 8mm lead screws in Y axis ? Thanks for the video.
Siberia 66
Siberia 66 3 місяці tagasi
The bottom two bearings are extra.
chuck steward
chuck steward 3 місяці tagasi
Well this is getting tiring to watch, so its time to watch something better, the next youtube program. bye and on my way out I helped your dislike column grow a little.
Iván Stepaniuk
Iván Stepaniuk 3 місяці tagasi
Nice lathe... maybe a restoration video one day!?
M Lab
M Lab 3 місяці tagasi
I didn't see you align linear guide and paralel 2 axis. how it done?
Major_Thomas yes
Major_Thomas yes 3 місяці tagasi
Very good video. maybe you have a list of the parts where you bought them or which costs you incurred?
Hossein hosseini
Hossein hosseini 3 місяці tagasi
What is the name of CNC controller software?
unogazzy84
unogazzy84 4 місяці tagasi
Awesome build. That has to be the funniest/coolest saw guard I have ever seen. It really loves metal. So much in fact that it even drools when you serve it. Hahahaha
Fostor
Fostor 4 місяці tagasi
тонкие валы ШВП
Pankaj Vig
Pankaj Vig 4 місяці tagasi
Why did you make holes in the gussets?
Scrapy 5672
Scrapy 5672 4 місяці tagasi
After the tank/mud buggy he built with no Plasma Table.. Cant Wait to see what's next.. Sky's the limit..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Plasma table will speed up the process of making projects. I don't have to spend time on making small brackets and such. Cuts fabrication time in half probably.
Gazza-in-the-usa
Gazza-in-the-usa 4 місяці tagasi
Love the chop saw!! 😂😂
Ziyad S
Ziyad S 4 місяці tagasi
You are saying that probably the aluminum extrusions are warped. But it could be your steel frame. The most important part is to have flat top surface of your steel frame. I don't see where you did that. You assumed your steel was flat and not warped.
Eric Inspiration
Eric Inspiration 4 місяці tagasi
What is the name brand of the metal cutting chop saw you are using in this video? I need one of those!
Allupinyaful
Allupinyaful 4 місяці tagasi
Hey Donn, do yourself a favor and get some "transfer punch" 's, save you a lot of time and discrepancy in.....well.....transferring hole locations from one piece to the next. Great vids and good luck!!!!
박클루
박클루 4 місяці tagasi
3:24 Try using a magnet.
Chris Locke
Chris Locke 4 місяці tagasi
Homemade with store bought assemblies... NOT!
杨飞
杨飞 4 місяці tagasi
There's so much rubbish
PNW RC
PNW RC 4 місяці tagasi
I'll be anxiously following this project!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Thanks!
Ahmed Almfarji
Ahmed Almfarji 4 місяці tagasi
sorry, what language they talk? Norway or Sweden?
Ahmed Almfarji
Ahmed Almfarji 4 місяці tagasi
Donn DIY //e-estonia 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Estonian.
I Like Turtles
I Like Turtles 4 місяці tagasi
Man what is your favorite color
I Like Turtles
I Like Turtles 4 місяці tagasi
Donn DIY I thought it was orange
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Blue. 😀
petetheprettygooddog
petetheprettygooddog 4 місяці tagasi
Oh to be able to work on the floor again. Knees shot.
Eddy Nordlander
Eddy Nordlander 4 місяці tagasi
What do you do for a living? Engineering? Farmer? You seem to be very handy.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
I'm a moto enthusiast and dabble in engineering, welding and fabrication. Currently my day job is being a youtuber though. 😉
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê?
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê? 4 місяці tagasi
Thanks my friend!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Thanks for watching!
Klab
Klab 4 місяці tagasi
The qweak is from the extreme hang in the leadscrew. It is very hard to keep that leadscrew straight which you have to you can't just keep it like that. That's why commercial machines usually go with a belt or some pinion drive system dealing with very long distances.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Nope, it was from the lead screw blocks - these were too tight. We loosened them and the squeeking sound went away.
