I finished setting up my Woodworker today minus a few finishing touches with the wiring, some fine tuning/alignment with the vertical spoil board, and eventually the JTech Laser install. I’m pretty stoked to finally have a CNC after getting introduced to the CNC world by a friend about two years ago.
The table is setup for a 32"X by 28"Y horizontal cutting area and a 4"Y vertical cutting area with a 28" by 28" vertical spoil board. The vertical table will mainly be used for joinery (or at least that’s the idea). The spindle/VFD is the Huanyang 220v 2.2kw water cooled setup with a 110v Danner mag drive water pump. The dust collector is the plywood enclosure to the left of the machine. It’s a 1hp Harbor Freight DC that’s sucking chips through a 4" Dust Deputy. The air runs through the separator, through the DC 3 micron bag (in the enclosure), runs by the motor for cooling, then down through some baffles and out the bottom of the enclosure. The DC enclosure and the spindle make for a very quiet setup. Drag chains are from Amazon and brackets from Route 1. They sure make for a clean setup vs having wires and hoses running everywhere.
All in all, very happy with the Onefinity so far. I’ve had VCarve Pro for a while now so I’ve gotten fairly proficient at the designing aspect. I’m looking forward to being able to learn the actual CAM processes now. I definitely would have had a much harder time getting this thing up and running if it weren’t for this (and other forums). What an amazing resource!