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Please recieve training on it before using it.
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With the retro fit the instructions will change
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It is currently out of the shop for a retrofit.  the controller is being replaced to allow it to run from Mach 3.
 
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Is it functional?
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    Yes, but with the built-in controller it is a difficult and time consuming process to cut anything.
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    It is planned that by the end of summer the change will be complete and the lathe will be back in the space.
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[[Category:CNC Shop]]
 
[[Category:CNC Shop]]

Revision as of 11:24, 20 March 2013


Rhino ST6 CNC Lathe

This small CNC Lathe located in the CNC Area.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: Brian W
  • Location: in the CNC Area.
  • What it looks like:

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Rhino ST6 CNC Lathe
  • Part Number:

Documentation

not specified

Rules

Please recieve training on it before using it.

Instructions

With the retro fit the instructions will change

Other References

not specified

Maintenance

The lead screw need oil before each use.

Things that Need to be Done

It is currently out of the shop for a retrofit. the controller is being replaced to allow it to run from Mach 3.

FAQs

Is it functional?

   Yes, but with the built-in controller it is a difficult and time consuming process to cut anything.

How long is the expected retro fit to take?

   It is planned that by the end of summer the change will be complete and the lathe will be back in the space.