Max Mustermann
Max Mustermann 4 місяці tagasi
Where did you bye the C-Frame?
Shumail Riaz
Shumail Riaz 4 місяці tagasi
great work! too good! although a rack & pinion or belt & pulley would have been cheaper and faster travel as well. anyway keep it up
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Depends... Rack and pinion was more expensive for us. But we'll see.
Mtaalas
Mtaalas 4 місяці tagasi
Electronics Engineer here: I'd make absolutely sure, and I'd spend most of my time on, ensuring that the EMI produced by the plasma torch will not cause errors in signals going to motors or to the control electronics. Well shielded and twisted pair balanced signal cables and proper grounding schemes, well shielded enclosures for electronics and all that jazz... You don' want that thing to goof up because of the interference :D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Yes, that's what we're gonna do.
Kirk Nelson
Kirk Nelson 4 місяці tagasi
oh that squeaking would drive me nuts
John Noor
John Noor 4 місяці tagasi
Ehat type of motors are you using? Dose the high torque mattress???
Mark paulene
Mark paulene 4 місяці tagasi
Donn what happened to the plane? Oh I get it this is to make the parts for the plane, good thinking, I like it when a plan comes together, that’s my ringtone on me mobile I know sad, never mind you keep up the good work, my only complaint would be can we have a bit longer videos maybe? Thanks MarkUK
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Thanks for watching! 😉
HomemadeTools.net Website
HomemadeTools.net Website 4 місяці tagasi
Looking good as usual. Will watch for the rest in the series. We posted this first video in our homemade tools forum yesterday :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Thanks mate!
BarnStangz
BarnStangz 4 місяці tagasi
This is a super cool project! I just got a nice plasma cutter and now I too am thinking about getting a CNC table for it! I like your metal saw, you need to add Googly eyes to the face of it!!!
BarnStangz
BarnStangz 4 місяці tagasi
@Donn DIY I can only imagine the super cool stuff you are going to make! I can't wait!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
I'm really excited about getting this thing working and cutting parts for future projects already. 😀
Weld Chip
Weld Chip 4 місяці tagasi
Good work, cant beat a bit of cnc. it might be better to go with heavy lead ball screws if you can afford it or maybe belt drive as it will significantly improve your speed.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
If the lead screw setup doesn't work we can always upgrade to beltdrive.
HmsSulaco
HmsSulaco 4 місяці tagasi
Awesome you got a Fronius welder = nice.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Fronius is great! 💪
Planetary Gear
Planetary Gear 4 місяці tagasi
Suvel õues värvimise miinus - kuradi kärbsed, raisk! :D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
😝
zmai
zmai 4 місяці tagasi
a warped sense of humour...
Sergey Tokovoy
Sergey Tokovoy 4 місяці tagasi
Координатный стол для плазмореза? Просто я по Эстонски вообще не разумею, по Аглицки тем более))
Евгений Пикулев
Евгений Пикулев 4 місяці tagasi
Ага, ЧПУ плазморез строит
John Krakatoa
John Krakatoa 4 місяці tagasi
man, you knock it out of the park with each DIY you do :O
Ott Soon
Ott Soon 4 місяці tagasi
mössi vahele ja pac-mani saag :D väga äge.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
💪😝😁🤘
puncher davis
puncher davis 4 місяці tagasi
Because the estonian language shall be conquered by english MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA
ModySaber Tech مودي صابر تك
ModySaber Tech مودي صابر تك 4 місяці tagasi
Good luck .. waiting for the second part
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Cheers man!
Vigurpuit
Vigurpuit 4 місяці tagasi
Trapetskeermelatt on halb idee. Pane hammaslatt.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Noo, vaatame ja proovime ära ikka enne.
ROGUE WELDER
ROGUE WELDER 4 місяці tagasi
nice work pal.designing my own as we speak. nice job on the fabricating/welding
nowhere elysium
nowhere elysium 4 місяці tagasi
Really liking the build, but there's one significant issue that I can see. There is a huge amount of whipping on those drive screws - a thicker screw or racka dn pinion system would eliminate the squeaking. I reckon you'll be going through a huge amount of silicone lube and not eliminating the problem until you revisit that.
Denis Sermukhamedov
Denis Sermukhamedov 4 місяці tagasi
Hello! Great video! Which cnc board and software do you use?
Mostly OUTDOORS
Mostly OUTDOORS 4 місяці tagasi
Ah, that signature orange paint 👍🏼👍🏼 Anyone who has been here awhile would agree it’s “pretty gooooood”
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
🤘💪😁
Brian Neeley
Brian Neeley 4 місяці tagasi
The face on the saw is pure awesome. I hope you will come up with some method of protecting the motors. I think I would have made the frame so the motors outside edge would be even with the surface of the cart (or I would more likely have realized that only AFTER I got everything put together). It may not be an issue, but I wouldn't want to get something hung on one of the motors because it sticks out. I expect this will become a HUGE asset in the shop once it's all built. I have thought about making a CNC table before. It could be used for routing wood, as a base for a 3D printer plasma cutting, and perhaps even light milling. Just swap out the head unit, and you have another machine. I am really excited to see how this progresses.
Westie 4AGE Turbo.
Westie 4AGE Turbo. 4 місяці tagasi
One day Don will shock us and paint something blue!
John Smith
John Smith 4 місяці tagasi
Try teflon spray lubricant, it dries and keeps junk from sticking to it. Hope travel speed isn't an issue for you on thinner material. Nice build.
Francisco Lopez Jimenez
Francisco Lopez Jimenez 4 місяці tagasi
God job.
Paavo Kaleva
Paavo Kaleva 4 місяці tagasi
Oll paigaldabki neid või see Ta hobi?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Hetkel hobikorras. Tulevikus loodetavasti igapäevatööna.
qualifier one
qualifier one 4 місяці tagasi
Hei kas sõber ehitab Eestis CNC masinaid?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Tal on youtube kanal @Blackloop CNC
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Kui silmi lahti hoiad, siis Eesti turul liigub komplektseid puidu CNC freese vahepeal küll.
qualifier one
qualifier one 4 місяці tagasi
Donn DIY väga hea. Kas tal on kodukas v midagi? Ma tahtsin kunagi ühe ettevõttega koostööd teha, et ühed puidust esemed turule tuua. Viisin neile idee, saime paar korda kokku ja nii see jäi. Rohkem mu kirjadele, kõnedele ei vastatud, tea kas hakkaksid ise tootma. Ehk on aeg mul endal proovida ja oma asja ajada?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Jep.
Dark Winter
Dark Winter 4 місяці tagasi
Nice project, but please - wear a respirator when painting! (welding too... that smoke is nasty) 🙂
Roland Knoll
Roland Knoll 4 місяці tagasi
got to love the donny god zilla saw awsome
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
🤘
Максим Кузнецов
Максим Кузнецов 4 місяці tagasi
Plasma needs a belt, not a lead screw. Too slow This is a milling machine As an option, you will have to put the gear
rotch s-garage
rotch s-garage 4 місяці tagasi
Get yourself some @firebaltools squares mate !
Brenton Paterson
Brenton Paterson 4 місяці tagasi
You Da Man!! Great skill.
Larry C
Larry C 4 місяці tagasi
Damn! What is that saw?
Sebastian Nurkowski
Sebastian Nurkowski 4 місяці tagasi
replace spring clutch to proper jaw coupling and it will have better accuracy :)
Thom Wescott
Thom Wescott 4 місяці tagasi
First off, great video and I love your shop. Second, my first guess on the squealing lead screw would be a drive controller setting.
MrMiffy08
MrMiffy08 3 місяці tagasi
NoPe. Thats immanent with a trapezoidal spindle that length and dimension. Ist swinging up and distords speed. they should better use pulleys and toothed belts. More speed, less backlash, or use gear racks. Much cheaper and safer. they will experience step losses...
io hatiko
io hatiko 4 місяці tagasi
1) double linear guides - why? one was enough. 2) and at the same time the worm drive is stupid and slow. 3) why did not I use a gear rack?
TrashPanda
TrashPanda 4 місяці tagasi
Hi where did you buy those rails from?
TrashPanda
TrashPanda 4 місяці tagasi
@Donn DIY where link please
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Ordered from China.
Matt Fields
Matt Fields 4 місяці tagasi
Ever think about upgrading the steel storage? I see you removing fairly heavy rust in every metal working video.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Yes and yes.
Bobby Tectalabyss
Bobby Tectalabyss 4 місяці tagasi
Looks to be another Outstanding build Donn. Liked,shared and looking forward to more. All my best.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Thank you very much! 🖖
Joseph D'Angelo
Joseph D'Angelo 4 місяці tagasi
I knew that's what it was nice job
Tiit Joesalu
Tiit Joesalu 4 місяці tagasi
Jälle midagi vägevat sündimas mida jälgida. Ainult EDU ja jaksu. Aga kui pole saladus mis hinna suurus järku jääb selline CNC kompott? mõtlen siis telgi ja muud nodi nende juhtimiseks.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Hetkel on 1,5K kandis materjali hind.
Fan Lou
Fan Lou 4 місяці tagasi
Did you use triflow to lubrificate the lead screw?
Tabris
Tabris 4 місяці tagasi
That table it sits on desperately needs crossbar support, cool project.
Erik
Erik 4 місяці tagasi
Did you try to run it while cutting? I built a table but never got the electrical noise sorted. It reset my Raspberry Pi completely so I switched to a PC but then the controllers were going nuts, stepping everywhere.. but with a more expensive plasma like an Esab or Hypertherm it's probably a lot easier.
S&K Agrarvideos
S&K Agrarvideos 4 місяці tagasi
are you from Finland?
S&K Agrarvideos
S&K Agrarvideos 4 місяці tagasi
@Donn DIY ah, cool👍 Best whishes from Germany
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
From Estonia.
redewaan josias
redewaan josias 4 місяці tagasi
What kit is this?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Not a kit, it was constructed by Blackloop CNC.
Tim 002
Tim 002 4 місяці tagasi
Võimas! Selline "tööriist" oligi sul veel puudu,mis nüüd kõik on võimalik selles pingis valmis lõigata.Kas olemasolev Hypertherm läheb sinna peale? Mul sõber valmistas ka endale taolise pingi,ta mässas sellega ikka tükk aega(just isekirjutatud juhtprogrammiga) aga sai ilusti tööle selle. Jään huviga uusi episoode ootama.Jõudud tööle!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Jap, plaanis Hypertherm sellele külge pookida. Tarkvara pool on veel lahtine, tuleb katsetada.
rrhouse1
rrhouse1 4 місяці tagasi
Palju sellised relsid maksavad? Jõudu toimetamisel! Ilusad asjad tulevad teil!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
Ma pean arve pealt vaatama.
Jonathan O
Jonathan O 4 місяці tagasi
You really need to bulk buy googly eyes. Best decision I ever made.
Thomas lec
Thomas lec 4 місяці tagasi
vidéo génial dommage qu'il n'y à pas de détail sur la partie rail et mécanique vivement l'épisode 2
Jim Marriott
Jim Marriott 4 місяці tagasi
It's remarkable how industrial automation has become an at home type of carefully follow the instructions reality. You're very fortunate you don't have to use encoders because most of them are a pain in the never ending calibration or Temposonic probes because although they offer absolute position data they are a pain in the bank account. Building a home use CNC in the 90's using a PLC 5, Parker hydraulic valves, INOVEC and Newness OEM cards with Windows NT, Visual Basic and Autocad was a lot of fun but would have been crazy expensive if not for used parts and plenty of good friends. Now the hardware bits and pieces are mass produced with Stepper Motors doing two jobs for you. I was hoping you would get yourself into a CNC. There's an incredible amount of development leading up to what's available now nearly completely sorted and packaged for peanuts. Take any part you're using and follow it's design back in time.... like Richard Hammond has been giving a shot at and you might gain some knowledge that's valuable for future projects. Have fun.
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